Here’s a blast from the past: the Morning Edition “Fantasy Thanksgiving Feast.” It’s been forgotten by many, loved by a few, but we’re here to rescue this episode from public radio’s archives. The feature began on Morning Edition in 1993. The concept was simple: create a fantasy dinner, where celebrity chefs bring a dish to… Continue reading From the Archives: The Morning Edition Thanksgiving Fantasy Feast
Louisville’s homeless shelters and other charitable organizations will serve hundreds of free Thanksgiving Day meals. At the St. Vincent de Paul Society Open Hand Kitchen, spokeswoman Linda Romine says a traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served from noon-1:00pm. It’s open to the public. “We try to keep in mind that for the most part, the… Continue reading Shelters, Charities To Serve Thanksgiving Dinner
1:06pm The supercommittee charged with arriving at a debt reduction plan will likely admit defeat today. Democrats accused Republicans of refusing a deal to have wealthy Americans pay more. Republicans criticized Democrats for insisting on tax increases for the wealthiest Americans. We’ll explore the rancor from both sides, and what the lack of a plan… Continue reading No Plan from Supercommittee, Wall Street Occupiers Meet with Tea Partiers, Changes to Catholic Liturgy, Turkey Tutorial: Today on Here and Now
“A hot meal when you’ve been eating MRE’s for two to three months, it’s pretty special,” said Rick Rzepka, a Fort Campbell spokesperson.
The Kentucky Department of Parks is anticipating strong interest in state park attractions this holiday season, and the department will again offer slightly expanded lodging options, in anticipation of holiday visitors.
Triple-A officials say automobile travel over the Thanksgiving weekend is expected to be up slightly over last year. Louisville spokesperson Roger Boyd says local gas prices have fluctuated in advance of the holiday driving period, but have remained steady throughout the rest of Kentucky. “I wish i could but I can’t promise that stations might… Continue reading Officials Predict Slightly Higher Holiday Auto Travel
Wayside Christian Mission’s annual Thanksgiving meals will be served out of the mission’s Hotel Louisville site.
Crowds at the Louisville International Airport may be slightly smaller this holiday week.