A couple of really interesting folks popped in on the Rusty Satellite Show, and you’re going to want to hear both interviews. First up, I went to Old Louisville and had a Ville(y) Cheese Steak with Dan Borsch, a partner in The Tavern, which has reopened after a 2015 fire and...Read More
Stephanie is back in the saddle after a last-minute trip to South Carolina to care for her mom so she and Dan dive into the issue of our aging parents and what that means for life. After the break, they dive into the other seven general concerns of middle aged people under...Read More
The ‘Ville’s best restaurant and bar podcast is rolling in 2017. Listen in for a newsy first segment with Steve and Rick — starting with the new restaurant heading for the old Basa spot on Frankfort Avenue. Fork & Barrel will feature a classic American menu from...Read More
The crew tries to help a lonely guy on Craigslist; Local love expert Skip (from Tony and the Tanlines) offers free relationship advice. http://media.blubrry.com/startup/p/s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/louamsbh/10sbh.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe:...Read More
It’s a theater-themed Rusty Satellite Show, as I welcome in guests from Louisville’s art world. First up is John Leffert, now in his 17th year at director of programs at the Jewish Community Center’s CenterStage, where he’s preparing to raise the curtain on Funny Girl. Leffert...Read More
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