STAGES St. Louis
Hancock & Kelley – Friday, August 2nd – July Jobs Report; Scott Faughn of Mo. Times; David Stokes of Show-Me Institute; Henry Goldkamp; Robert Taubman; Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt on Student Transfers; and Legally Blonde at Stages St. Louis
John and Michael talk about the July job numbers report, with Scott Faughn of Mo. Times, with David Stokes about the Crestwood Mall and TIF money, with Henry Goldkamp about “What the Heck Is STL Thinking?”, with Robert Taubman about the new Chesterfield outlet mall, with Mo.State Sen. Eric Schmitt, and with actors from the Stages production of “Legally Blonde, The Musical”.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, June 5th — “Always…Patsy Cline” at Stages; St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann; Mike Shannon; Dr. Brian Rotskoff
Charlie talks with Zoe Vonder Haar and Jacqueline Petroccia, both starring in the Stages Production of “Always…Patsy Cline”; with St.Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann about the need for building inspectors in the aftermath of flooding and tornado activity; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Chicago Allergist and STL Native Dr. Brian Rotskoff about climate change and allgergies.
French Consul General Graham Paul stopped by the KMOX studio, Charlie followed up with Comptroller Darlene Green on SLU security & actress Tari Kelly visited as well.
Charlie announces the fifth and final St. Louisan who is “Most Crucial to the STL Region”, St. Louis Philanthropist Rex Sinquefield; and talks with Bethalto, IL, Native Casey Erin Clark, who stars as “Maria” in the Stages STL production of “The Sound of Music”. (For tixs, log on to http://www.stagesstlouis.org)
Becoming a parent is time-consuming, expensive and stress-inducing – and that’s with any child. If your child has special needs, the demands on your time and energy multiply. Fortunately, the best resources for special needs families in St. Louis can help.
Broadcasted from Stages St. Louis in Kirkwood, Charlie interviewed the best-selling author about her famous series featuring New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, plus her new book, “Wicked Business”.
Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a celebration of the life & times of the “Fats” Waller.
Charlie talks about TIF money to developers for new development not encouraging growth in St. Louis region, redesign plans for the STL Archgrounds, a new Broadway show produced by Jack Lane of Stages St. Louis, and Kirkwood, MO, Native Marci Soto, author of Ray and Me, talks about her 30-yr. affair with Singer/Songwriter Ray Charles.