Through the power of radio, we’re the podcast about all-things LOCAL in Central Kentucky! It’s everything you need to know about matters that affect the Bluegrass! Discussions include topics ranging from Real Estate, Local Tourism, and THE Events and Issues that matter to YOU! Our format allows us to be in-depth, entertaining and informative.
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Episode 22: Jay Alexander and Alan Stein are joined by Kentucky State’s Assistant Professor of African American History Dr. Erin Gillium to discuss Black History Month.
Episode 21: Minority Business Expo Co-Presidents Sherita Miller and Mike Runyon give us all the details of the Minority Business Expo coming up on August 2.
Episode 20: Gaye Blackburn gives us the 411 on an upcoming event that helps raise money for minorities and financially challenged families going through cardiovascular challenges, surgeries and needed care..
Episode 19: Dr. Chris Christensen and Matt Christensen of Critter Control and Truly Nolen Lexington about the Bugs of Summer and how you can keep them out of your house and yard!
Episode 18: It’s LickthePlateLexington.com! Let’s see what is so good in food in the area it makes you LICK THE PLATE!
Episode 17: This week on Local Matters Co-Hosts Alan Stein and Skip Eliot are joined by 107.9 The Beat’s Jay Alexander and Kentucky State’s Assistant Professor of African American History, Dr. Erin Gillium as we talk about Black History Month.
Episode 16: This week on Local Matters, Alan Stein and Skip Eliot speak with Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton about what’s coming up in her administration.
Episode 15: This week on Local Matters, Stephanie Spires of Fayette County Public Schools talks with Co-Hosts Alan Stein and Skip Eliot about what is in the Plans for Fayette County Schools in 2019
Episode 14: What’s up in Downtown Lexington for the Christmas Season? Find out with Terry Sweene, President of the Downtown Lexington Partnership and Laura Farnsworth.
Episode 13: Lexington Mayoral Candidate Ronnie Bastin is our guest on this Local Matters. He’ll speak with Alan Stein and Skip Eliot about his ideas for the city.
Episode 12: John Bobel with Lexington Emergency Management team discusses how to be ready in case of an emergency with Co-Host Alan Stein & Skip Eliot on This Week’s Local Matters.
Episode 11: This Week on Local Matters: Jessica Berry YMCA VP of Youth Development, Carla Jackson, Edith J. Hayes Youth Services Coordinator, Beth Meyers, Mary Todd Elementary Family Resource Centers, Sabina Massey, Bryan Station High School Family Resourse Director and Jill Blackman, Cassidy Elementary and Morton Middle School Family Resource Center talk with Co-Hosts Alan Stein and Skip Eliot about what the Fayette County Public Schools do for kids in the summer months.
Episode 10: Mary Quinn Ramer from VisitLEX discusses what’s happening in and around Lexington this spring and summer.
Episode 9: Matthew Laurance from ESPN Sports Radio 1300 and Lex. Parks & Recreation’s Curtis Mitchell discuss the Area’s Golf Courses and their upcoming Summer events and schedules.
Episode 8: Sheila Kenny, LuAnne Franklin & David Farrar with Lexington Center about what’s coming up this Spring and Summer @ Rupp Arena, Lexington Center and the Lexington Opera House.
Episode 7: Stephen Hillenmeyer How your home can be the Jewel of the Neighborhood.
Episode 6: Barney Miller talks about Smart Homes
Episode 5: Ryan Hilliard of Berkshire Hathaway deMovellan and how to buy a home!
Episode 4: Commerce Lexington’s Gina Greathouse.
Episode 3: LBAR President John Groft and how Real Estate affects our area.
Episode 2: Kentucky’s 6th District Congressman Andy Barr about Real Estate and its effects on the Bluegrass
Episode 1: Lexington Mayor Jim Gray discusses the Real Estate Market and its effects of Lexington