It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday, live from the QT gas station in Ferguson, Missouri.
Jim Mickle is the director of the new film “Cold in July.” It premieres this weekend at the Tivoli.
PBR bull riders Luke Snyder and Reese Cates are in town to celebrate the grand opening of the PBR Bar at Ballpark Village.
The Roundtable discusses topics including the Malaysian airliner, the Illinois primary, ObamaCare, and basketball in St. Louis this weekend.
Phil Keoghan is the host of “The Amazing Race.” Sunday is the premiere of a new All-Star edition.
Five years ago, Lafayette Square had no grocery or drug store. Today, the gorgeous, historic neighborhood epitomizes what’s happening in ‘hoods all over the City.
Skype and Snap Chat are hacked. What is happening? Should we be concerned? What can you do about it? Brad Young is an attorney and internet security specialist. He’s a partner with Harris, Dowell and Fischer.
Actor Michael O’Keefe stars in “Finding Neighbors.” The movie will be showing tomorrow night at the Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival.
Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright discusses his new Fantasy Football League.
Former “Price Is Right” host Bob Barker joins us to discuss Washington University’s decision to no longer use cats in its PALS training.