Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson has won an extension of the exclusive exhibit that features the actual violin Titanic band leader, Henry Wallace Hartley played as the Titanic slipped away.
It’s Total Information AM with Brian Kelly and Maria Keena. On this edition, Brian and Maria get a chance to talk to the executive director for the annual “Go! St. Louis Marathon and Family Fitness Weekend”, Nancy Lieberman. Tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. The Post Dispatch’s Tim O’Niel tells us about how PD Reporter Carlos Hurd landed the story of a lifetime. You won’t want to miss this!
There’s nothing like theater in St. Louis, and luckily there is no shortage of rich and unique, dramatic performances from indoor, outdoor, dinner theater and more.
The first time 1997 Academy Award Best Picture winner Titanic was on the big screen, the epic brought in $28,638,131 on its opening weekend.
John and Michael talk with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Bill Donius about his new book, “Thought Revolution” (booksigning tonight at STL Public Library Schlafly Branch, 225 N. Euclid Ave., 7P-8:30P); with former U.S. Senator Jim Talent about Illinois primary results; with Tom Lang, Chrmn. of Citizens for Safe Courts and Kids about Proposition S; with Colin Goddard of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Violence about the Trayvon Martin case; and with Helen Benziger, great-granddaughter of the “unsinkable Molly Brown” about a new Titanic exhibit in Branson, Missouri.
Christian Barnes, the Yankee fan who caught Derek Jeter’s 3000th hit, now owes the IRS thousands of dollars. Why is this and what can Barnes do? St. Louis tax attorney Steven Brown stops by to answer those questions and more.
If renovation plans succeed, the home where the legendary Titanic survivor grew up could reopen to the public by Memorial Day.