Blues broadcaster Chris Kerber joins the show to discuss the end of the NHL lockout.
How much will you be paying in taxes under the new tax bill? Also, a preview of the top 2013 electronics.
Mark and Paul Hall review new releases in cinema, and Jim Barry gives us some gadget gift ideas.
We talked about yesterday’s primary in New Hampshire. Plus, we hit both the Consumer Electronics Show and Detroit Auto Show as well.
Jim Barry with the Consumer Electronics Association gives us a preview of the annual International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Mark on Money Jeff Gilbert, WWJ Detroit’s auto reporter, gives us a preview of […]
The Mark Reardon Show: Naughty or Nice List, Legendary Coach on MIZ v ILL, Illinois’ Disenfranchised, Hot Holiday Items
Bernie Becker with The Hill tells us about Grover Norquist’s annual Naughty or Nice list. Legendary Mizzou coach Norm Stewart talks with Mark about tonight’s basketball game between Mizzou and Illinois. Illinois Representative Bill Mitchell […]
Legendary Director in St. Louis Movie director Roger Corman is in town this weekend to attend the Vincentennial celebration honoring the 100th birthday of Vincent Price. Mark on Money If you’re selling a used car […]
There’s some big changes coming in the way people will receive their Social Security monies.
Is it time to knock down the levees? Captain Mike Bush is the St. Louis Confluence Riverkeeper and he says “yes”.
Jim Barry brought a variety of competitors to the iPad for us to look at.
Michael Hall of the Cardinals told us about how you can help the tornado victims by attending tonight’s game.
Jim Barry brings us the news from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, Michelle Corey shares her advice to keep your money when renewing your gym membership, and KMOX’s Phil Brooks discusses the opening day events for the Missouri State Legislature.
Doug and Debbie discuss U.S. auto sales for 2010 and look ahead to 2011. They also chat with Jim Barry from the Consumer Electionics Convention and TV Guide’s Matt Roush.