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One-on-One with Julie Raque Adams; Breakfast Preview with Futurist Nat Irvin

I should have known it was going to be a big week Saturday, when I watched the end of the U of L football...

Tourism: Recovery Going Strong with Events, Hotel Stays

From Louisville Tourism Louisville has been on a gradual recovery of its once robust tourism economy over the past summer travel season. Leisure tourism was...

Business

Tourism: Recovery Going Strong with Events, Hotel Stays

From Louisville Tourism Louisville has been on a gradual recovery of its once robust tourism economy over the past summer travel season. Leisure tourism was...
Covid-19 Sanitizers

The Fight against Coronavirus in Kentucky Using Bipolar Ionization, Covid-19 Sanitizers

The coronavirus global pandemic has hit all the U.S States and Kentucky is among the top in the number of cases, with all of...

Properties

Events

Kegs & Eggs is Back!

Kegs & Eggs is Back! Friday, April 30 – KY Oaks Morning 8AM – Noon Lou Lou Food & Drink 108 Sears Avenue Call 502.893.7776 for Reservations Louisville, KY -...

USA Cares to Live-Stream Annual Patriotic Gala Event

Veteran & Military Family Support Organization Hosts Interactive Gala and Auctions Benefiting Heroes in Distress LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY (September 30, 2020) – Skip the high heels and...

Real Estate

Louisville, Kentucky Housing Inventory Increasing

From Kentucky Realtors New listings hitting the market increased for the fifth consecutive month and active listings are also trending upward. These indicators signal that...
kentucky horse farms for sale

Kentucky Horse Farms for Sale

For more than 100 years, Kentucky has been popular worldwide for its horses. The luxury horse farms in Kentucky are known as the best...

Culture

How to Find a Gift People Will Love

Buying gifts can be challenging, and year on year, it can get more difficult. Knowing what gifts your friends and family will love will...

Bike Stations to Display Black Lives Matter Message

Displaying a message for equality throughout Louisville. All lives do matter. But all lives will not matter until Black lives matter.  Louisville Bike Share known...

Sports

Cards’ Hoops Schedule Announced, Louisville Yum Center Game Tickets Available

From University of Louisville Sports Information LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Appearances in the Cable Beach Championship and Big Ten/ACC Challenge, three ESPN Big Monday appearances, a...

More Courts on the Way to Meet Pickleball Demand

If the game of pickle ball were a contagious disease, Louisville would be in the midst of an epidemic. All across the city, people are...

Media

One-on-One with Julie Raque Adams; Breakfast Preview with Futurist Nat Irvin

I should have known it was going to be a big week Saturday, when I watched the end of the U of L football...

Rusty Satellite: Almost Home Again with Kristin Walls; Standard Opening Procedure...

The Rusty Satellite Show’s short hiatus is over and I’m back with more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. We start with...

Rick

One-on-One with Julie Raque Adams; Breakfast Preview with Futurist Nat Irvin

I should have known it was going to be a big week Saturday, when I watched the end of the U of L football...

Rusty Satellite: Almost Home Again with Kristin Walls; Standard Opening Procedure...

The Rusty Satellite Show’s short hiatus is over and I’m back with more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. We start with...

Food and dining

Locally-owned beef jerky plant, Pap’s, to open in Louisville

Rise & Shine – Time to Make the Jerky Pap’s Food Plant Opening with Beef Jerky & Eggs 4790 Crittenden Dr., Louisville, KY 40209  Thursday, November 19,...

Free Online Ordering System Now Available for Free to Local Restaurants

Louisville Web Design Firm and Food & Dining Magazine Offer Free Online Ordering System to Help Restaurants Food & Dining Magazine (foodanddine.com)  and Louisville web design...

Politics

Rusty Satellite 354: There’s an Election Coming Up with Dan Borsch;...

While the ‘Ville continues to stumble through downtown protests and businesses struggle to reopen, we’re having a primary election that could reshape the lives...

Castleman Statue Rode Out of Cherokee Triangle

FROM METRO GOVERNMENT City wins court appeal, Mayor orders immediate removal LOUISVILLE, KY. (June 8, 2020) —The John Breckenridge Castleman monument is being moved this...

RSS The Rusty Satellite Show

  • Innovating with Grace Simrall; Waterfront Park Steps Ahead with Deborah Bilitski December 2, 2021
    The city’s longest-running and most interesting podcast is back with a show featuring two of the city’s most powerful women. I caught Deborah Bilitski at a good time – as it was announced by Gov. Andy Beshear this week that $10 million is being budgeted toward the $50 million needed to expand the Park westward, […]
  • David Domine Does Dark in Glitter Ball City; Jamar Mack’s Mission – Bourbon and Benevolence November 18, 2021
    If you’ve been a resident of the ‘Ville for any time at all, the experience of reading David Domine’s “A Dark Room in Glitter Ball City” will bring to mind a number of recognizable sights, sounds and facts about my hometown, not the least of which is in the title. It references the obscure fact […]
  • David James Is Set for Breakfast, and Beyond; 5 Years After TV, Kelsey Starks Talks Media November 4, 2021
    It’s a memorable episode of the city’s longest-running and most interesting podcast, featuring Metro Council president David James, and former TV news personality Kelsey Starks. When we last talked with James, he was full of energy and gearing up for the Mayor’s Race. Sadly, James succumbed to some health issues that caused him to drop […]
  • John King’s Miraculous Journey; Chad Broskey Brings the Talent Home October 28, 2021
    If you’re looking for some good news, an  uplifting couple of stories, you’ve come to the right place. The Rusty Satellite Show features one of the city’s most beloved individuals, John King, and Chad Broskey, who has returned to his hometown to apply his talent management expertise to helping aspiring actors get work. Until Memorial […]
  • A Promise to Portland with Larry Stoess; Jessica Bledsoe Has Your Calendar Fix October 14, 2021
    The Rusty Satellite shines on Portland this week, with my interview with the pastor of the Church of the Promise and the man behind the Portland Promise Center, Larry Stoess. We recorded our interview in his office, just in back of The Table restaurant, on Tuesday. Larry has a new book being released soon, Think […]
  • Piper Madison’s Home with a New Album; Pat MacDonald Wants to Put You in the Loop(Fest) October 7, 2021
    Once you hear Piper Madison’s new album, “How Do I Love?”, you won’t believe she’s just 19 years old. But the Louisville native, who has been splitting time between her home here and Los Angeles since was 9, is the real deal. We met at Big Spring Country Club (her Mom Rhonda and publicist Debra […]
  • Brew Crew News: Sandwich-ing with Sam Cruz; Trevor Cravens Controls a New Tailspin September 30, 2021
    They’re both, at heart, beer guys. My two guests have this in common — they parlayed their love for beer into entrepreneurial businesses that others want to be a part of. I met Sam Cruz at a hectic time — he and a small crew were prepping the kitchen at the new Against the Grain […]
  • One-on-One with Julie Raque Adams; Breakfast Preview with Futurist Nat Irvin September 23, 2021
    I should have known it was going to be a big week Saturday, when I watched the end of the U of L football game from the UPS Flight Deck at Cardinal Stadium.  Headed for a near-certain overtime, the UCF QB threw a pick-6 that Card defender Jaylin Alderman plucked from the air and ran […]
  • Almost Home Again with Kristin Walls; Standard Opening Procedure for Reed Johnson September 16, 2021
    The Rusty Satellite Show’s short hiatus is over and I’m back with more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville. We start with Kristin Walls, one of my favorite local meteorologists who was a guest on, believe it or not, show #30 back in 2014. She’s spent the last several years in Washington state, […]
  • Halfway to Louisville with Johnny Berry; Dick Wilson’s Optimistic Outlook August 26, 2021
    It’s always a positive experience when you hang out with Dick Wilson, the world-class connector and philanthropist, who invited to me to a birthday lunch at the Louisville Thoroughbred Club.  Prior to feasting on a Chorizo Flatbread, Dick and I found a quiet spot to talk about keeping things optimistic, even when the world seems […]
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