Charlie talks with Jay Leno, former host of NBC-TV’s “The Tonight Show” about the Ferguson MO shooting, the life of Robin Williams and
his upcoming trip to St. Louis. Charlei and Debbie talk with Thomas Harvey of Arch City Defenders, who have another perspective on anger in the community.
Comedian Dimitri Martin most famous for his role in the film “Taking Woodstock” joined Jon this morning on the show. Dimitri talked about his new book and tour both aptly named “Point Your Face At […]
President Obama doesn’t want to have to answer the “difficult” questions on the economy, jobs, the turmoil related to America in the Middle East, and more so he avoids solid news programs to go on popular fluff shows to get softball questions.
Quinn proclaimed Sunday as “Jay Leno Day” in honor of the comedian’s work with an Illinois-based empowerment group dedicated to helping children and families.
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Jay Leno and Aretha Franklin get to break in the new stage.
Event expected to raise ‘significant’ amount of cash for ‘silent’ disease
The Queen of Soul and a late-night TV icon to take the stage.
Ten years after the trash can incident, no new fodder for Leno.
Charlie talks with Missouri Senator Jane Cunningham about Missouri child labor laws, Mayor Francis Slay about the STL police board, Ed Clark from the St. Louis Police Officers Association and CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss about GOP freshmen vote on the second F-35 engine funding.