Fresh off of the Champions Breakfast, U of L Baseball coach Dan McDonnell sits with rick to talk about leadership and how to get to where you want to be and John Y. Brown III visits the studio to talk about his book “Musings From The Middle”. Plus, Rick shares his thoughts on the UofL/UK football game.
Rick talks with the “Mayor of NULU” and proponent of the Portland neighborhood, Gill Holland and also welcomes in Kirsty Gaukel from Actors Theatre to talk about what’s going on with that venerable organization.
This week, Rick welcomes in 16-year old race car driver Ben Rhodes who is making successful strides toward making a name for himself in the racing community and John Boel, Wave 3 morning guy and Louisville Ironman competitor.
In a busy week of news, Rick welcomes Angie Fenton into the studio to talk about the “Mayor For Life” and other tidbits. He also chats with the golden pipes of Diane Williamson, the voice of OnStar. Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickyredding.
Rick talks with Nick Weiss about his Kickstarter that will further the idea of Louisville as a film making destination and also with State Senator Perry Clark about legalizing pot and his continuing crusade to do so.
Rick talks with Louisville Catholic Sports Network founder Steve Fehder as well as former standup comic and current Whiskey Professor Bernie Lubbers. Those interviews plus news of the week. Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickyredding.
This week, Rick talks with Forecastle Festival founder and “captain” J.K. McKnight about this weekend’s festival and the history of Forecastle and also welcomes WAVE3 anchor Shannon Cogan back to Louisville. Follow Rick on Twitter at @rickyredding and read his blog at www.Louisvilleky.com.