Today at 3:30 pm meet Buxton, a delightful one-year-old Labrador Retriever/Beagle mix. Buxton loves to go for walks and stays close by when off the leash in the Kentucky Humane Society’s fenced-in play yard. Buxton loves to run around, but he always keeps an eye on you because he wants to play with you. He loves people and getting back scratches and attention. He is great with children of all ages and also adores playing with other dogs. Buxton will require a lot of love and attention because he’s still in his teen years and is full of energy. He would make a great addition to an active family. He has been neutered, micro-chipped and is up-to-date on his vaccinations. Visit Buxton at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive, or call 366-3355. View all adoptable dogs and cats at www.kyhumane.org.
Nashville duo Escondido features songwriters Jessica Maros and Tyler James, who have found perfect harmony in their special brand of “desert rock”. Their first album together, The Ghost of Escondido, features upbeat pop songs mixed with a Southwestern sensibility. Playing their first gig in Louisville, they stopped by our studio and performed two songs for us.
Today at 3:30 pm meet Cindy, a petite, one-year-old tabby cat who came to the Kentucky Humane Society with her five nursing kittens from another shelter. The family was placed in a foster home until the kittens were old enough to be weaned. The kittens no longer need their mom, so Cindy is available for adoption. Cindy is an affectionate, friendly little girl who loves attention. We think after all that time with babies, she enjoys being the center of attention! Cindy does well with other cats and is currently living in a Cat Colony room where she enjoys watching the birds, interacting with the other cats and being petted by visitors. But as happy as Cindy is, she would love to have a home of her own, with her own human to shower her with the attention and love she deserves. Cindy is spayed, micro-chipped and up-to-date on vaccinations. Meet her at the Kentucky Humane Society’s Main Campus, 241 Steedly Drive, or call 502-366-3355. View all adoptable pets at www.kyhumane.org.
Cindy is dressed up for Halloween in her photo, as she’s getting ready for our Howl-o-ween adoption special, which runs this Thursday-Sunday at all KHS locations as well as Louisville Metro Animal Services. Folks can learn more about the adoption special at our website. www.kyhumane.org. Adoption specials help us save more lives by motivating people to adopt – allowing us to take more local animals in need.
Kelly Richey ripped through a roaring set during Live Lunch on Friday, blowing the crowd’s hair back with her amazing guitar work.
Photos courtesy of C. Michael Stewart
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While he was in town with Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes stopped by for a solo Live Lunch performance in front of a packed house.
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Even though Scott Miller is a farmer turned singer turned cattle farmer once again, but he’s still singing. His new album is called Big Big World. We talk about juggling the two careers and the new album.
J. Roddy Walston and the Business are a small band with a huge rock sound. Their new album, Essential Tremors, has an interesting story behind the name. Plus, they performed a couple of songs for us too in this in-studio.