I talk – Cindi Sullivan and WAVE 3 listens

Viewers of the popular TV talk show ‘WAVE 3 Listens‘ (11am weekdays on WAVE 3) saw the reuniting of 2 old friends today. Bob Sokoler (former Co-Anchor of WHAS-TV’s Louisville Tonight Live and morning host/anchor of 84 WHAS Radios’  Morning Show visited Cindi Sullivan on her WAVE 3 Listens program. Bob and Cindi worked together at 84 WHAS radio and Cindi was the subject of several stories on Louisville Tonight Live. Since leaving Broadcasting 8 years ago Bob has become one of the top Louisville Real Estate agents in Kentucky and is co-owner of The Medley Sokoler Team at RE/MAX Properties East. Bob was ranked 5th for volume in 2010 for selling Louisville  homes among more than 3,000 fellow Louisville Real Estate Agents.

15 Comments on "I talk – Cindi Sullivan and WAVE 3 listens"

  1. nancy hamilton | June 12, 2013 at 12:11 pm | Reply

    What are the shiny golden eggs on top of my tomato leaf? They are not just yellow, they are shiny gold colored and the size of a pin head. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks, Nancy

  2. Hello! Good Morning Cindi!

    I am with the Meade County Public Library in Brandenburg, KY. We are going to start an adult series for gardeners beginning in either May or June and was wondering if you would be interested in coming to our library to speak. This is a great agricultural community and this would be a wonderful opportunity for the county. If you are interested please email me back or you can call me at 270-422-2094.
    Thanks in advance.

    Ashley Childs
    Meade County Public Library

  3. How long after applying horse manure should I wait to plant my garden?

  4. I think the winter of 2013/14 has hot Crepe Myrtles worse than I’ve ever seen before. Does anyone agree and have any advice on cutting the presumably dead out of the Myrtles.

  5. Hit Crepe Myrtles

  6. Patrick Hughes | May 30, 2014 at 7:17 pm | Reply

    I have a pear tree and a cherry tree, both about 8 feet tall. Both seemed to survive the winter and started having leaves once the weather got better. The cherry tree even had cherries on it. Both have suddenly died or appear dead. Both were at least 4 years old in their current locations. Any ideas?

  7. Barbara Stallard | June 2, 2014 at 6:16 pm | Reply

    I have some sort of a beetle in my home and can’t seem to really get anyone to identify it — I’ve tried several bug companies — do you know of someone that I could take my bug to and have them Id it so that I can treat for it correctly. They have gotten in my wood floors and furniture (and I’ve had to get rid of my furniture) — they seem to still be in my floors and tend to bite at my feet at night. Any thoughts. Thank you 424-8509

  8. We have lost all of our shrubs in the front of our house due to this past winter and/or the age of 22 years. Can you recommend a nursery where we can get some good info and replacements? Thank you.

  9. We have lost our rhubarb for the second year. All starts great then as the plants reaches maturity they die. The leaves start to wilt as if they lack water but water does not help. They rapidly wilt, turn brown and are gone.
    We have planted plants and roots but neither make it longer than two or three months. Any ideas?
    Thank you for your effort.

  10. We adopted a female Pit Bull and now our grass has yellow/brown spots all over. She eats Holistic Select dry dog food. Is there anything we can put on the grass that will help?

  11. A friend gave me two starts from her beautiful rose bush which has both yellow and red blooms on the stems. There is a hunk of root attached. Should I keep it indoors in potting soil? Will they make it through a cold winter if I plant outside? Thanks

  12. Sandy Ringer | May 15, 2015 at 10:50 am | Reply

    where are the humming birds? They were here for Derby & now I have not seen them in over a week – even with new juice!

  13. How difficult would it be to create a wildflower meadow valley on an uncultivated land area approximately 70′ x 250′?

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