Thursday, March 28, 2013
Gala planned April 13 at the Paladium in South St. Louis.
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Thursday, March 28
Information is provided by the St. Louis Society for the St. Louis Society for the Blind & Visually Impaired. Charlie Brennan of KETC-TV and KMOX Radio Will Be Among VIPs Honored at The Visionary Gala Hosted by St. Louis Society for the Blind & Visually Impaired on April 13. Douglas D. Koch, M.D. will receive the Society’s Internationally Distinguished Leslie Dana Gold Medal. The Visionary Gala awards dinner will be held at The Palladium Saint Louis. The Society’s Visionary Gala will feature a cocktail reception, dinner and wine service, desserts, live music and presentation of the internationally distinguished Leslie Dana Gold Medal to Douglas D. Koch, M.D. Dr. Koch is a foremost scholar, clinician, surgeon and Professor of …
Monday, October 22, 2012
The De Smet graduate was a member of the 1973 boys basketball team that won a state championship. He died Sunday after a battle with rectal colon cancer.
Wednesday 12:45 a.m. Update: According to information posted on Legacy.com via The St. Louis Post Dispatch, a memorial service for Jim Goessling will be held Saturday morning at 11:30 a.m. at De Smet Jesuit, following visitation which starts at 10 a.m., also at the school. Original Story: Word surfaced Monday morning that Jim Goessling, a member of the 1973 state title basketball team at De Smet who went on to a career as a dealmaker in the world of sports and radio in St. Louis, died Sunday. De Smet Athletic Director John Stewart confirmed the news Monday. Goessling, who lived in Creve Coeur, had been fighting rectal colon cancer over the last few years. Patch interviewed Goessling in 2011 when he was presented with the American Cancer …
Monday, July 30, 2012
Both men are seeking to become the Democratic Party's candidate for 1st District U.S. Representative.
The first live debate between Democratic candidates Russ Carnahan and William Lacy Clay will air Monday on KMOX 1120 AM. The two are opponents in the Aug. 7 primary for 1st District U.S. Representative. “This race has turned contentious and the public needs to hear some straight answers," stated radio personality Charlie Brennan, who will moderate the event from 10 to 11 a.m. as part of The Charlie Brennan Show. The candidates will get one minute to answer each question posed to them. If one candidate mentions his opponent during an answer, his opponent will get 30 seconds to respond. What questions would you ask the candidates if you had the chance?
Thursday, March 15, 2012
A suit challenging the ticket system was dismissed this week in St. Louis County Court.
Creve Coeur City Attorney Carl Lumley tells KMOX Radio that "hopefully at some point soon this will be behind us." He's referring to the latest round of good news the city received with regard to the existing red light camera system, which tickets drivers caught going through red lights at certain intersections. A class action suit challenging the system was dismissed in St. Louis County Court earlier this week and comes on the heels of a recent state appellate court decision supporting the policy. Read The St. Louis County Decision Here Vote in our poll and tell us what you think of the program!
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
101.1 will offer special programming along with the national radio broadcast of the fall classic between the Cardinals and Rangers.
Two months ago, Creve Coeur-based WXOS 101.1 FM had plans to rearrange evening programming, effective in early October. Among the moves, a show featuring Brian Stull and Chris Duncan was going to occupy the 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. weeknight slot, followed by Cliff Saunders' "The Late Shift," which would move to an earlier 8 p.m. slot. Thanks to the St. Louis Cardinals' inspired run through the postseason, those changes have been put on hold. The ESPN Radio affiliate has carried the national broadcasts of most of the Major League Baseball postseason, including all of the Cardinals games, which continues with Wednesday's start of the World Series. “101 ESPN is rebuilding our entire schedule because of the Cardinals post-season success...and we love…
Monday, October 17, 2011
Sunday afternoon dozens of demonstrators protested outside Monsanto headquarters building on Lindbergh.
"Pure Evil," read one sign. Sunday afternoon, dozens of protesters lined the street outside Monsanto's global headquarters on 800 Lindbergh Blvd, holding signs critical of the company's work with genetically modified foods. It was all part of an international day of protest against companies in the business of genetically modified food. Local protests in St. Louis were led by Safe Food Action St. Louis. Several police officers were on hand monitoring the protest. Cars drove by and honked approval.. A handful of protesters were also spotted along Skinker Blvd, near Washington University in St. Louis. In a company statement released to KMOX radio, Monsanto said in part: We respect each individual’s right to express his or her point of view…