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Charlie talks with Edward Achorn who wrote a book about the founder of the STL Cardinals, who amassed a fortune, but died a pauper; with Wall Street Journal’s Damian Paletta about the “Obama Budget Spreading the Tax Pain”; and with SLU Care Allergist Dr. Raymond Slavin about pollen season.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, April 23rd — Find Out What Star Will Be Performing in The Muny’s “Nunsense”?
Charlie and Debbie talk with Mike Isaacson who reveals the name of the “star” performing in “Nunsense” at The Muny this summer; Charlie talks with Kelly Dorfman, author of “Cure Your Child with Food”; with Russell Errett with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about flooding and rising river levels; and with Jerry Schlichter of Arch Grants.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, April 22nd – Former FBI Director Gives His on FBI Actions on Boston Bombings
Former FBI Director and Former CIA Director Judge William Webster gives his thoughts on the FBI actions on Boston Bombings. Also, Charlie talks with former FBI Negotitor Clint Van Zandt; with Greg Marecek about an opportunity to play golf with NBA Hall of Famer Bob Pettit; with Dan Protess, PBS producer of 10 Building That Changed America; and with Market Analyst Al Goldman.
WNTN’s John Frassica in Newtown, Massachusetts, tells us what its like to be in lockdown in your own home; and Charlie talks with April 2013 Fontbonne Univ./Charlie Brennan Show Book Club Author Carol Ferring Shepley, author of Tales from Bellefontaine Cemetery.
Charlie talks about a benefit concert with Rachel Ebeling of the Angel Band Project, set up by a Former St. Louisan and Tony Award-Winning Actor Norbert Leo Butz, who will be peforming on May 8 and 9; and with Mark Mazzetti, Pulitzer prize-winning reporter, about his book, “The Way of the Knife”.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, April 16th – Should the media play the terrorist game and give them the publicity they seek?
Charlie and Debbie discuss the aftermath of the Boston Marathon tragedy yesterday with a number of guests; and Charlie talks with Temima Gould about yesterday’s bombings and the 2001 bombings in Israel; with David Peacock, James White and Kathleen Zelman about Jamba Juice; and with STL Entrepreneur Talia Goldfarb about MySelf Belts.
Charlie and Debbie say we should remain loyal to Schnucks through their computer hacking episode because Schnucks has been loyal to our community; Dr. Michael Wysession talks about new science standards for students K-12; and Dr. Daniel Shea talks about his book about Pearl Curran, an St. Louis author whose inspiration came from the spirits in a Quija board.
Charlie talks with former Rams Star Isaac Bruce about his free football clinics for kids; Charlie & Debbie discuss the uproar in Jefferson City about conceal carry holders names given to fed. gov’t; Charlie talks with Maggie Hales of CityArchRiver 2105 about plans for the Arch grunds; and he talks chess with Tony Rich & Ray Robson of the Chess Club & Scholastic Center.
Charlie and Debbie face-off on the issue of Pres Obama calling Cal. Att’y General Kamala Harris “good looking”; Charlie talks with BotBall Tournament Event Organizer Dr. Gary Mayer of SIUE; and with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.