The first show of 2019 opens in Butchertown, where I sat down with honorary mayor Andy Blieden for a look at one of the city’s coolest areas in advance of Andy’s talk at the Breakfast of Champions on Jan. 8. Hear the amazing story of
Yes, it’s Derby weekend and the 142nd Run for the Roses is Saturday. I hope you cash some tickets at the track. In hopes of getting some good luck, I surrounded myself with Faith, Hope and Love — aka the Yascone sisters — who with
It’s an art-inspired show this week, as Rusty visits the new Speed Museum and checks out the fancy new studios at ARTxFM. French-born Ghislain D’Humieres is spearheading the $60 million renovation of the Speed Art Museum, and you’ll find his views on changing the image
The Rusty Satellite Show starts 2016 off with a bang with two great guests. Theresa Reno-Weber is the Chief of Performance & Technology in the Mayor’s Office, which may be a fancy way to saying she’s in charge of making local government lean and mean.
1,500 animals are housed at the Louisville Zoo, and John Walzcak seems to know about every one of them. The Louisville Zoo director discusses the Zoo’s role as one of the region’s top tourist attractions, how most of the animals know who he is, and