Bestselling Author/Screenwriter and Playwright Delia Ephron discusses her new book, “The Lion Is In”, and her appearance at the “Girls Night Out” with Quirk Out!, sponsored by the STL Jewish Book Festival and the STL Post-Dispatch, tonight, May 2, 7:30P, Macy’s West County Mall (2nd floor). For information, log on to http://www.stljewishbookfestival.org
Charlie talks with Ruth Morris,CBS News reporter in Shanghai, about the release of blind Chinese dissident, Chen Guangcheng from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
Denny Huff of the Missouri Council of the Blind brings us up-to-date on the next step toward restoring the funding the the Missouri State Budget plans.
Chris Tennill, Chief Communications Officer for the Clayton School District discusses the Judge’s ruling on student transfers.
Charlie talks with Arnie Robbins, Editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, about the paper’s having to file a Freedom of Information lawsuit in order to obtain the Rams plan for the Edwards Jones Dome which was given to the CVC yesterday.
STL Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney talks about the Pirates game last night, retiring Tony La Russa’s #, and Lancy Lynn pitching in tonight’s game.
Veronica Wansley, Peabody shareholder and protester, talks about her denied entrance into the Peabody Energy Shareholder’s meeting in STL yesterday.