KMOX Profiles: R. Marie GriffithR. Marie Griffith is the author of "Moral Combat: How Sex Divided American Christians & Fractured American Politics." She is the John C. Danforth Distinguished professor at Washington University. She chats with Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Brian EttlingBrian Ettling, a South County native, spends half the year as a park ranger at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. His work as a climate change speaker/educator landed him on Comedy Central's "Tosh.O." Debbie Monterrey interviews this "climate change comedian."
Thermostat WarsIt's a battle that's been raging as long as there have been thermostats. But in my defense, my preference is backed by science!
KMOX Profiles: Marty K. CaseyMarty K. Casey is a St. Louis-based actress/singer/writer/director who's appeared on stage, on television and in motion pictures. She's won awards for her work in the community. She'll return to the stage here in "Menopause the Musical." She chats with Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Amanda DoyleAmanda Doyle is a St. Louis author of five books, including "100 Things To Do In St. Louis Before You Die" and "Standing Up For Civil Rights In St. Louis." She talks about St. Louis' gems with Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Anthony KiekowAnthony Kiekow, now with the St. Louis Symphony, is a familiar face to many in St. Louis as a former reporter and news anchor for FOX 2 and KMOV. He speaks with Debbie Monterrey about how his careers came about despite major obstacles in his teenage years.
KMOX Profiles: Bill Wilkerson and Wendy WieseWe remember longtime St. Louis Broadcaster Bill Wilkerson who recently passed. Wilkerson enjoyed a 40-year career in St. Louis, first at KMOX, and then KTRS radio. From February 2016, here’s Bill Wilkerson and Wendy Wiese with Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Scott SteinbergScott Steinberg, award-winning professional speaker and trends expert, author of numerous books, including "The Modern Parent's Guide to Facebook and Social Networks," "Make Change Work for You," and "Reinventing Yourself." He chats with Debbie Monterrey.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Post-Harvey W, Sexual Harrassment & Online SafetyCall it the Weinstein Watershed Moment--everyone is talking sexual harrassment, #MeToo, will it change anything? And keeping kids safe on social media.
KMOX Profiles: Tim NowakTim Nowak is the executive director of World Trade Center St. Louis. Since 1993, WTCSTL has been helping companies in our region grow globally. He and Debbie Monterrey discuss St. Louis' global presence, foreign investment and the importance of diversity.
KMOX Profiles: Debra HollingsworthShe's a familiar face if you are involved in non-profits in St. Louis. For more than a dozen years, Debra Hollingsworth managed the multi-million dollar philanthropic fund for SBC/AT&T in St. Louis. She speaks with Debbie Monterrey about the ripple effect of doing good.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Growing Up, Play Dates & Kicking AddictionKids are NOT growing up too fast, opposite may be true, says new study. Some rules for playdates. And what to do when your child can't kick an addiction. Vince Hillyer of Great Circle joins us.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Your Junk, Your Sleep & the American DreamWe talk junk (or treasure?), is the American Dream dead? And the chairman of the National Sleep Foundation, Dr. Joseph Ojile, discusses our sleep issues.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Harvey Havoc, Sports Injuries & Popularity BAD?Houston-native Aisha discusses horrors of Harvey; Dr. Drew Blackman of St. Luke's on sports injuries in kids; can being popular be a BAD thing?
Aisha & Debbie Dish: Hamilton, Malala & ChessLessons from "Hamilton" the musical, Malala and chess!