Mark Reardon

reardon 150x180 Mark ReardonMark is the host of “The Mark Reardon Show” and “Total Information PM” on KMOX from 2 – 6 p.m. every weekday. A Chicago native, he moved to St. Louis in 1979 and quickly became a Cardinals fan for life after the 1982 World Series. He started in radio when he was just 15 years old and his answer to the most important question in St. Louis is: Parkway West class of 1983.

After graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Mark spent the following 10 years in radio and television in Columbia, Missouri. His other radio gigs include stops at the former KSD-AM in St. Louis, WTMJ in Milwaukee and WGN in Chicago. He is a film fanatic and has been a long time film critic. Mark is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and his reviews are heard on KMOX, BXR radio in Columbia, Missouri and “Great Day St. Louis” on KMOV channel 4. He’s also a member of the Broadcast Journalist Television Association (BJTA).

He’s an avid cyclist, fisherman, hunter and is passionate about music—especially Bruce Springsteen. Mark is married and has two children, two dogs, three cats—and a very powerful vacuum.

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What is your favorite St. Louis activity?
Concerts at The Pageant. Cycling in wine country. Too many restaurants to name, but favorite place to hang out is The Haven in south city.

What would you do if you weren’t in radio?
Movie producer/director

Do you have any pets?
Two dogs: KC (lab mix) and Chase (black lab)
Three cats: Lizzie (Am shorthair), Jack Jack (Tortoise shell) and Dave (Maine Coon mix, originally from New Orleans – rescued in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina)

Share one random fact.
I once sat next to Bruce Springsteen at a movie in LA. “Defending Your Life” 1990.

If you could live anywhere else in the country, where would it be?

BOSTON, MA. - FEBRUARY 15: Pedestrians walk down Newbury St. during winter storm Neptune which dropped over a foot of snow February 15, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts. This is the fourth major storm to hit the New England region that has already seen more than 6 feet of snow in some areas.

CATO Climatologist Writes About The Recent East Coast Blizzard & Climate Change

Surely the East Coast blizzard had everything to do with climate change, right? Not so fast, says Patrick Michaels.


(Photo By Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Debbie Monterrey Compliments Downtown St. Louis

KMOX’s Debbie Monterrey says Downtown St. Louis is doing just fine.


Former fans of the St. Louis Rams football team, leave memorabilia hanging on a fence at the teams practice facility in Earth City, Missouri, one day after it was announced that the football team will relocate to Los Angeles on January 13, 2016. St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke announced the team will return to Los Angeles for the 2016 season during owners meetings, and will eventually play in a new stadium. The Rams arrived in St. Louis from Los Angeles in 1995, winning the Super Bowl in 2000, but in recent years have had the lowest attendance in the NFL. Photo by Bill Greenblatt/UPI

STL Today’s Dan O’Neill Takes A Candid Look At St. Louis After Losing The Rams

And he makes some good points. Read it with an open mind.


(Credit: Netflix)

Journalist Makes Sure ‘Making A Murderer’ Viewers Remember The Victim In The Case’s Diana Alvear wrote a compelling piece about Teresa Halbach — the victim in the “Making A Murderer” case.


HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 13:  Actors Ice Cube and Kevin Hart attend the Premiere Of Universal Pictures' "Ride Along" at TCL Chinese Theatre on January 13, 2014 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Mark On Movies: ‘Ride Along 2’

Full disclosure: Kevin Hart used to annoy the living daylights out of me.


(Courtesy of Mark Reardon)

Would You Want To See This In Your Neighborhood?

My neighbor has this rusted, regulation-size soccer goal in their yard and I don’t care to look at it.


(Credit: Netflix) Writer Has a Humorous Approach to ‘Making a Murderer’

If you’ve watched the documentary, you’ll appreciate this article by Patrick Varone.


(Courtesy: YouTube)

VIRAL VIDEO: “We Ain’t Gonna Be In No Fire. Not Today.”

A Tulsa woman gives a TV interview following a fire at her apartment complex. Her colorful description has gone viral.




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