The Rusty Satellite Show went on the road this week to talk about one of Louisville’s greatest cultural events, the St. James Court Art Show. And then I talked with Mose Putney over beers at the Village Anchor about how screwed up state government is
I see smart people. Because I’ve been to the Idea Festival, the fantastic annual local event that attracts smart, innovative people with ideas to share. This week I went down there to the Kentucky Center downtown and spoke to Kris Kimel about the big event.
Rusty gets it going this week with Jerry Miller, the East End Metro Councilman. Miller makes sense, a little more so than some of his colleagues, calling out the craziness of restricting wine and liquor sales at 2 a.m., but not beer. But I think
When John Y. Brown III pulled up at the Highlands HQ of Louisville.am, he was able to park right by the door. Which, if you read Brown’s various “Musings from the Middle” on Facebook or the Recovering Politician, is the kind of thing that makes
Louisville Podcast with Gill Holland In this podcast, we learn from Gill Holland about his plans for Portland, and perhaps in a bit of a scoop, that a $35 million hotel project could be coming to NuLu. Gill, known as the Mayor of Nulu, may
Louisville Podcast with Churchill Downs & WHAS A special day, August 28, as I was able to record this week’s podcasts with John Asher of Churchill Downs and Angie Fenton of WHAS-TV. Why special? Well, it was my 53rd birthday, which naturally brought up topics
My guests on the show this week, Ben Rhodes and John Boel, share a powerful attribute – determination
Louisville Politics, Media and Sport Rusty Satellite #8 features Terry Boyd of Insider Louisville and David James, an elected member of the Metro Council. And I’ve got scoop and opinion on the Jefferson County Public Schools tax increase, the University of Louisville football autograph ban,