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More Interesting Guests for Rusty — John Nation and Steve Coomes

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November 9, 2013
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I was a little worried about taking a portrait of John Nation, who has only done a few thousand really professional shots of all sorts of famous people during three-plus decades as a professional photographer. Thankfully, he suggested the pose here outside the Louisville.am studios with his most recent project, 100 Fascinating Louisville Women....
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The Great Halloween Debacle of 2013; Rusty’s in Old Louisville with Mike Berry and Larry Muhammad

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November 3, 2013
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The date of Halloween is Oct. 31. On that date, children dress up in costumes, knock on the doors of their neighbors, yell 'Trick or Treat" and merrily collect bags of candy. Now when I was dressing up as a pirate in the South End, our biggest fear was that some sicko would insert...
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Better to Talk Bats and Bourbon

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October 19, 2013
Fred Minnick, Bourbon Authority

This week’s Rusty Satellite Show gave me a chance to visit the Derby Museum for a mid-afernoon bourbon tasting. Fred Minnick definitely knows his whiskey, and it got him a cool new job over there as “bourbon Authority.” The Derby Museum, attempting to capitalize on the popularity of bourbon, has created a special room...
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Louisville Beer Podcast Episode 5 – New Brewery Opening in Louisville

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October 11, 2013
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This week on the Louisville Beer Podcast (from LouisvilleBeer.com) John W. and Scott speak with Matt, Zach and Vince, the owners of Great Flood Brewing, Louisville’s next craft brewery. Great Flood’s nano-brewery is planning to open within the next 6 months in the Douglass Loop / Deer Park area of Bardstown Road. Find out more about...
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Paradis on Worm Poop; Bar Belle Drinks it up on Rusty 16

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October 10, 2013
Steve Paradis at Fresh Start

This week Rusty ventured into NuLu to talk local foods and farms with Steve Paradis, and had a cold one with LEO Weekly’s Sara Havens, who brought good news about the LEO Reader’s Choice Awards.  And I have things to say about the U of L Lacrosse coach, the state’s handshake rules for high...
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Hear All About It From Jerry Miller and John Cosby

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September 22, 2013
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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE I’m a little late posting this, but then again, you were probably too busy with a great Louisville weekend to listen to the Rusty Satellite Show. You can check out the show, and have it delivered every week, for free with iTunes. I do know the show’s audience is...
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Rusty Show Guests this week: Bernie Lubbers and Steve Fehder

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July 18, 2013
Bernie Lubbers offers up some Evan Williams at Heaven Hill HQ in St. Matthews

Let's just say that I had some of time freed up by a lifestyle change and leave it at that. And, we hosted a record crowd for the Breakfast of Champions, I got to speak to the Mayor, had a blog post at Insider Louisville that is creating some attention, and spent much of...
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Doing Derby Right Since 1978

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May 3, 2013
Looking like a reporter, Oaks Day 2012

There's really nothing like Oaks Day in Louisville. Where else does a major metro school district call off school for a local event? You know all the reasons -- the weather, the hats, the drinks, the out-of-towners, the celebrities, the parties.
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Great Video – Last Letter Home with Bernie Lubbers/Hickory Vaught

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April 4, 2013
Great Video – Last Letter Home with Bernie Lubbers/Hickory Vaught

This video, produced by Mark Cowherd, gives you a great feel for the Bernie Lubbers/Hickory Vaught show at the Haymarket Whiskey Bar, which I wrote about last week. Bernie and Hickory take you through the history of bourbon with story and song. This is “Last Letter Home” about a Civil War soldier fighting and...
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Bourbon + Bluegrass + History = Hit Show

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March 29, 2013
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There just may not be enough bourbon-themed tourist attractions in this town, so it was time for someone to create an entertaining Bluegrass music/Bourbon history show. So says comedian Bernie Lubbers, the self-proclaimed Whiskey Professor, who along with mandolin-picker Hickory Vaught has created a 75-minute show touted as “an all-sensory historical live musical performance piece.”
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