Urban Rock Artist, Reasn, talked to Martin and Randi about his rising musically career. Reasn is originally from Columbia, MO and got his start in St. Louis.
Filmmaker, Tony West, joined Martin and Randi to talk about his film Safe Side of the Fence. This film explores the legacy of the refinement of uranium by Mallinckrodt Chemical Works for the Manhattan Project. For the trailer or more information about the film check out his website, safesideofthefence.com.
Marlon West, graduate of University City High School, joined Martin and Randi to talk about his career working for Disney as an animator. He has worked on movies such as The Lion King, Pocahontas, Mulan, The Princess and the Frog and Frozen.
Former Iran Hostage, Rocky Sickmann, joined Martin and Randi to talk about that experience and his work now with Folds of Honor.
Howard Megdal, author of “The Cardinals Way,” joined Martin to talk about the access he was given and his experience getting to write that book. Howard will be coming to St. Louis for the STL Jewish Book Festival on Monday, November 14th.
Andrew Wanko joined Martin and Carney to talk about the Missouri History Museum’s new documentary, Show Me 66: Main Street Through Missouri.
Ralph Nader joined Martin to talk about the election and talk about his new book “Breaking Through Power: It’s Easier Than We Think.”
Film critic, Max Foizey, talked to St. Louis native and producer of Machester by the Sea, Kimberly Steward. They talked about Machester by the Sea and how she became a producer.
The first edition of the Kilcoyne Coffee Club included Flyover Coffee Club and Blueprint Coffee.
Darryl Strawberry joined Martin and Randi ahead of the Salvation Army Tree of Lights Luncheon. They talked baseball, Cubs winning the World Series and his latest work.