It’s a Reardon Roundtable with State Senator Eric Schmitt, State Representative Stacey Newman, and local attorney Bryan Edwards. Topics include the veto of HB 1062 in Arizona, school transfers, Charlie Dooley, and the Jefferson City “Mean Boys.”
With Soulard Mardi Gras events in full stride, let’s take you back to the start of the event here and how it came to be so big. Mack Bradley is the President of the Mardi Gras Foundation.
We get an Oscar preview from Mark and Dr. Michael Callahan, a faculty member at De Smet Jesuit High School. Dr. Callahan teaches a film appreciation class to juniors and seniors.
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 County Councilman Steve Stenger responds to Charlie Dooley’s cryptic “I know where Charlie Dooley lives” line when announcing his re-election candidacy.
There is a lot going on with the Girl Scouts these days — Dessert First and the first ever Girl Scout Food Truck on March 1st. Bonnie Barczykowski is the CEO of the Girl Scouts Of Eastern Missouri.
Carlos Martinez has some Twitter problems. Ozzie Smith wants to make Opening Day a national holiday. What’s Mike Claiborne’s take on this?
Total Information PM: New York Times TV Critic Bill Carter Previews Seth Meyers’ First “Late Night” Show
Jimmy Fallon is now in place at The Tonight Show. Seth Meyers starts his show this evening. Bill Carter is a TV critic for The New York Times. He joins us.
Bloomberg News correspondent Johnathan Allen discusses his new book, “HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton.”
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “3 Days To Kill” and “Pompeii.”