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New Rusty Features Joe Steier and Laurie Dhue

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February 28, 2015
Joe Steier of Signature HealthCARE

Listen to this week’s Rusty Satellite Show here.  He’s come a long way from running Hikes Point’s Golden Nugget, and these days Joe Steier leads one of Louisville’s largest employer and most important companies. He’s busy. Joe serves on a number of boards that promote the city, is an advocate for Louisville as a...
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The Speed Art Museum opens new exhibit at Local Speed featuring tea and coffee sets spanning sixty years.

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February 28, 2015
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LOUISVILLE, KY (February 27, 2015)–As the Speed Art Museum construction and expansion project takes shape on Third Street, the Museum’s satellite space, Local Speed, is pleased to announce its seventh exhibition entitled, Teatime Chic. From bold and colorful to white and austere, this exhibition’s tea and coffee services illustrate changing definitions of “modern” over...
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Next Breakfast of Champions Features Orchestra’s Teddy Abrams

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February 28, 2015
Abrams will be a guest on the Rusty Satellite Show that debuts March 5.

Teddy Abrams is shaking things up in the Louisville Arts community – and far beyond. The dynamic Louisville Orchestra Music Director will share his insights and energy at the March 9 Breakfast of Champions. Teddy will discuss the evolution of music, seamlessly incorporating (you guessed it!) MUSIC into his entertaining talk. You will not want...
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The Healing Place, Heroin and Helping Celebrate Freedom

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February 17, 2015
Laurie Dhue

On Friday, the Healing Place holds its annual Celebrate Freedom Dinner. Laurie Dhue, a former cable TV news anchor who appeared on MSNBC, CNN and Fox, will be there to talk about her personal journey and recovery from addiction. She will be a guest on my podcast, the Rusty Satellite Show, and I’m looking...
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See Larry Muhammad’s “Double V” at Ali Center Feb. 4

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January 25, 2015
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It was “the good war.” That’s how America portrayed its involvement in World War II: a righteous struggle of freedom against tyranny. But America in the 1940s had legal restrictions denying its black citizens the vote, and segregated them in rundown neighborhoods, poor schools and low-paying jobs. Black GIs were assigned to building roads...
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The Brothers Size Brings Powerful Performances

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January 11, 2015
Ben Williamson (drummer) with Ronald Kirk, Che Ayende and Larry Powell in The Brothers Size
Actors Theatre of Louisville, 2015
Photo by Bill Brymer

The Brothers Size, currently being performed at Actors Theatre, is promoted as a “lyrical tale of brotherly love (that) explores the tension between fear and desire on the elusive road to freedom.” That is accurate, perhaps, but it doesn’t prepare you for the reality of the play’s raw emotions, street language and battle of...
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Tribes at Actors is a Focus on Family Dynamic

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November 16, 2014
John Judd, Ryan Spahn, Alex Olson, Meg Thalken, Monique Barbee_Tribes_Photo by Bill Brymer

Tribes, now playing at Actors Theatre, is about a really loud family in which Mom, Dad, Brother and Sister don’t hold back in expressing themselves, while a younger brother who’s deaf must find  his place at the table. The play, by English writer Nina Raine, opens at a family dinner with a spirited discussion...
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Journal: Luke’s Three-Day Week; Homecoming with the Pikes

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November 9, 2014
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Our Journal: LUKE: Entry for 11/6 thru 11/7. This week was a short week so my teachers see this and decide “We need to give them enough work for a 5 day week isntead of 3.” So I’ve been very busy with not only schoolwork but also this is a fairly important time for my game....
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Journal 18: Airbnb Praise and a League of Legends Win

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November 3, 2014
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LUKE: Journal for the whole weekend. Saturday in terms of actual stuff happening nothing really, mostly just playing games with people. Had a great diner and a lot of fun so for me a fun day though some might say I wasted my day. Sunday I was supposed to play golf but I was...
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Day 17: Boo Tales – Then and Now

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November 1, 2014
With Paula on Halloween, in the shirt I've worn every year for at least a couple of decades

LUKE: Halloween woo, but not really. Weirdly no one is doing anything for Halloween so it’s mainly just gonna be a usual Friday. Though in school a couple of classes did Halloween-related things like watch the history of Halloween. That was mildly interesting. Unfortunately I had to walk home today and man was it raining hard and...
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