Thanks for downloading the ‘Ville’s longest running independent podcast, pulling up to 248 consecutive weekly episodes. This one features two more interesting people – a Metro Council member running for County Attorney, plus the woman in charge of marketing tours of horse farms in the
Sure, it’s been a tough week for sports fans around here — so I thought it would be great to talk about our city’s professional soccer franchise and the team’s bright future. I got hold of John Neace, chairman of the team’s board, to give
Thanks. Really, I am thankful to you for sticking around for the 229th episode of the Rusty Satellite Show on Thanksgiving weekend. I invited a couple of good friends to be on this week’s show with me. First up is Paul Tuell, founder of Ballotin
You probably didn’t know that somebody from Louisville is featured in the Learning Channel reality series, 90 Day Fiance, but it’s true. And it’s an old friend of mine, David Toborowsky, who has spent much of the last three years overseas. He met and proposed
Rusty welcomes the authors of two fascinating books into the Louisville.am studios this week. First up is Mike Rutherford, creator of the Card Chronicle, half of the Ramsey and Rutherford sports talk show, and the author of 100 Things Louisville Fans Should Know and Do
I know, I know. That whole University of Louisville shake-up has you all shook up. But let Rusty distract you with two of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. Regular Rusty listeners know Gill Holland from his appearance in Show #11, and then again
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.