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
Dental Destiny with Dr. Shawn Moore; Bill Hollander Does Local Politics; Guest Co-Host Marianne Zickuhr
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
Going Flamenco with Diana Dinicola; Erin Fowler’s Charitable Heart, and the Voice – co-host Diane Williamson
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.
Two of the most interesting, and influential, people in the ‘Ville are featured in this special episode of the Rusty Satellite Show. First up is Donald Lassere, the president and CEO of the Ali Center. As you might imagine, he’s had a busy week (leading
No one’s getting affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder around here — it’s January, the sun’s out and I even got to play golf last week. It is time to get serious about business, though, and Rusty’s guests are showing leadership in the business community. We
A couple of really interesting folks popped in on the Rusty Satellite Show, and you’re going to want to hear both interviews. First up, I went to Old Louisville and had a Ville(y) Cheese Steak with Dan Borsch, a partner in The Tavern, which has
Taking CenterStage with John Leffert; 10 Minutes with Lexy Leuszler and John Rooney, plus Co-Host Ann All
It’s a theater-themed Rusty Satellite Show, as I welcome in guests from Louisville’s art world. First up is John Leffert, now in his 17th year at director of programs at the Jewish Community Center’s CenterStage, where he’s preparing to raise the curtain on Funny Girl.
Thanks to some smart tax incentives enacted in Kentucky in 2015, film-making is flourishing in the Bluegrass, and this week Rusty introduces you to two of the region’s most notable producers. This week, the C-J did a feature on the film-making boon here, noting that