My friend and cycling pal Phil Keoghan, the host of “The Amazing Race,” has made an amazing documentary and I’ve worked with Phil to arrange a screening of the film in St. Louis!
“A chance of a lifetime” is how Rosati-Kain director Sarah Hardy described the experience of having her chorus perform with country superstar Eric Church on Saturday night at the Scottrade Center.
Former St. Louis County Election Board Director Paul DeGregorio is in Seoul, South Korea monitoring the just completed Presidential election — which saw the liberal candidate Moon Jae-in win. DeGregorio is a senior advisor to the Association of World Election Bodies and a senior fellow for The Democracy Fund.
Raul Malo talks about the upcoming performance by The Mavericks at The Pageant.
Kato Kaelin joins Mark and Jane in studio to discuss the O.J. Simpson trial and his appearance this weekend at Wizard World Comic Con.
Mark Reardon interviewed Don Rickles in 2007 after the comedian wrote his memoir.
I’m getting a little tired of hearing about how there needs to be more “regional cooperation” in the wake of the defeat of Prop 2. That proposal was pretty much DOA.
Actor RJ Mitte from “Breaking Bad” is taking part in a fundraising bass fishing tournament this weekend at Table Rock Lake to help kids with cerebral palsy.
The damaged dam in Oroville, California, forced the evacuation of 200,000 people. Deirdre Fitzpatrick is with KCRA-TV in Sacramento.
Ted Melfi is the writer and director of the new movie “Hidden Figures.”