The sculpture "Thunder Waves of Universal Sound" by Gary Bibbs was dedicated Saturday outside the WRFL studio on the University of Kentucky  campus. Part of the station's original broadcast tower is incorporated in the piece.
The sculpture "Thunder Waves of Universal Sound" by Gary Bibbs was dedicated Saturday outside the WRFL studio on the University of Kentucky campus. Part of the station's original broadcast tower is incorporated in the piece. Herald-Leader
The sculpture "Thunder Waves of Universal Sound" by Gary Bibbs was dedicated Saturday outside the WRFL studio on the University of Kentucky campus. Part of the station's original broadcast tower is incorporated in the piece. Herald-Leader

Sculpture made with top of old broadcast tower reflects personality of Lexington's WRFL radio station

August 25, 2012 04:58 PM

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