Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, March 11th – Dr. Theodore Cicero on Heroin Use; Marc Lopata of Microgrid Solar on Aesthetics and Solar Panels; WSJ’s John Emshwiller on Bridgeton Landfill and the EPA; Chef Martin Lopez of Butler’s Pantry; STL Post-Dispatch’s Tony Messenger and UMSL Dr. Marty Rochester on One Unified School District for STL City and County; and Entrepreneur Anton Xavier and KMOX’s Michael Calhoun frm the South by Southwest Interactive Festival
Charlie and Debbie talk with Wash U Professor Theodore Cicero about heroin use; with Marc Lopata of Microgrid Solar; with WSJ’s John Emshwiller about the Bridgeton Landfill; and with Chef Martin Lopez of Butler’s Pantry; Charlie talks with STL Post-Dispatch’s Tony Messenger and with UMSL’s Prof. Marty Rochester about the possibility of one unified school district in STL City and County; and Entrepreneur Anton Xavier and KMOX Reporter Michael Calhoun from the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, TX.
CBS News Correspondent Erin Moriarty has the story on the long investigation into the Columbia, Missouri murder case of a newspaper sports columnist and why the convicted killer, Ryan Ferguson, is getting ready to leave prison after nearly a decade.
The Motor City Madman — Ted Nugent — responds to an editorial in the New Haven Register that compares him to the KKK.
Racism Involved With Vegetable Appearance In University City?
It’s the 20th anniversary of the classic baseball film “The Sandlot.” Mark talks with one of the actors — Patrick ‘Ham’ Renna — and director David Mickey Evans.
We get the latest on the developments involving the Boston Marathon bombing investigation from WBZ anchor Rod Fritz.
The Arch-Parks tax — Proposition P — passes in St. Louis City and St. Louis County. What happens now? Ryan McClure is with the group City Arch River.
Actor and comedian Judah Friedlander is appearing tonight at the Firebird downtown.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board takes a shot at Ed Martin, the newly elected Missouri Republican chair.
St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch gives his thoughts on making schools safer.