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KENTUCKY LIFE

Artist Thomas Noble, Mt. Sterling, and More!

  • Aired: 10/28/2017
  • 28:04
  • Rating: NR
Nineteenth-century artist Thomas Noble was a Confederate Army veteran whose art is famed for opposing slavery, Doug takes in the sights in Mt. Sterling, it's 'farm-to-vase' for the locally grown flowers at Three Toads Farm in Winchester, and good works and good food go hand-in-hand at Bread of Life Cafe in Liberty.
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Anti-slavery artist Thomas Noble, and spots in Mt. Sterling, Winchester, and Liberty.
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