It’s a Reardon Roundtable with State Senator Eric Schmitt, State Representative Stacey Newman, and local attorney Bryan Edwards. Topics include the veto of HB 1062 in Arizona, school transfers, Charlie Dooley, and the Jefferson City “Mean Boys.”
Developer Paul McKee says his NorthSide regeneration project is alive and well and headed for a midsummer groundbreaking.
In this edition, the fireworks were still firing off in Downtown St. Louis.
Actor — and St. Louis native — Gabe Basso talks about his new film “Kings Of Summer.”
We get the latest on the lockdown in Boston from WBZ reporter Mark Katik.
The Reardon Roundtable features a debate on gay marriage and gun control with Aisha Sultan, Bryan Edwards, and Bill Corrigan. Plus, Jane Dueker and Gina Loudon join Mark to discuss Dr. Loudon’s appearance on the reality show “Wife Swap.”
The former chancellor of the Washington, D.C. public schools is Michelle Rhee. She now heads the Students First education reform organization.
The new zombie movie “Warm Bodies” opens this weekend. Mark talks with local zombie enthusiast Ryan Vance, an officer with the St. Louis Chapter of the Zombie Squad.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, February 1st – Chili and Superbowl, Don Lents on Mayor Ed Koch, Nick Turse on Vietnam War
Charlie talks with Jane Butel about making the best chili; with Don Lents about the passing of former NY Mayor Ed Koch; with Bryan Edwards about restaurants’ gratuity fees; with Nick Turse about the Vietnam War; and with Prof. Richard Vedder about labor-force decline & soaring gov’t benefits.
It’s an emotional Reardon Roundtable Friday following the shooting tragedy in Connecticut.