Rusty welcomes two good friends named Chris — but that’s where similarities between the two end. Chris Poynter, a fellow WKU grad with a background in journalism, has ascended to the top communications job in the city. At least, the top job in Mayor Greg
Mayor Greg Fischer drops by — actually I dropped by his place — to appear on the 200th episode of the Rusty Satellite Show. Fischer says he loves the job, and the opportunity to make a difference, as he’s set to begin campaigning for a
Rusty heads into a December to remember with another great show featuring a couple of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. The first course is a tasty interview with Bobby Benjamin, who is celebrating the one-year anniversary of his popular Butchertown Grocery by opening
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.
The holidays are here, and Rusty’s in a celebrating mood. My first guest is Mike Maloney, whose cool job it is to coordinate events like Light Up Louisville. That celebration gets going Friday night and is bigger and better than ever. Mike and I go
Summer’s over, but the Rusty Satellite Show continues on with two more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. Soozie Eastman grew up in Oldham County and went to U of L, but went west to make a name for herself in the film
Rusty’s 50th show is, of course, a good one, featuring Congressman John Yarmuth and Media Entrepreneur Larry Bisig
There’s a whole lot happening in the River City this week, and not all of it is good. Downtown violence has everyone concerned and puts the reputation of Waterfront Park as a safe place in jeopardy. But the big event is Red vs. Blue and