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A local public health expert says the U.S. continues to quietly prepare behind the scenes to protect the nation from any possible chemical or biological attack.
The break in a 20 inch main flooded the Chaifetz Arena parking lot and cut off water to the two Marchetti Towers at Grand and Lacelde.
For instance, music therapist Crystal Weaver says they have found that increasing tempo can have a measurable, physiological impact.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, May 30th – Eric Holder Story, Busking in STL, Legendary Guitarist Christopher Parkening
Charlie talks with CBS News Reporter Jill Jackson about the Justice Dept. seizing phone records of reporters; with ACLU Legal Director Anthony Rothert about difficult rules, fees and regulations for STL street performers; and with Legendary Classical Guitarist Christopher Parkening.
Charlie talks with NBA Legend Earl Monroe; with Poet/Writer/Author Maya Angelou; with Dr.Timothy Lomperis about Fr. Biondi’s resignation from St. Louis University; with Dan Duncan about an upcoming sneak preview you may want to take advantage of; and with Market Analyst Al Goldman about the state of the markets.
On the day the university president announces his intention to retire, there’s a leadership change at the board of trustees.
Charlie talks with Edward Achorn who wrote a book about the founder of the STL Cardinals, who amassed a fortune, but died a pauper; with Wall Street Journal’s Damian Paletta about the “Obama Budget Spreading the Tax Pain”; and with SLU Care Allergist Dr. Raymond Slavin about pollen season.
So what was it like to have been in the room with the new Pope when the final vote total was announced?
“This new diet that has come out is about restricting diet for two days a week, down to 500 calories for women and 600 calories for men.”
Interim Dean Tom Keefe says he was too outspoken for the job.