Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, June 4th — Dr. Peter Raven; Farm Subsidies; Angry Birds; Ed Spinaio of Time To Cater

Charlie talks with Dr. Peter Raven, President Emeritus of the Missouri Botanical Garden, and
Bob Moore, historian at the Jefferson National Memorial Expansion, about replacing the ash trees
Arch grounds with the London Plane tree.

Charlie and Debbie talk with Mindy Carney, outgoing President for the Parent Association at Charter Arts Academy about the controversy over Charter Arts Academy not renewing Principal Lynne Glickert’s cotract for the next school year.

The 12th in a series on growing innovative entrepreneurism with Ed Spinaio, CEO and Founder of Time To Cater, a web-based platform that helps companies and individuals coordinate their ideal catered event at no extra cost to the client.

Washington Post Reporter David Fahrenthold discusses his story on farm subsidies, “Temporary Far Subsidy Program May Finally Meet the Reaper”.

Rhett Allain, author of National Geographic Angry Birds Furious Forces!:  The Physics At Play in the World’s Most Popular Game, talks about basic ideas behind physical science.

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