Listen to Rusty as the guests are David Jones Jr. and Smith Haynie. Jones, the former Humana chairman who runs Chrysalis Ventures, the city’s top venture capital firm, ran for the Jefferson County School Board last year and for the first time talks candidly about
It’s a milestone of sorts here in Rusty Satellite Show #20. I’ve been trying to get schedules straight with Steve Coomes for a while – maybe I was hoping he’d want to meet somewhere over a beer, but we managed to get the interview done
On the occasion of the 19th Rusty Satellite Show, I figured out how to do a video featuring all of the 38 guests. It’s been a great ride so far, and plenty more to come.
Both guests this week, new members of the “Most Interesting People in the ‘Ville”, were found in Old Louisville. I went to the Kentucky Derby Festival HQ on Third Street to talk Derby Festival with Mike Berry. Then, a few blocks and a day later,
First, my apologies for the sound quality on the Tyler Allen interview on Rusty Satellite #18. But please listen anyway. I was running late, my batteries died, and Tyler offered to take me on a driving tour of the mess that is downtown
The latest Rusty Satellite podcast is my chance to clear something up — Rick RedMAN is the spokesman for Louisville Slugger. Rick RedDING (me) is not him, though we share plenty of similarities. We’re about the same age, fathers of 3 boys and work in
Let’s not make too big a deal of my LEO Reader’s Choice awards — listen to this week’s podcast and learn all about how the votes are compiled. Plus, the aptly-monikered Bar Belle tells me how she gets all those drunk texts she includes in
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