Charlie talks with Dr. Rick Rosenfeld, criminologist at the Univ. of Mo.-St. Louis, about the success of New York’s stop and frisk program in high crime areas. Would it work in St. Louis?

Charlie talks with Lisa Siefert, who lost her 2-year-old son, Shane, when a dresser fell on top of him. Siefert has created Shane’s Foundation to make parents aware of the danger of tip-over furniture. Log on to, for more information.

Spanish Guitarist Virtuoso Rafael Aguirre discusses his appearance in St. Louis and plays “Star Wars” music in the KMOX studios. His performance will be Sat., Mar. 23, 2013, 8:00 PM, at the Ethical Society on Clayton Road in STL. For tickets, log on to, or call


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