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Hancock and Kelley are the odd couple of politics. Hancock, a Republican, and Kelley, a Democrat, are political consultants who used to lob grenades at each other when they were executive directors of their political parties. But there was no animosity when they joust on-air. No yelling. No personal attacks. No name-calling. While they disagree on most everything political, they have become friends. They counter each other calmly, often with humor. Off the air, they give each other personal ...
 
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In part 2 with St. Louis media personality Tammie Holland, they touch a bit more of her time on the radio with "The Breakfast Crew" through personal and humorous moments. Plus they talk about her progress fighting Stage 4 colon cancer where she puts to rest rumors and gives assurance to her fans. She shows her gratitude towards her fans, and why sh…
 
St. Louis radio legend Tammie Holland blesses her presence with a 2-part interview with Palmer Alexander. In Part 1, Tammie discusses admiration for fans who love sports, getting her first gig with STL sports radio legend Charlie Tuna, working for a black-owned TV station, working with The Breakfast Crew (Tony Scott, Guy Torry, and Arika Parr), plu…
 
Blair Ledet, anchor and reporter of KTVI Fox 2, returns to the podcast to talk with Palmer about being embraced in St. Louis, adjusting to a new culture, plus...is she a fan of Imo's Pizza??? If not, she can always go to our sponsor at Cafe Piazza, who's sponsoring this segment along with Cross Grand Photography.…
 
In this edition of "The Monologue," The Livn' Legend gives producer Arlington some trouble, then he gives a tribute to Thurman, a fan of the show. He discusses how St. Louis sports radio host Randy Karraker has a week-long Twitter "discussion" with Thurman and his talk with St. Louis mayor Tishaura Jones. If you have followed the last two monologue…
 
The Livn' Legend continues on about the STL football lawsuit in this edition of "The Monologue." But please try not "get in your feelings" when discussing this. The Livn' Legend doubles down on the hypocrisy from some STL leadership with professional sports. Plus he turns into Dr. Kil to help Randy Karraker (of 101 ESPN in St. Louis) get out of his…
 
In Part 2, Les Thomas gives his thoughts on the STL vs NFL lawsuit, covering different sports while working on the "60 Minute Warning," along with a hilarious moment that happened while at a Rams game involving safety Jerome Carter. This segment is sponsored by Cross Grand Photography and Cafe Piazza.…
 
Les Thomas from Red Cups On The Sideline joins Palmer for a 2-part interview. In Part 1, they talk about the "Red Cups On The Sideline" crew forming a brotherhood along with working together on their St. Louis internet-based sports show "The 60 Minute Warning," and give his thoughts on the NBA season so far. This segment is sponsored by Cross Grand…
 
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