the Rev. Larry Rice
This week, the St. Louis Board of Public Service could render its decision on whether to revoke the homeless center’s hotel permit.
Charlie talks with the Rev. Larry Rice, who plans on taking a caravan of homeless people to the Galleria mall, due to the105 degree temperatures expected outside tomorrow; and with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.
Charlie talks with the Rev. Larry Rice who wants the homeless at the Galleria; with Sgt. Jason Grellner of Franklin County, MO, about a woman cooking meth at a local WalMart; with Bob Edgar of Common Cause and Chuck DeVore of the TX Public Policy about ALEC; and with STL Sculptor Harry Weber about today’s Dred and Harriet Scott statue dedication.
Charlie talks with John Pizzarelli, re: new CD; with the Rev. Larry Rice, post-arrest; with John Londoff, Jr., about Missourians paying no sales tax if they buy vehicles in Ill.; and with Lee Fetter about STL Children’s Hospital Day at Six Flags.
Charlie talks with “Calendar Girl” Singer Neil Sedaka; with Robin Wahby and Prof. Martin Rochester who take differing viewpoints on transfer students and unaccredited STL schools; with 1904 World’s Fair Society President Michael Truax about fact and fiction surrounding the Fair; and with the Rev. Larry Rice and Bill Siedhoff about the moving of the STL homeless encampments.
Charlie talks with Time magazine Editor Nancy Gibbs about her book, “The Presidents Club “; with STL Immigration Att’y Ken Schmidt about the Arizona immigration law; with John Regenbogen of Scenic Missouri about State billboard legislation; with Ray Hartman about the upcoming “Costas to the Max” event this Sat., Apr. 28, honoring Disability Rights Activist Max Starkloff; and with the Rev. Larry Rice about moving the Downtown STL homeless encampment.
Charlie talks about the $1/2 billion+ Mega Millions jackpot, talks with the Rev. Larry Rice about the Anna Brown case; with Anthony “Tony” Sestric about his book, “57 Years: A History of the Freedom Suits in the Missouri Courts”; and with Opal Henderson,
who lost her property to the City by way of eminent domain and has not been paid.