St. Louis County Library
A guest on the Charlie Brennan Show yesterday, Tom Sullivan says the County library system has enjoyed steady revenue growth.
Linda Goldstein is the co-chair of the Proposition L effort. It would increase property taxes by six cents to fund major renovations at county libraries.
The St. Louis area is rich with activities that are stimulating and appropriate for preschoolers. Whether you’re a local parent or a tourist looking for kid-friendly activities, you can find hundreds of options throughout the metro area that will appeal to your children’s sense of play.
With so much to do, it can be a challenge to narrow down a list of St. Louis’ best stuff for infants and toddlers, which is why we’ve taken the time to pull together a list for you!
Can you think of a better way to spend the summer than relaxing with a good book? St. Louis has a multitude of sources for the literature lover who is looking for the right book to read and book club with which to share his or her reading interests. So, join a club and get lost in a good book.
Charlie talks with Police Union Business Manager Jeff Roorda about possible police offcers’ layoffs; with Actor/Director Alex Hyde-White; with STL County Library Director Charles Pace about tax levy ballot initiative; with Tony La Russa, former STL Cardinals Skipper; with Washburn Univ. Prof. Paul Byrne about TIF’s; and with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon.
It’s the first increase the library has requested of voter since 1983.
Charlie talks with Former Cardinals Power Starting Pitcher Bob Forsch about last night’s Cardinals/Rangers game…with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Daniel Yergin, author of “The Quest” (Yergin speaking Fri., Oct. 21, 7:00P, STL County Library)…and with Steve Johnson with the Bowling Hall of Fame and Museum, now located in Arlington, Texas.
Tonight (May 13th) at the St. Louis County Library, Erik Larson (“The Devil in the White City”) stops by the discuss his latest work, “In the Garden of Beasts.” Debbie Monterrey will conduct an on-stage interview with the narrative non-fiction master.
Changing the world one school at a time. Greg Mortenson, whose book “Three Cups of Tea” has inspired millions, will speak at the St. Louis County Library Friday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. I’m honored to emcee the event.