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The First 99 Most Interesting People in the ‘Ville

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June 15, 2014
RustyBookProp

Well, the Rusty Satellite Show has almost made it to a major milestone. This week will mark the 52nd episode of the Rusty podcast.  The list below includes politicians, media professionals, lawyers, entrepreneurs, athletes, professors, public officials and a lot of good friends who agreed to help me build this little show. On Father’s...
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Listen to Rusty – Don’t Buy Gift Cards, the Kingdom is Coming, and Singing in West Louisville

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December 8, 2013
Nick, Rick, Josh Redding

Listen in this week as Rusty Satellite is on the road meeting two more of the most interesting people in the ‘Ville — first stop is Ed Hart’s office in the Highlands, where we learn all about the new and improved Kentucky Kingdom that opens for business in the spring. Hart talks about the...
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Listen Up — Eric Crawford in Studio, Tyler Allen in Transit with Rusty

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October 27, 2013
Tyler Allen

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...
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Troubling Truths About Vision Louisville

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July 23, 2013
ThisIsLouisville

The earth is literally choking on gas fumes; now causing all kinds of climatic chaos: wildfires, droughts, record heat waves, wild fires in the West have destroyed 750,000 houses; flooding that shuts down cities like New York and New Orleans for weeks. We won’t survive as a civilization if cities follow...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Best Places to Break Bread After the Election

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November 9, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Best Places to Break Bread After the Election

After one of the most frustrating, intense, and polarizing elections in recent history, some savory food for thought might boost our appetite as well as our spirit as  move toward the weekend.  Put down your swords and shields and pick up your fork and knife, pass the olive branch, and bless your meal. Today,...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Last Call for Orange Cows and Fat Elvis!

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October 19, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Last Call for Orange Cows and Fat Elvis!

Do you need just one more soft swirl before the season closes? Buy a round of Orange Cows for the office? Trade in that salad for a chili dog or see Fat Elvis one more time before March 2013. A most beloved stop in the Germantown/U of L area for chili dogs, shakes, and...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Madonna Flood Knows It’s OK in Okolona to Support Local Indie Dining

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October 12, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Madonna Flood Knows It’s OK in Okolona to Support Local Indie Dining

Head ten miles south of downtown Louisville to the Preston, Outer Loop convergence that is known as Okolona. You’ll find community spirit in the generations of residents as well as a few favorite dining establishments of District 24′s Metro Councilwoman Madonna Flood. A bit of history on the southern loop of the city was located...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Morris’ Is the Best Deli For Your Belly

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October 5, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Morris’ Is the Best Deli For Your Belly

The no-frills thrill of a freshly sliced and stacked sandwich in a brown paper sack is what keeps us coming back to Morris’ Liquor & Deli.  With two locations, Taylorsville Road. at Bardstown Road in the upper Highlands and downtown on 2nd Street at the Y they are set up to feed the need. The friendliest and most...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Get Your Fleur de Lis On at La Coop for “Dejeuner.”

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September 28, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Get Your Fleur de Lis On at La Coop for “Dejeuner.”

Welcome to the latest whim here at TGIF  - “Pitchin’ from the Kitchen.” Whenever the opportunity presents itself or the mood strikes, I’ll pull someone from the crew over for his or her lunch suggestions. Today, prep supervisor Jeremy Ferry step up to the plate for La Coop. -Bistro a Vins. Louisville’s history with...
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TGIF Local Lunch Post – Pig Out, Dig In at Smoketown USA

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September 21, 2012
TGIF Local Lunch Post – Pig Out, Dig In at Smoketown USA

You’ll enjoy Louisville historic preservation as much as you will the pork when you find a table and open the menu full of southern soul cookin’  at Smoketown USA. The Smoketown USA building was built in 1862 and has served as a vital business location for  Germantown and Smoketown communities since the Civil War era. It’s been...
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