Collateral Damage with D. J. Wilson
Steve Patterson, writer for urbanreviewstl.com, talks with DJ about the Larry Rice homeless shelter, further developments with the Edward Jones Dome and the legalization of marijuana in Colorado.
Fred Lindecke talks about his efforts to prevent public funding for sports stadiums in St. Louis. He also expounds upon the news of the Rams owner's plans to build a new stadium in Los Angeles.
A Byron Christmas Quote Show
Don't be fooled by the title; these quotes have nothing to do with Christmas. But Byron Kerman and DJ might just be able to put a smile on your face long enough to get you through the holiday season.
John Ammann and Brendan Roediger
Professors of Law at SLU, John Ammann and Brendan Roediger deliver their opinions on the court proceedings for involving Darren Wilson as well as their thoughts on how the police are handling the aftermath.
Lana discusses the upcoming national and local elections and how they might affect us.
Carolyn Randazzo and Rev. Charles Burton
Chair of the Education Task Force, Carolyn Randazzo and Reverend Charles Burton, President of the United Congregations of Metro East, are talking about the inequality of public schools in the St. Louis area and what needs to be done to improve the...
Radio voice extraordinaire Hank Thompson is this week's guest talking about his view on the events in Feguson and what he believes the black community there needs to do to improve political matters.
Online reporter for the River Front Times Lindsay Toler details the ins and outs of her job including her coverage of the ongoing events in Ferguson. You can get more news from Lindsay by following her on twitter @StLouisLindsay.
Gary Wiegert gives a policeman's perspective as to why he thinks marijuana should be made legal in Missouri.
DJ talks with Toby Weiss, a self proclaimed "North County Girl," about white flight in St. Louis. You can follow Toby on twitter @toby1319.
Ken Warren, political science professor for St. Louis University, noted author and veteran pollster gives his views on the upcoming election for St. Louis county executive and as well as the events in Ferguson.
Emily Twarog, assistant professor at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, talks with DJ about the labor movement and how it compares to the women's rights movement.
DJ talks transportation with Les Sterman, former director at East-West Gateway Council of City Governments. Les highlights why Amendment 7 failed and how to improve upon the Metrolink.
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.
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