We’re going to start getting healthy with this episode of the Rusty Satellite Show. First, I’m happy to welcome Peggy Heuser as a guest. She’s the fourth member of the Heuser family to appear on the show – after sons Chip and Wil and husband
Sure, it’s been a tough week for sports fans around here — so I thought it would be great to talk about our city’s professional soccer franchise and the team’s bright future. I got hold of John Neace, chairman of the team’s board, to give
This 241st episode of the Rusty Satellite Show was recorded on Valentine’s Day, and I was happy to be joined by a festive Carolyn McLean in the studio to talk about an interesting week in the ‘Ville. Plus, she brought me chocolate. My first guest
When I heard the legendary landmark Joe’s Older Than Dirt was coming back, complete with a brand new moose out front, I had to get the story. Cres Bride, who ran the joint for 15 years, has partnered with Fernando Martinez for a Joe’s Re-Boot.
If you have any interest in the evolution of local media, you’ll want to hear my conversation with David Jones, Jr. He was instrumental in forming the Insider Media Group, which has helped turn Insider Louisville into a non-profit that will count on donations from
Julie Roberts’ Big Move; Laura Wallace is the City’s Concierge; Carolyn McLean Co-Hosts, and a Jeffersontown Airbnb Update
Rusty welcomes Carolyn McLean into the studio as guest co-host, and she brought a bottle of wine. So she’s definitely going to be invited back. We teased a potential new project and blasted local school officials for calling off classes for the third day in
Join me in Portland as I sit down with Matthew Gilles, known for the Foam Gnomes that adorn his building and trucks that promote Louisville Spray Foam Insulation. But the Central City native has a colorful history that includes a stint as a scuba instructor.
The first Rusty Satellite Show of 2018 features a couple of wonderful women. Long-time listeners remember Theresa Reno-Weber from her 2016 appearance in which she talked of her fascinating job making Metro Government more efficient. A year ago, she took on a new challenge —
We’re putting a bow on another 52 episodes of the Rusty Satellite Show with a look back, and a peak ahead. Before we let 2017 go for good, Caroline Knop and I talk about some of the memorable guests we’ve had on the show, from
You’ll hear one of the best Ho! Ho! Ho!’s of your life when you listen to the jolly bellow of the Derby City Kringle. Pat Meehan is a natural-bearded Santa, and has been listening to hear what kids want for Christmas for decades, including 26