Posts by Matt N.
Winter Warm Up Wrapped Up
Cardinals’ Broadcaster John Rooney tells us how the Winter Warm Up and the Cardinals Caravan went.
Mark on Money
America’s Scholarship Coach Ben Kaplan tells us about the effect of home equity on financial aid.
Governor Covers Travel Budget
KMOX Jefferson City Correspondent Phil Brooks tells us about Governor Nixon’s news conference this afternoon.
John talks to author, Franklin Schneider about his book, “Canned: How I Lost 10 Jobs in 10 Years and Learned to Love Unemployment”.
Let’s Go to the Movies
Dan Trachtenberg, host of “The Totally Rad Show” has the latest news about the newest movies in theaters, including “The Green Hornet” starring Seth Rogen.
Barking With Tony LaRussa
John talks with St. Louis Cardinals Manager, Tony LaRussa about the latest news with his organization the Animal Rescue Foundation, or A.R.F.
John talks with comedian, Larry the Cable Guy about the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, coming to the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on March 11th.
Bud Light Beer Chat with Blues Coach Davis Payne
Kevin talks with Coach Payne about how the Blues ended their winning streaks and also answers questions from fans as well.
Kevin speaks with Cardinals Manager, Tony LaRussa about the recent pick ups of pitchers Ian Snell and Miguel Batista.
Baseball, Football and the BCS
Kevin talks with Yahoo! Sports reporter Jeff Passan about the National League Central Division and about his book Death to the BCS.
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Tonight
KMOX’s Mark Reardon gives us an update from L.A. on tonight’s BFCA Awards tonight on airing on VH1.
Carol on Cash
A new report shows Missouri credit scores are well below the national average. Bruce McClary, certified financial educator with Clear Point Credit Counseling Solutions, tells us why.
Coleman Case Calls for Two Juries
A judge in Illinous wants to empanel two juries to hear the triple murder trial of Chris Coleman. Local defense attorney Chet Pleban tells us why and how it will work.
Ed Martin Roundtable
A roundtable discussion with Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford, local politcal strategist Ed Rhode, and the national president of The Pachyderm Club John Weimann.
Pujols: More than A Game
With the Winter Warm Up in town this weekend, it’s the perfect time to talk baseball. Scott Lamb is the author of the forthcoming biography titled, “Pujols: More than a Game,” and he joins Ed to talk about his book.
Naming the Mississippi River Bridge
Should the new Mississippi River Bridge be named after former President Ronald Reagan? Grover Norquist is the founder of Americans for Tax Reform and he tells us about The Reagan Project.
Preview of Cards’ Winter Warm Up
Cardinals’ broadcaster John Rooney takes a look at the 2011 St. Louis Cardinals team and previews the upcoming Winter Warm Up.
Carol on Cash
What are some of the most common job interview mistakes? Alison Nawoj with CareerBuilder.com has the answers.
Stars to the Rescue
Cardinals’ Manager Tony LaRussa joins us to preview this Saturday’s ARF Fundraiser “Stars to the Rescue” at the Fox Theatre.
2011 Index of Economic Freedom
Kim Holmes, Heritage VP of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, tells us why the U.S. dropped in rankings again in the 2011 Index of Economic Freedom.
A New Year for Local Businesses
Randy McArthur, owner of McArthur’s Bakery, gives us his input on the current status of local businesses in the area and the struggle to keep on top of things.
Update From Congress
Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer joins Ed Martin to discuss the latest business in Washington.
Are Red Light Camera’s Helping?
Ed Martin takes the pros and cons on red light cameras from Jesse Irwin of WrongOnRed.com and Attorney Jane Ducher.