First off, our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Paris and Gary Pinkel and his family.  Too often, it seems, we begin the weekend with heavy hearts.

On the program Saturday we learned about the upcoming executive sleep out for the homeless, a new program to teach young people that police officers aren’t the enemy, a preview of next summer’s Muny season and birthday celebrations.

The Covenant Missouri Executive Sleep Out is Thursday night. That’s the night the leaders of several area corporations sleep outside to raise money for Covenant House and increase the awareness of youth homelessness. Express Scripts President Tim Wentworth will be among them. He tells us all about it here. To find out more about the sleep out click here.

S.T.O.P., or Students Talking it Over with Police, started in Milwaukee, and is now in three St. Louis schools with more to come. It’s a program that teaches 7th through 12th graders that police officers are human and are not their enemy. Brian checked out one of the classes this week and talked about it with the St. Louis Police Department’s Juvenile Division Commander, Lt. Perry Johnson. You can hear their chat here.

The Muny announced it’s 2016 schedule a few days ago. This morning Harry Hamm talked about it and some other entertainment news. Click here to hear what he had to say.

Ever hear a real prince give a weather forecast? You can by clicking here and listening to our celebrity birthday list. It also includes a member of Styx and a Saturday Night Live star from Cleveland.

On Sunday, Harry reviews “Love the Coopers”. We preview Holiday Lights at the A-B brewery and the Thanksgiving Concert for Circle of Concern.

Here’s hoping you have a great day. We’ll talk with you tomorrow!

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