Hancock & Kelley
Hancock & Kelley – Monday, August 5th — Loni Love of Chelsea Lately; Jenifer Langosch with MLB.com; Bridgeton Landfill Controversy
John and Michael talk with Loni Love of Chelsea Lately; with Jenifer Langosch, MLB.com reporter covering the Cardinals; and with Edward Smith with the Mo. Coalition for the Environment about the Bridgeton Landfill controversy.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, August 2nd – July Jobs Report; Scott Faughn of Mo. Times; David Stokes of Show-Me Institute; Henry Goldkamp; Robert Taubman; Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt on Student Transfers; and Legally Blonde at Stages St. Louis
John and Michael talk about the July job numbers report, with Scott Faughn of Mo. Times, with David Stokes about the Crestwood Mall and TIF money, with Henry Goldkamp about “What the Heck Is STL Thinking?”, with Robert Taubman about the new Chesterfield outlet mall, with Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt, and with actors from the Stages production of “Legally Blonde, The Musical”.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, August 1st – Undercover Sex Against Crimes Detective; Lyda Krewson; Student Transfers with Chris Nicastro; and Att’y Jane Dueker
John and Michael talk with Sgt. Adam Kavanaugh, STL County Undercover Crimes Against Children Cop; with STL Alderwoman Lyda Krewson about street performers; with Mo. Commission of Education Chris NiCastro about student transfers; and with Att’y Jane Dueker about services for unsustainable producers in STL.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, July 31st – Mike Shannon on Twitter Takeover; Jeff Smith on Surviving a Political Crisis and His Jail Time; and Tom Sehnert on the Flood of ’93
John and Michael talk with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon about tonight’s Twitter Takeover; with former Mo. State Sen. Jeff Smith about his new book; and with Tom Sehnert, owner of Smokehouse Market/Annie Gunns in Chesterfield Valley, about the Flood of ’93.
Hancock & Kelley – Tuesday, July 30th – Business Owners Comment on Fast Food Workers Strike; Mark Lopata of Micro Grid Solar; Ill. State Rep. Jay Hoffman on Ill. budget problems
John and Michael talk with “Anne” and “Steve”, husband-wife team and STL small businessowners, about the fast food strike; with Mark Lopata of Micro Grid Solar; and with Ill. State Rep. Jay Hoffman about Illinois budget problems.
Hancock & Kelley – Monday, July 29th – Raising Minimum Wage for Fast Food Workers; Primer on Pres. Calvin Coolidge; Pope Francis’s Trip to S. America; Speed Traps in Ellisville MO
John and MIchael talk about today’s fast food workers strike; about the last U.S. President who slashed both taxes and the federal budget; about Pope Francis’s comments on gays in the church and gay priests; and about a local man who was ticketed for flashing his lights, warning other motorists of an upcoming speed trap.
Hanock & Kelley – Friday, July 26th – Miss Robbie Montgomery of “Sweetie Pie’s”; Randy Grim and Dr. Wes Jamison on Animal Cruelty; U.S. Cong. Rodney Davis; and Harry Hamm on Movies
John and Michael talk with “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” Miss Robbie Montgomery; witlh Randy Grim and Wes Jamison about animal cruelty and abuse; with U.S. Cong. Rodney Davis of Illinois; and with KMOX’s Harry Hamm about The Muny and the summer movie season.
Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, July 25th – David Lee; Mark Kern; Kerri Morgan; James B. Stewart on Farm Bill; Bob Fuss
John and Michael talk with James Stewart about the Farm Bill; with David Lee; with Mark Kern; with Kerri Morgan; and with Bob Fuss.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, July 24th – Scott Faughn, Jo Mannies, Mike Shannon, Mark Leibovich, Gene Dobbs Bradford, Devin Rodino
John and Michael talk with Scott Faughn of the Mo. Times and Jo Mannies of the STL Beacon about Mo. politics; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Mark Leibovich of the NY Times about his new book; and with Gene Dobbs Bradford and Devin Rodino of Jazz STL about the upcoming American Music Showcase.
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, July 5th — Dave Cook, President UFCW Local 655, on Affordable Health Care Act
John and Michael talk with Dave Cook, President of UFCW Local 655, about the Affordable Health Care Act.