Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky, during the July Forecastle Music Festival. (Credit: Ryan Van Velzer/WFPL)

The minds behind Louisville’s riverfront revival

"We tend to take the Ohio for granted. It's in the category of the Rhine, the Rhone, the Danube, the Zambezi. This is a massive, massive river system."

In Louisville, Kentucky, the Ohio River has something of an image problem.

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