Priscilla Presley talks about her experience with her husband, Elvis, in owning and showing horses. As she learned about systemic abuse, she retreated from competitions and launched a campaign of pro-animal advocacy that continues to this day. Also featured is Marty Irby. The former official for the Humane Society of the United States is now executive director for Animal Wellness Action.
Dr. Peter Salerno, octogenarian and founder of Old Louisville Counseling Center, talks about the importance of sustained vitality and how to achieve it.
Our Sunday morning review of the week behind and preview of the week ahead.
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Joseph Grove is a Christian, father and publisher based in Louisville, Kentucky. A father to three beloved children and one grumpy Chihuahua named Apple, he is in recovery and has attended Southeast Christian Church since 1993.
Grove is the winner of six first-place awards for criticism and commentary from the Society of Professional Journalists and was a founder of Snitch, a $5.3 million newsweekly that debuted in 2001.