Max McLean is the director of The Screwtape Letters, which will be performed this Saturday at the Touhill Performing Arts Center.
IKEA makes it official this morning. A new store will be built in midtown St. Louis at the southwest corner of Vandeventer and Forest Park. Joseph Roth is a spokesman for IKEA.
We get a closer look at the sunrise/sunset numbers for St. Louis and what it all means. Martin Israel is a professor of physics at Washington University.
Our own Michael Kelley has written an opinion piece in today’s St. Louis Post Dispatch titled “Pessimism takes root in St. Louis.”
Today’s Executive Edge focuses on Jennifer Labit, founder of Cotton Babies.
The Missouri Tigers will play in the SEC Championship this Saturday against Auburn after beating Texas A&M over the weekend. Todd Donoho works on the Mizzou broadcast for Learfield Sports. He is also author of the book “MizzouRah! Memorable Moments in Missouri Tiger Football History.”
The truth about tornadoes and typhoons. Richard Muller is a professor of physics at the University of California Berkeley. He’s co-founder of Berkeley Earth, a non profit research group focused on climate change.
What are some of the most memorable negative events that have happened in your working life? Chris Reimer is VP of social media at Falk Harrison. ALSO…what do you think about a restaurant that is offering a 50% discount IF you turn off your cell phones?
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “Frozen” and “Nebraska.”
Actor Bob Odenkirk discusses his role in the new movie “Nebraska” and what it was like playing Saul Goodman in “Breaking Bad.”