Charlie talks about the life of City Museum Creator Bob Cassilly who died unexpectedly yesterday while in a bulldozer on the land he called “Cement Land”. Guests included D. J. Wilson, former RFT writer who wrote a 3,000 word article on Bob Cassilly and his STL projects, Cementland Project Manager Jay Watson Scott, Sculptor Harry Weber, STL Convention and Visitors Commission President Kitty Radcliffe, and former Univ. of Miami Assoc. Professor of Sculpture, Tim Curtis.

Charlie talks with Itzhak Perlman, one of the best violinsts in the world and who will be appearing at a St. Louis Symphony performance on Sat., Oct. 1. For tickets, call 314-534-1700, or log on to

  1. Brenda says:

    Charlie Brennan—what was the math site that was mentioned this morning where kids and parents can go for help with any sort of math problem? I thought you said Konn or but I can’t seem to find it. Thanks

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