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2015 Programs


2014 Programs

  • December: Taxi vs Uber: How technology is disrupting traditional services.
  • November: JCPS – How Is It Spending Your Money? Results of the State Audit.
  • October: Third District Congressional Candidates Debate
  • September: Border Crisis: Impact on Louisville
  • August: Control of the Kentucky House; What’s at stake?
  • July: Growing up Transgender.
  • June: Youth Violence Downtown: What’s the Real Story?
  • May: Future of Coal Energy in KY: Where do we stand?
  • April: Jobs in the West End: Does Walmart Fit The Vision?
  • March: Human Trafficking in Kentucky: A reality among us.
  • February – A Behind the Scenes Look at the Presidential Debates
  • January – The Status of Tax Reform in Kentucky


2013 Programs

  • December – Possibility City: Is it Possible Downtown?
  • November – DOMA:  The Future of Gay Rights in Kentucky
  • October – Discussion on the Metro Council’s Removal Hearing
  • September – Concussion in Sports
  • August – Senator Rand Paul July – The Impact of Healthcare Reform in Kentucky
  • June – Is JCPS doing enough to lift “failing” schools?
  • May – Kentucky’s Religious Freedom Act: What Will Be Its Impact?
  • April – Childhood Obesity: What can we do?
  • March – Private Colleges and Universities: Where are they headed?
  • February – Gun Violence, What Should We Do?
  • January – Making Our Schools Safer


2012 Programs

  • December – The 21st Century Library: Not your Father’s Library
  • November – Pension Reform in Kentucky
  • October – Third District Congressional Debate: Brooks Wicker (R) and Congressman John Yarmuth (D)
  • September – Obama vs. Romney: A Preview of the Presidential Election
  • August – What’s Changing at JCPS?
  • July – A conversation with Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad
  • June – Kentucky’s Stand Your Ground Law: Good or Bad?
  • May – Super PACs: Implications on 2012 Elections
  • April – The Best and The Brightest: Local High School Debate Champions on “Targeted Killing as a Foreign Policy Tool”
  • March – Cost vs. Savings: The Impact of HB 463 and Early Release of Offenders
  • February – College Student Athletes: Amateur or Professional?
  • January – Charter Schools: Could They Make a Difference in Louisville?


2011 Programs

  • December – Examining the Proposed Hospital Merger: Pro and Con
  • November – Eli Capilouto, President, University of Kentucky
  • October – Public Money: Ethics & Transparency
  • September – Introducing our new JCPS Superintendent
  • August – Rx for Fighting Meth: Restrictions for Over the Counter Drugs?
  • July – A Conversation with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer
  • June – Metro Council Neighborhood Funds: Keep ’em, Ditch ’em, or Change ’em
  • May – Helping the Arts Survive and Thrive in Today’s Economy.
  • April – Jobs: How Louisville Can Become More Competitive in Creating, Growing and Recruiting New Jobs.
  • March – Ohio River Bridge Project: What’s Next?
  • February – Charting the Course: How to Lead, Move and Improve a Large Urban School District
  • January – Kentucky’s Legislative Outlook


2010 Programs

  • December – Bullying: What is it and what are we doing about it?
  • November – Louisville Metro Mayor Jerry Abramson
  • October – Third District Congressional Candidates Debate: Todd Lally (R) and John Yarmuth (D)
  • September – Louisville Metro Mayoral Candidates Debate
  • August – University of Louisville President Dr. James Ramsey
  • July – Louisville’s Expanding Parks: What do we want them to be?
  • June – Merger: Eight Years Later – What Works? What Doesn’t?
  • May – The Cost of Progress: Arena Logistics and Economic Development
  • April – Face to Face: Democratic Candidates for Louisville Mayor
  • March – Face to Face: Republican Candidates for Louisville Mayor
  • February – The Future of Journalism
  • January – Education by the Numbers: What’s JCPS’ Grade?