It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday, live from the QT gas station in Ferguson, Missouri.
St. Louis City Alderman Antonio French was released around 7 a.m. after spending the night in the Ferguson jail.
St. Louis Alderman Antonio French reacts to the death of Mike Brown and the riots that happened last night in Ferguson.
St. Louis Alderman Antonio French says there’s a double standard in the city when it comes to white and black politicians.
Jim Mickle is the director of the new film “Cold in July.” It premieres this weekend at the Tivoli.
Northside Alderman Antonio French says the plan endangers public safety.
Alderman Antonio French is unhappy with the recent redistricting, claiming the district his ward is in now has more geography, but not a proportionate increase in officers.
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.
Antonio French says the size of the park and the new recreation center are drawing big crowds that could lead to crime.