Charlie talks with Kaitlin Niewoehner, cast member in the new production of the Broadway hit, “A Chorus Line”, now playing at the Peabody Opera House. For tickets, log on to Ticketmaster.com, or call 1-800-745-3000.
Charlie and Debbie talk with Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich about the proposed 3/16th cent tax increase which will go to the parks, bike trails and the Archgrounds (approx. $12.5 million total). If this passes, do we know if the money will really going to the parks, or will the money go to the parks and the parks budget remains flat or even decrease?
Charlie and Debbie also talk with former St. Louis County Councilman Skip Mange, who is in favor of Prop. P – the 3/16th cent tax increase which is designed to go to parks, bike trails and the Archgrounds.
Denny Huff, Chair of the Education and Welfare Committee for the Mo. Council of the Blind, says there’s trouble brewing, again, for the blind pension Medicaid program in Missouri. Will the program experience cuts?
Charlie and Debbie talk with Latina Stand-Up Comic Monique Marvez about her book, Not Skinny, Nt Blonde, and about premiering on Showtime Network, airing now. Check your local Showtime schedule.