This 241st episode of the Rusty Satellite Show was recorded on Valentine’s Day, and I was happy to be joined by a festive Carolyn McLean in the studio to talk about an interesting week in the ‘Ville. Plus, she brought me chocolate. My first guest
The Rusty Satellite Show, in 225 episodes, has never had a guest with a story quite as compelling as that of Michael Dubree. The Tompkinsville native seemed destined for a life of addiction, always searching for his next high, until he turned his life around.
The most interesting podcast in the ‘Ville is back for a 222nd week — with a couple of special guests. Alex Reymundo’s life is fascinating if only for the fact that he has two incredible, and successful, careers. As one of the Latin Kings of
Rusty Satellite is all fired up for the Cats vs. Cards basketball game, so we talked with the Voice of the Wildcats, Tom Leach. The game’s at the Yum! Center next Wednesday, and this time the Cats are favored. I talk with Tom about his
What to my wondering eyes should appear — a brand new bridge in the city of Prospect. Yes, Virginia, you can get to Utica, Ind. now without going all the way downtown. The East End Bridge opens Dec. 18, and I wanted to get the
Last Saturday’s Free the Nipple walk in the Highlands created quite a local stir, getting loads of local media coverage and big crowds of onlookers. But did yo know it was organized by a high school student? Meet Nan Elpers of St. Francis High School,
If I had a boat, as the Lyle Lovett song goes, I’d go out on the ocean. Here in Louisville. Jason Smith has a boat and he goes out on the Ohio. But mostly he keeps his boat docked at the River Park Marina, where