Mike Jones, Vice President for the Missouri State Board of Education, gives his thoughts on the latest ongoings in Ferguson.
Tibetan Monk Tsewang Thinley of the Drepung Gomang Monastery discusses his first visit to America, as well as life in a monastery. Tsewang and other Drepung Gomang monks will be making presentations about the creation of Sand Mandalas at The Healing...
Virvus Jones returns to discuss the recent riots in Ferguson, and last week's election results.
Byron Kerman is back again to talk about pizza donuts, PB&J hot dogs, and drive thru sushi. Byron also talks about Zack Smithey, an artist who has created more than one hundred different paintings of Mark Twain. You can check out Zack's art at...
Eddie Roth, Deputy Chief of Staff for St. Louis, talks about why he thinks Amendment 7 will benefit St. Louis and the rest of Missouri. You can follow Eddie on Twitter @eddieroth.
Cara Spencer and Scott Ogilvie
Cara and Scott explain their frustration with the proposed Amendment 7, a bill that would increase the sales tax in Missouri to pay for road improvement. You can find out more about why they oppose the amendment by visiting the website Vote No on...
Aunt Ruth Special
DJ is joined by his brother Tim as they remember their late Aunt Ruth the way she wanted: through a number of amusing anecdotes from her life.
Dave Leipholtz and Marius Johnson
Dave and Marius talk about their not for profit, Better Together, and their work researching what benefits and disadvantages are brought about by the separation of St. Louis City and County. You can find out more about their research at...
Reporter and author Kevin Killeen talks about his new book Try to Kiss a Girl. DJ and Kevin trek their way through serious topics such as family vacations and learning as a child about the birds and the bees. You can follow Kevin's twitter...
Author Jim Merkel talks about his new book, The Making of Icon. Jim gives details about the building of the Gateway Arch and the controversy surrounding it during its inception. You can check out Jim's website here.
DJ chats with Toby Weiss, architect, photographer and musician, about the history behind the show Masters of Sex and the north and south divide of St. Louis. DJ also attempts to pronounce millenial. You can check out Toby's website or follow her on...
Journalist Traci Angel discusses with DJ the history of the infamous Lake of the Ozarks as well as the current pollution problems it is having. You can find out more about her research on the lake by checking out her new book The Scars of Project 459.
DJ talks with John Posey, member of the National Climate Assessment Development and Advisory Committee, about climate change and how it is affecting our society currently and how it will in the future. You can find out more about climate change by...
Alderman for the 6th Ward in St. Louis, Christine Ingrassia talks about her efforts to increase voter participation in local communitites. You can find out more about Christine and what issues she tackles by visiting her website at...
Tom Villa, alderman of Saint Louis' 11th ward, discusses current local issues including responding to concerns about crime in the area, unusual complaints from citizens, potential adjustments to the state's sales tax, and the capital improvement bond...
Scott Ogilvie, alderman of the 24th ward here in St. Louis jams with DJ about his switch to running as a democrat, the inaccessability of seeing how your representatives vote, and why bike lanes are important. You can follow Scott on Twitter...
DJ talks politics with Lana Stein, professor at UMSL and contributer to the St. Louis Beacon. Lana goes in depth about Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy as well as present issues like the Ukraine conflict.
Editorial Page Editor for the St. Louis Post Dispatch Tony Messenger talks with DJ about his Broncos fandom, his opinion on the marajuana laws in Missouri, and what it's like working at the Post. You can hit up Tony on his twitter @tonymess.
Steven Brawley and Sharon Smith
DJ chats with Steven and Sharon about their work of rounding up projects by the LGBT community and documenting it for future generations. You can find out more about Steven's work by visiting his website stlouislgbthistory.com.
Tim Fitch, Police Chief
Tim Fitch talks about his upcoming retirement plans from his current post as Police Chief of St. Louis. We also hear his opinion on crime statistics in St. Louis, why he isn't planning on running for public office as well as what his favorite cop...
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