The St. Louis Scottish Games and Cultural Festival gets underway tonight and tomorrow in Forest Park. Mark Sutherland has all the details.
Time Magazine TV critic James Poniewozik talks about last night’s Emmy Awards and the new fall TV season.
Has Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner has been convinced yet that the U.S. needs to make a military strike against Syria?
An Ellisville man gets a ticket for flashing his lights to alert oncoming motorists about a possible speed trap just ahead. Jeffrey Mittman is executive director of the ACLU of Eastern Missouri.
Missouri State Representative Caleb Rowden discusses why he is trying to expand the gun industry in Missouri
Veteran music journalist Michael Walker is author of the new book “What You Want is in the Limo: On the Road with Led Zeppelin, Alice Cooper, and The Who in 1973, the Year the Sixties Died and the Modern Rock Star was Born.”
St. Louis Aldermen and the Mayor are calling on judges to get tougher on gun crimes. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson and Alderwoman Jennifer Florida join us to discuss the issue.
The Motor City Madman Ted Nugent joins Mark all hour to talk all things political — and musical — leading up to his concert here this weekend.
Josh Kraushaar tells us about Chris Christie’s secret gastric band surgery.
Mark is live today and Thursday in Washington, D.C.