Derrick talks to Ryan McClure, Director of Communications for CityArchRiver about protecting the symbol of St. Louis, the Gateway Arch. As a nearly $380 million reimagining of the Jefferson Expansion Memorial National Park comes to completion, we discuss the importance of public-private partnerships, the Arch's history, and what the park means to St. Louisans.
Derrick talks to Tom Schlafly about his enormously successful, St. Louis-based microbrewery, the Saint Louis Brewery Company. With its line of Schlafly beers, the company led a boom of microbreweries in St. Louis. Schlafly discusses his upbringing in the area, why he picked a forgotten neighborhood to start his business in, and how he's going head-to-head, and winning, against the King of Beers.
Derrick talks to Benjamin Hochman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about his upbringing in St. Louis and his stellar high school sports career. Later in the show, Hochman discusses covering the effects of Hurricane Katrina, the best moments he's covered, and how Twitter has changed sports journalism.
Derrick talks with Cindy Preszler, former longtime Chief Meteorologist for KSDK-TV, now Executive Producer for WeatherSTL.com, a new weather resource for St. Louis Metro residents.
Derrick talks with Randy Karraker, host of "The Fast Lane" on 101.1 ESPN, the top-rated afternoon radio show in St. Louis. Karraker talks about his 30 years in sports radio, why we care so much about sports, and his favorite St. Louis sports memories.