There's nothing quite like broadcasting at the Kentucky State Fair. Fun people, great food, sweet farm animals, and constant noise. Plus, you get to meet namesakes who sell knives and stun guns...always good to have on standby! Our broadcast teams are terrific. We love getting out of the usual studio environment and interacting with listeners. The pandemic limits up close conversations but a friendly wave is better than nothing. Conversations with some vendors are downright hilarious. Meet Dave Taylor from Sivori foods. Listen to "A taste of the Kentucky State Fair" on Spreaker. Fully vaccinated peeps like Miss America Heather French Henry are always welcome for up close and personal interaction! Our crew is not shy about wolfing down Kentucky Pork Producers pork chop
At this year's Kentucky State Fair, an LGBTQ supporter spoke with a dairy farmer attending the Kentucky Farm Bureau's championship ham breakfast. Seems benign. KFB's anti-gay marriage stance is out of step with the law, but this quirky exchange (at 3:25 on the video) quickly swerved to the price of haircuts. Alrighty then. $600,000 was raised for charity in the ham auction. No heathen haircuts were administered. Our work is done! We are only left to assume that the dairy farmer was referring to his own haircut and not the price of grooming a cow.