Listen Up — Eric Crawford in Studio, Tyler Allen in Transit with Rusty

If you haven’t driven around downtown lately, I recommend you call up Tyler Allen and let him whip you through the bridge construction debris and listen in as he tells you about all the mistakes made along the way, how Jerry Abramson insulted him and how he really believed the city would adopt the interstate-dismantling 8664 plan.

Better to Talk Bats and Bourbon

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 for Fred’s bourbon education classes, which ought to be fun for all those tourists more curious about drinking than horses. My other guest is an old friend – Rick Redman. We’ve had a good time accepting compliments for each other for many years. He does PR…

The Case of the Cards’ Coulda Beens

I was tailgating in the parking lot. Perfect weather, good friends, tasty food, a challenging yet thoroughly beatable opponent warming up a half-mile north. These Cards, this group of players and coaches, seemed to be the ones that were going to get us all giddy, to get the University of Louisville, of all schools, into the national football championship conversation.

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Louisville Loses Chane Behanan

Rick Pitino, coach of the Louisville Cardinals Basketball team announced earlier today (Thursday) that Chane Behanan’s is suspended indefinitely, effectively immediately for a “violation of university and team rules” and “no longer a part of” the program. When asked if Chane Behanan can come back on the Louisville team?” Rick Pitino announced that It is possible but not probable. According to sources it was Tom Jurich that made the call on letting Behanango. Of course indefinitely, in Louisville basketball terms may be he can rejoin the team as soon as December. In typical Rick Pitino style, when pressed as to…

Louisville Beer Podcast Episode 5 – New Brewery Opening in Louisville

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 the beers they will be brewing, what type of place they imagine, their exact location, and their experience in the dark arts of brewing great beer. You heard it here first, Louisville! If you’re one of the first 100 to like them on Facebook, you have a…

Paradis on Worm Poop; Bar Belle Drinks it up on Rusty 16

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 schoolers, and Malcolm Gladwell’s new book. Read more at the Rusty Satellite Show  

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New for Louisville Singles

Louisville singles have another way to find the love of their life. Single Mingle Louisville offers area singles that are tired of the bar scene and done with the dating sites an alternative to meeting that someone special. Single Mingle Louisville is hosting a ghostly good time for local singles. On October 5th, Single Mingle Louisville guests will meet for a happy hour at the Bluegrass Brewing Company (BBC) on 4th Street in Theatre Square from 6-7 PM and then take a 90 minute walk through the haunted streets of Louisville with the original ghost whisperer, Robert Parker. With his…

Hear All About It From Jerry Miller and John Cosby

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 growing, and I appreciate all of you who have given me feedback on my little audio experiment. This week’s talk with Metro Councilman Jerry Miller is worth hearing, as he clears things up a little bit on the misguided attempt by West End Council members to…

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The Price of Murdering Your Own Baby

  Louisville Woman, Jessica Price,  accused of birthing her baby in the restroom of a Kohl’s department store and disposing of the child in a garbage can was placed under house arrest until her trial. Judge Olu Stevens, a well known Judge in Louisville, granted the bond reduction. Stevens said he allowed the motion because Price is indigent and has no prior criminal history. Price is now under home incarceration and she will ironically serve it at her parent’s home in Shepherdsville. Judge Stevens also ordered Price to stay away from children, as well as take her prescribed medication and…