The 28th edition of “Survivor” premieres tonight on CBS. Latasha Fox — a 1995 Alton High graduate — is a contestant in the “Brains tribe. Latasha is a CPA who works as a financial manager at Edward Jones in St. Louis.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson discusses the latest crime numbers for the City of St. Louis.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “Out Of The Furnace.”
Dan Duffy wants you to join The Big Bang on Laclede’s Landing tomorrow night for a fundraiser called The Half Fund, in honor of Movember and men’s health.
Lauren Lee made a video asking Justin Bieber to visit Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. October is National Movie Month. Kelly Hoskins is with Wehrenberg Theateres.
Mark is joined by Paul Hall to review “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Beasts of a Southern Wild,” and Carol Daniel speaks with a Wehrenberg Theaters spokeswoman on safety issues the chain employs.
Mark talks with Kelly Hoskins about “The Dark Knight” marathon, Blues broadcaster Chris Kerber about Big Brothers Big Sisters, and John Marshall about the Sixth Annual Gateway Dragon Boat Festival.
The Emerald Ash Borer, an exotic beetle, has started to make a home in St. Louis trees. Chris Hartley, an entomologist for the Missouri Botanical Garden, joins Mark to explain. Wehrenberg Theatre spokeswoman Kelly Hoskins […]
Guests include Laura McCarthy with First Night St. Louis and Kelly Hoskins with Wehrenberg Theaters.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films tells about all the big holiday movies out now. Carol on Cash Tomorrow is Wehrenberg Theatre’s annual Cans Film Festival to benefit the Salvation Army. Wehrenberg’s Kelly Hoskins tells […]