It’s not just the biggest beer event around here, but the upcoming Tailspin Ale Fest is getting national attention. And one reason is the presence here of Trevor Cravens, who started the Bowman Field with Tisha Gainey three years ago. Cravens is also the president
For David Yates, it’s taken just six years to go from being the greenest, youngest Metro Council rookie to the President’s Office, where he will be leading the city’s 26 Council Members through what promises to be a tumultuous and exciting year. I talked with
It’s no surprise that Stephen Reily has joined the crowded field of candidates to replace Tom Owen as the 8th District Metro Councilman. Reily, a graduate of Yale and the Stanford Law School, is a highly successful entrepreneur and community builder, a member of numerous
I love how powerful political cartoons are, and how they get such strong reactions, especially from those who disagree with the message. Marc Murphy, a mild-mannered attorney by day, loves it when his Courier-Journal drawings get people thinking about the political issues of the day.
The Rusty Satellite Show starts 2016 off with a bang with two great guests. Theresa Reno-Weber is the Chief of Performance & Technology in the Mayor’s Office, which may be a fancy way to saying she’s in charge of making local government lean and mean.
It’s time to take a look back at the most interesting people in the ‘Ville in 2015 — and I’ve invited Cyndy Tandy, a guest on Show #1, to join me in the studio. In 2015, the show took me to a bar, a boat,
The business story authored by Erica Chavez-Graziano would make a great case study for budding entrepreneurs. Nearly nine years ago, Erica gave up on her thesis in school to focus on building a business in chocolate. And now there are 3 retail stores, more than
Sarah Kelley’s passion for journalism led her to Cincinnati, Washington and Nashville, but she really wanted to ply her trade in Louisville, but there weren’t many jobs around here in journalism that interested her. Two years ago, she became editor of Insider Louisville and now
I love it when a businessman tells the story of how he got started and begins with “We were drinking a few beers and. . . “ Listen in as Matt Jamie tells me how he came up with the idea for Bourbon Barrel Foods
I now have an answer for the most unusual setting for a Rusty Satellite interview — I talked with Dr. George Quill as he examined my ankle during a follow-up visit this week. It turns out Dr. Quill donates time to some great causes —