For most businesses, finding that perfect niche where need meets opportunity is one key to success. For Chad Coulter, whose Louvino restaurants have found some success appealing to girls’ night out parties in five locations, bringing biscuits to NuLu is the next growth opportunity. The
What do millennials want? What do they think of Louisville? How do we keep them here? The Rusty Satellite Show, the city’s longest-running and most interesting podcast, posed that question to 30-year-old Ann Marie Maldini, the executive director of the Young Professionals Association of Louisville.
You couldn’t have missed last week’s big chef celebrity news — that Joshua Moore of Volare Restaurant won the Food Network’s “Chopped” competition. So Rusty had to talk with the chef who has become one of the city’s most celebrated. Moore has had great success
The Forecastle Festival makes its mighty return to the shores of the Ohio this weekend, and I get to talk with one of the very few individuals who has been to all 15 of them. Kelly McKnight may be known as founder J.K. McKnight’s dad,
If you ask Karen Williams, 2018 is the year it all comes together in Louisville. The president of the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau tells me how the completion of the Convention Center downtown and the Omni, plus several other projects, is putting the city
A juggernaut among podcasts, the Rusty Satellite Show checks in with Juggernaut Jug Band veteran Roscoe Goose (that’s his Jug Band name). Goose came to the Louisville.am studios from his home in Owen County to tell me about the Sept. 16 Jug Band Jubilee, a
I can’t wait to see the opening act of the Forecastle Festival on Friday — featuring the most popular teacher at Hite Elementary School in eastern Jefferson County. That would be Jecorey Arthur, who holds a Masters degree in Music from U of L, just