St. Louisan still sidelined by case of pink-eye & unable to host NBC Olympics coverage.
Broadcaster Bob Costas’s eye infection is keeping him on the bench at the Winter Olympics.
Charlie and Debbie talk with Bob Costas about his controversial NFL game-day commentary on the term Washington “Redskins”. Charlie continues the conversation with Bob Costas, as he addresses athletes and the gun culture and the culture of bullying/hazing in the NFL locker room.
Costas will emcee the upcoming Legends of the Dugout lunch.
NEW YORK (AP) — Alex Rodriguez certainly leads the New York Yankees in headlines this season even though he hasn’t played a single major league game. Injuries have kept him away from the team since […]
TTYM: Watch NBA Players Read ‘Mean Tweets’ About Themselves And The Dumbest Quote By An Athlete Ever?
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here.In this week’s That Thing You Missed NBA players read mean Tweets about themselves, get behind the scenes info from the infamous ‘Malice at the Palace’ brawl, Ochocinco’s butt slap lands him in the […]
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, April 9th – Matt Pirrello – What exactly “were” the allegations agst. Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul?
Charlie and Debbie talk with former Ellisville Mayor Matt Pirrello about the impeachment of current Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul; Charlie talks with Award-Winning Broadcaster Bob Costas; with Marilyn Gannon of Innovate STL & Ed Bryant of the STLCounty Economic Development Council about money for entrepreneurs; and with Scott Iler of Iler Brands about entrepreneurism in STL and his start-up business.
Russ Lande of RussLande.com talks about the upcoming Super Bowl as well as the NFL Draft. Former Cardinals closer Jason Isringhausen talks about his time with teh organization and his future in baseball. Bob Costas’ […]
Blues defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk discusses the good start to the season and rookie forward Vladimir Tarasenko. Mike Wood, volunteer event chair for the Coaches vs Cancer Shootout, talks about the upcoming day of hoops at […]
Charlie hosts a special Tribute to Stan Musial, the greatest player in the history of baseball, with Bob Costas, Bill White, Red Schoendienst and George Vescey.