Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, March 27th – Are politicians afraid to discuss gay marriage?
John and Michael ask whether politicians are afraid of addressing the issue of gay marriage — do they “dodge” the question?
John and Michael welcome Doug Chang, the new General Manager of The Ritz Carlton in Clayton, to St. Louis, and discuss his move from Hawaii to St. Louis to take the new position.
Ron Shaich, CEO of Panera Bread, talks about a new program at Panera.
Mike Shannon, STL Cardinals Broadcaster, talks but the April 1st Opening Day.
Filmmaker John Ziegler says Joe Paterno could not have known that Jerry Sandusky was a pedophile. He talks about his new documentary, “Framing Joe Paterno”, available for viewing at http://www.framingpaterno.com
John and Michael talk with Rocky Marlowe, Assoc. Pastor at Kirkwood United Methodist Church, about their church service this evening, featuring the music of U2, in a telling of The Last Supper story.
Tonight, 7:00 PM, at Kirkwood United Methodist Church, 201 W. Adams in Downtown Kirkwood. Admission is free.
John and Michael discuss parking meter problems in Downtown St. Louis.