It’s a really compassionate episode of the Rusty Satellite Show, where this week’s most interesting people in the ‘Ville are busy doing good work. Mustafa Gouverneur is the director of communications at the Center for Interfaith Relations. Next week he’s helping host the Festival of
The city’s most interesting podcast features more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. This week I went to Kosair Charities’ offices on Eastern Parkway to learn about Hat For Hope, one of the organization’s most successful fund-raisers. And Igot to talk with a
The city’s most interesting podcast once again features some of the colorful individuals that are making things happen here. We start with Tom Nielsen, also known as the Sodfather. He’s the head groundskeeper at Slugger Field and one of the best in the business. If
We’ve got spring fever at Rusty Satellite Headquarters, so we’re talking about the first soccer match of the season, coming up Saturday at 2 at Slugger Field. In fact, we can go there right from the goat races in NuLu, another wonderful celebration of spring.
A very special Rusty Satellite Show originates from the gorgeous Tyrolean Inn in Aspen, Colorado, where I’m on vacation with my friend, Professor John Gilderbloom. We share some stories of the trip here, seeing my son Josh, visiting the Woody Creek Tavern (the stomping grounds
Things are really kicking into gear around here, and we’ve got the good parts covered here on the Rusty Satellite Show. Guest co-host Cyndy Tandy and I chat about Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Parade, the blessing of the keg and of course, the start of the
It’s always special when I have a guest co-shot on the show — and this week it’s the artistic and talented Marianne Zickuhr. She’s busy. Not only does she host “Marianne in the Morning” at ArtXFM, she’s taking on new duties at the Jewish Community
Download the Rusty Satellite Show this week to be in the know on some really interesting people making news in my hometown. First up is Mike and Medora Safai, who are the entrepreneurs behind Safai Coffee. But they’re also attempting to transform the Shelby Park
Back in 2013, when the Rusty Satellite Show was just getting started, I asked a big favor from Diane Williamson, who has made a career for herself as a radio and TV personality and premier voice talent. And yes, she agreed to record a voice-over
The city’s most interesting podcast returns for its 188th episode with a couple of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. First up is Patrick Whelan, whose love of music and attending festivals was once tied in closely with his addiction to drugs and alcohol.