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Thu August 1, 2013
NPR's Noah Adams on Reporting Philosophy and His Trip to Paducah
NPR’s Noah Adams has been reporting news on public radio, or hosting public radio programs for nearly 40 years. The Eastern Kentucky Native is now a correspondent for NPR’s national desk reporting mostly on changing communities.
Adams spent a few days last week in Lowertown Paducah learning about the arts district’s comeback and how it could help spur a comeback of sorts for downtown Paducah.
Adams spoke with Chad Lampe about the story his reporting style and his role models. Adams also talks about writing one of his many books, and (for you die-hard Noah Adams fans) yes, he still plays the piano.
It’s unclear when Adams’ story on Lowertown will air. We’ll do our best to let you know.