By WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing with Vena Jones-Cox
WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing 8-27-08
Highland Heights, KY – It's the last Wednesday of the month, which means it's Question and Answer Week, and Vena is joined this time by fan favorite, Mr. Drew, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on August 27, 2008.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – Will your pets be waiting for you in heaven when you die? University of Louisville Communications professor John Ferre' is studying the question and talked with WNKU's Matt Kelley about what he found out.
"Highland Heights, Ky." – The Hamilton County Public Health Department is investigating what's been bugging residents. Officials say itch mites are the likley culprit behind a rash of reports of unidentified bites. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley talked to spokesman Chris Eddy about whether people should be concerned about the bites.
"Highland Heights, Ky" – Because of its'geography and history, the bluegrass state enjoys the unique position of being considered as part of the north and part of the south. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked with State Historian James C Klotter about Kentuckys' identity crisis.
Highland Heights, KY – This week 89.7 WNKU welcomes cellist Ben Sollee to the Season Finale of Studio 89 where he plays a few songs from his new CD 'Learning To Bend', and talks with Michael Grayson, broadcast on August 25, 2008. Find out more about Ben Sollee at www.bensollee.com.
"Highland Heights, Ky" – The new edition of the Farmers Alamanc is out and the predictions for this winter are harsh. WNKU's Matt Kelley talked to editor Peter Geiger about what's in store for us this year.
"Highland Heights, Ky" – More than twenty students from Japan visited Kentucky for few weeks this summer through a program sponsored by the 4H club. Most of the students live in highly urban areas of Japan and embraced the opportunity to visit horse country. W-N-K-U's Matt Kelley spoke to chaperone Naoko Wada and her American host Cathy Kunkel-Mains about the experience.
Highland Heights, KY – Lynnville, IN native and now Nashville-based musician, Chad Harvey, stops by the studio to talk with John Patrick and play some tunes LIVE off his new CD, 'Get Lit', broadcast on August 22, 2008. Find out more about Chad Harvey at www.chadharvey.com.