August 9, 2018 is the four-year anniversary of the unrest and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in a struggle with then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Paul Brown grew up in Ferguson. He saw the rioting first-hand. Paul is a news writer and reporter, having worked in television, radio and newspaper journalism for 38 years and will share what life is like today in this now well-known but still controversial community.
August 9, 2018 is the four-year anniversary of the unrest and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in a struggle with then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Darren Wilson.
A tiny percentage knew anything about Ferguson, Missouri until that day. The whole world soon knew about this small St. Louis suburban city. Nick Kasoff is a Ferguson resident and businessman. He witnessed the rioting first-hand. Nick already was involved with Ferguson issues but was an activist when a new City Charter was written.
Simon Says will air two episodes on August 9, 2018, the four year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting by police, resulting in riots seen around the world
CNBC contributor contributor Rob Plaza is back on Simon Says with bonus content about the recent tariffs President Donald Trump has ordered for many imports, particularly those from China and Canada.
CNBC contributor Rob Plaza, who is the Senior Vice President at KeyBank in Cleveland and Director of Equity Research, was interviewed for Simon Says on July 27 when it was announced the quarterly GDP rocketed to 4.1 percent.
Rob talks about companies that are generating good return for investors now and those we should be looking at investing with in the future.
NPR Board of Director member Jay Pearce address taxpayer funding of public broadcasting, and that non-broadcast ventures also are eligible for grants.
Jay Pearce, a member of the NPR Board of Directors, will be a recurring guest on Simon Says regarding issues about Public Broadcasting, particularly National Public Radio.
NPR’s Jay Pearce will be the first featured guest of Simon Says the week of July 22, to talk about broadcasting, journalism, and community involvement.
Who is Simon Says? Find out, and at the same time, learn who his first featured guest will be.
Award-winning broadcaster and journalist Scott Simon introduces his new Simon Says Podcast. Friend and former radio colleague Jay Kersting joins him for the announcement which was originally published as a Facebook Live post, and the audio of that broadcast is republished here for the podcast debut