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Podcast 18: January 26, 2016

The Spider Election in 1972, and its importance (and good gossip.) The key role the book's author, former mayor and legislator H. Foster Pettit, played in the well-being Lexington-Fayette County experience today. Food and elections. Lexington Farmers Market origins. Accelerating Appalachia seeking applicants. With guests Gregory Pettit, who finished his father's book; Pam Miller, former mayor and first woman elected to political office in Lexington; and Accelerating Appalachia founder Sara Day Evans.

Clockwise from top right: hand-written recipes from Gregory Pettit's collection of family cookbooks, now donated to Holly Hill Inn; WLXL manager Hap Houlihan building more stations capacity; Ouita Michel (left) and Gregory Pettit before the show.  

Clockwise from top right: hand-written recipes from Gregory Pettit's collection of family cookbooks, now donated to Holly Hill Inn; WLXL manager Hap Houlihan building more stations capacity; Ouita Michel (left) and Gregory Pettit before the show.

 

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