“I’ve now lived in St. Louis for a decade, and albeit subjectively, I’ve seen my fair share of stupid – even when I wasn’t looking in the mirror.”
Weather-permitting, IKEA will try again today to hang its 15-foot yellow letters on its big blue building under construction in Midtown.
It won’t necessarily be baseball fans that fill Ballpark Village on Thursday. Instead, the startup community will descend on St. Louis for a uniquely-named conference.
Charlie talks with St. Louisan David Rushing, who was featured in this week’s hit ABC-TV series, “Extreme Weight Loss”; and with STL Entrepreneurs Aaron Perlut and Ed Domain.
Group announces move from Missouri to Pennsylvania
Six new ideas reach the funding stage for Rally St. Louis. Aaron Perlut of Elasticity tells us what is being suggested.
Charlie talks with Jennifer Joyce, Bob Clark, Aaron Perlut and local radio personality J. C. Corcoran.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films joins the show to review “Hitchcock” and “Killing Them Softly.”
Rally St. Louis is a new project to let people know that St. Louis is in fact pretty cool. Aaron Perlut is with the new campaign.
The Mark Reardon Show: Albertageddon, County Council Compromise, Missouri Senate Candidate, St. Louis Doesn’t Suck
Derrick Goold with the Post Dispatch gives us the latest on Pujols talks underway at MLB’s Winter Meetings. St. Louis County Council Chair Steve Stenger tells us about last night’s compromise on the St. Louis […]