Charlie talks with “Calendar Girl” Singer Neil Sedaka about his new children’s book, Dinosaur Pet, and aboaut his upcoming May 16th, 7:30PM, appearance at the Jewish Community Center’s Staenberg Family Complex. For Information, log on to

Charlie talks with Robin Wahby, education liaison for STL Mayor Francis Slay’s office, and with Prof. Martin Rochester, Distinguished Teacher Professor at Univ. of Missouri-St. Louis, about transfer students and unaccredited STL schools.

Was the hot dog and iced tea created especially for teh 1904 World’s Fair? Michael Truax, President of the 1904 World’s Fair Society, clears up some myths about the Fair.

Bill Siedhoff, Director of STL Dept. of Human Services, and the Rev. Larry Rice of the New Life Evangelistic Center, face-off on the issue of moving St. Louis’s homeless encampments.


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