Watch out, you might learn something in this week’s Rusty Satellite Show. First, I sought out the best expert around here to learn what kind of risk I’d be taking if I look directly at the sun during Monday’s Solar Eclipse. Thanks to Dr. Tim
This week Rusty learned that axe-throwing is a sport, or at least a challenging game, with Zack Pennington, one of the partners in the new Flying Axes venue in NuLu. Zack explains that the new business is the first of its type in Kentucky and
We’ve got spring fever at Rusty Satellite Headquarters, so we’re talking about the first soccer match of the season, coming up Saturday at 2 at Slugger Field. In fact, we can go there right from the goat races in NuLu, another wonderful celebration of spring.
The city’s most interesting podcast returns for its 188th episode with a couple of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. First up is Patrick Whelan, whose love of music and attending festivals was once tied in closely with his addiction to drugs and alcohol.
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
With just three weeks until the election, Rick visits with the Courier-Journal’s political columnist, Marc Murphy, to find out how he’s avoiding a humor overload with all the material provided by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and Matt Bevin, for that matter. Murphy, who will
Take a listen to a great Rusty show while you’re waiting for all the football festivities — ESPN’s Game Day doesn’t start until Saturday morning. Rusty stepped foot in the JCPS’ Van Hoose Education Center for the first time to meet with Allison Martin, now
If you had any doubt about the bourbon tourism boom, tune in to what’s happened with Mint Julep Tours in the last few years. I talk with co-owner Lisa Higgins about the family business that just moved into roomier quarters on Mellwood Avenue. The new
If you’ve only heard about the Doctor of Dunk, you can’t imagine what it was like to live here in the late 1970s. I was fortunate enough to see Darrell Griffith play in high school, and saw him become one of the game’s greatest players
To hear Julius Friedman tell it, the graphic designers of today wouldn’t know what to do without PhotoShop. Friedman has been creating iconic images since the 1960s, and those images have become part of the fabric of the city. Beginning this week at the Frazier