Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “Birdman.”
The cast of “Dear White People” hope the satire makes people think. Actors Brandon Bell and Marque Richardson join us in studio.
Community activist John Gaskin joins us to discuss the Michael Brown shooting investigation. Illinois Stat Representative, Mike Bost, joins us in studio.
Father Urey Mark is a priest from Liberia. He is currently serving at St. Nicholas Parish downtown on 18th street. His uncle recently died from Ebola. He’s been talking with his family back home about the epidemic and what they should do about it.
St. Louis Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Graham discusses the Michael Brown autopsy report on the thumb injury.
Eric Greitens is the founder of The Mission Continues. He discusses the upcoming gala.
The Reverend Traci Blackmon, pastor of Christ the King Church in Florissant, agrees with recent comments from Sojourners leader, the Reverend Jim Wallis, saying it’s time for whites to accept responsibility for racist systems.
Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch discusses this weekend’s New York Times piece on Ferguson officer Darren Wilson and the alleged struggled that took place in the police car with Michael Brown.
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “St. Vincent” and “Fury.”
Ted Melfi is the writer and director of the new movie “St. Vincent.”