St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, January 14th – Catey Hill on Weight Loss Industry; Nick Pistor on his book, The Ax Murders of Saxtown; and Andrew Couch and Erin Budde on CandyLab.com and Entrepreneurism in STL
Charlie talks with Marketwatch.com Reporter Catey Hill about her article, “10 Things the Weight Loss Industry Won’t Tell You”. Nick Pistor, STL Post-Dispatch reporter, talks about his new book, “The Ax Murders of Saxtown: The […]
Hancock & Kelly – Tuesday, December 3rd – Boeing 777x; IBEW and Contractors Assn.; Michael’s Op Ed Piece on Pessimism in STL; Carolyn Clark of Yahoo!; and Mo. State Rep. Jeff Roorda and Thanksgiving Day Shopping
John and Michael talk with Kathy Osborn of RBC about luring Boeing 777x manufacturing plant to STL; with Doug Martin of the Electrical Contractors Assn. and Frank Jacob of Local 1, IBEW; with Carolyn Clark of Yahoo! on top searches of 2013; and with Mo. State Rep. Jeff Roorda, who wants to ban retail sales on Thanksgiving day. They also discuss Michael’s op ed piece on why STL does not believe in itself.
Charlie celebrates 25 years on KMOX Radio with a live broadcast from the Anheuser-Busch Biergarten and guests, Debbie Monterrey, Doug McElvein, Carol Daniel, Captain Rodger Brand, Harry Harry, Ron Jacober, John Hancock, Michael Kelley, KMOX General Manager John Sheehan, Joe Edwards of Blueberry Hill and Charlie’s former co-host, Kevin Horrigan.
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Charlie Brennan – Thursday,February 21st – Is the Post-Dispatch Favoring Slay Over Reed in Its Mayoral Race Coverage?
Charlie talks with STL Antonio French and Christopher Ave of the STL Post-Dispatch about coverage of the STL Mayoral race; and with Jennifer Chiaverini, author of “Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker”.
Lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post Dispatch joins the show to talk about Cardinals news and rumors. St Louis Post Dispatch Rams beat write Jim Thomas joins the show to […]
Tonight’s result sets up what is likely to be a closely-watched November contest between the Republican candidate and incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill.
St. Louis-area residents are being warned to keep an eye out for two men posing as inspectors for Missouri American Water Co.
The hot, dry weather is taking a toll on water mains.
23 staffers from the newsroom, advertising and production have been laid off.