St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay joins us in studio to discuss his recent blog entry and survey asking what would the City of St. Louis look like with a population of 500,000.
Fairmount Park President Brian Zander says a proposal that would allow gambling machines in every horse track in Illinois — except Fairmount — could doom the race track. Lanny Brooks is executive director of the Illinois Horseman’s Benevolent and Protective Association in Collinsville.
David Bernstein is a writer for Chicago Magazine. His latest column is titled “The Truth About Chicago’s Crime Rates.”
Senator Roy Blunt joins Mark Reardon in studio.
St. Louisan Heather Lang ran the Boston Marathon one year ago today. She had just finished the race and was one block away from the scene when the bombings occurred. Lang is heading back to Boston this weekend to run the race on Monday.
St. Louis Alderwoman Phyllis Young discusses the passage of her bill that should bring some big concerts to St. Louis.
Billy Joel is in town tonight to play a concert at the Scottrade Center. Musician Michael DelGuidice is a member of Billy Joel’s band. DelGuidice also is the lead singer for Billy Joel cover band Big Shot.
Mark Reardon is live from the FAIR conference in Washington, D.C.
Will St. Louis City and County be better together? Mark talks with Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul and Better Together’s Executive Director Nancy Rice.
PBR bull riders Luke Snyder and Reese Cates are in town to celebrate the grand opening of the PBR Bar at Ballpark Village.