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.
Join me as I speak with Faith Hope Yascone, a delightful personality who has been successfully renting properties on Airbnb since 2013. Faith and her sisters Joy and Hope are especially exciting about the Christmas season, and showed off the beautiful decorations in their Old
Have you noticed all the progress on Whiskey Row? It’s been a long time coming, and a tribute to the perseverance of Valle Jones, the force behind the development of one of the city’s most important blocks. Just this week, it was announced that two
John Asher will tell anyone who listens that he’s living his dream — as VP of Racing Communications at Churchill Downs he gets to do all sorts of fun stuff, from coordinating media interviews to standing in the Winners Circle for every race on Derby
It’s a Derby-themed episode of the Rusty Satellite Show, with two Derby guests sandwiched around a few minutes of local politics. First up is Chasta Feller, a delightful “Fun Enthusiast” at Mint Julep Tours. Chasta talks about her journey home after spending a few years
I finally caught up with my friend Chris Thieneman in between his trips to Thailand. The former U of L All-American and Dallas Cowboy is a passionate advocate for whatever issue is on his plate. He started a successful charity event, led opposition to a
It’s the “We’re all Freaking Out over a Little Snow episode” of the Rusty Satellite Show. My first guest is Louisville Orchestra conductor Teddy Abrams, who is making a name for himself all over town for his unconditional approach to promoting music. I got to