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May 8th

The Kilcoyne Show
Mother’s Day Art Fair
@ Laumeier Sculpture Park
10am-1pm


May 9th

Inside Out Show
Daniels Farm and Greenhouse
11am-1pm


May 9th

The Big Sports Show

Saint Louis FC vs Wilmington Hammerheads
Soccer Park Fenton
6pm-10pm


May 11th

The Kilcoyne Show
@Ittner Architects
10am – 1pm


May 14th

The Big Sports Show

Saint Louis FC vs Toronto FC II
Soccer Park Fenton
6pm-10pm


May 16th

Inside Out Show
@ Art on the Square – Belleville, IL
11am-1pm


May 21st

The Kilcoyne Show
@ Furniture Outlet in Bridgeton
11am-1pm


May 22nd

The Kilcoyne Show & The Carney Show
@ Six Flags

10AM-3PM


May 24th

The Big Sports Show

Saint Louis FC vs Louisville City
Soccer Park Fenton
6pm-10pm

One last chance...
The Big 550 KTRS is happy to announce its annual Mother's Day Giveaway! This year we want to hear WHY you think your mother is the BEST! Submit your answer in 5 sentences or less and your mother could have the chance to win the grand prize package!!

 

The grand prize package will include an assortment of gifts from: 
The Muny, Cedar Lake Cellars, Massage Luxe and Edible Arrangements.

 

The Big 550 KTRS is working with the APA of Missouri to find furry friends their forever home!

 

The Animal Protective Association of Missouri is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond. The Animal Protective Association of Missouri is located at 1705 South Hanley Road, St. Louis, MO 63144 and their phone number is 314-645-4610

 

Click here to see The Big 550 Pet of the Week!

 
 
Issues in Education
A Roundtable Discussion with Leaders in Education


There is no greater influence for the success of our students, economy, and society than quality education; so, Ittner Architects, a firm renowned for revolutionizing school planning and design, is excited to host a new 90‐minute roundtable discussion with leaders in education that focuses on sharing real issues challenging educators and their plans for driving quality education.

Future programs will include leaders from Early Childhood through High School, Community Colleges, Universities, and Corporations who are retraining their workforce. The roundtables will be hosted in Ittner Architects’ Design Studio, and the programs will air monthly at 11:00 a.m. on the Big 550 KTRS Radio.

Listeners unable to tune‐in live can stream the discussion by going to the KTRS website:
http://www.ktrs.com/ktrsstreaming.
The Danny Cox Outdoor Show
 
The Big 550 is excited to announce its new addition to the Big Sports Show! Every Tuesday night from 8pm-9pm, the World Champion and big-game pitcher, Danny Cox combines his tremendous personality with a passionate love of the outdoors, to provide a weekly dose of radio entertainment. A Cardinals fan favorite, Danny attracts current and past Major League baseball stars, Hall of Famers, professional athletes from other sports, and even music rock stars onto the show.

Click here for more information on The Danny Cox Outdoor Show!
STAGES St. Louis presents Disney’s The Aristocats
June 3-28

STAGES St. Louis is thrilled to return to the Playhouse at Westport Plaza this summer with its Theatre for Young Audiences production, Disney’s The Aristocats.  You'll be clapping your paws and wagging your tail to our hep, jazzy beat.  This modern version of the familiar Disney classic is just purrrrr-fect for the entire family!

Pre-Show Experience: Join us one hour prior to each performance for special pre-show activities and games, provided in part by our Entertainment Partner Dave And Buster’s!

Single Tickets On Sale Now!

SPECIAL KTRS OFFER: Use Code: KTRS and receive the group price of $17!

314.821.2407 | stagesstlouis.org

Personality of the month 
Josh Gilbert

Josh joined KTRS in 2010, working early mornings on the weekends- shifts nobody else wanted. Five years later, he’s still doing the jobs no one wants to do, producing The John Carney Show. While not generally a very excitable guy, his first loves lie in music, film, and anything to do with pop culture. A “Like”er of very few Facebook pages, his dislikes run in the thousands, and when told he was "Personality of the Month", Josh relied in trademark fashion, "Do I have to do anything?" Privately, though, he as overjoyed! You can hear him complain on any number of topics, every day, as the Board Operator and self-proclaimed “voice of reason” on The Carney Show. Email him directly at josh.gilbert@ktrs.com.
Weekday Program Schedule
Monday-Friday
 
5:00am-6:00am: Farmer Dave Schumacher
Dave covers markets, long term agriculture, weather, interviews, and current events.
 
6:00am-10:00am: The McGraw Show
McGraw Milhaven and co-host Kelly Jackson start off the morning drive with a heavy dose of national and local news, sports, finance, politics, and top shelf thorough interviews.
 
10:00am-1:00pm: The Kilcoyne Show
Martin Kilcoyne is accompanied by co-host Randi Naughton.
 
1:00pm-3:00pm: The Carney Show
John Carney’s lively and entertaining program has all the great guests and features every day.
 
3:00pm-6:00pm: The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon
Frank O. Pinion and his co-hosts, Dan Strauss and Ian Geisz, host the most top-rated afternoon show.
 
6:00pm-6:30pm: FOX 2 Simulcast
 
6:30pm-9:00pm: The Big Sports Show
The Big Sports Show features John Hadley, Jim Heuer, Mike Kelly, Jim Holder, and many more. This segment covers all the major sports issues every weekday.
 
9:00pm-12:00am: Larry Conners USA
Larry Conners takes over the late night airwaves every weekday. With 37 years of experience as a St. Louis TV Anchor, Conners has seen and covered it all from local, national, and international news.
 


Memorial Day 2015

Monday, May 25th

 
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday, which is observed every year on the last Monday of May, was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who died while in the military service.
 

Who did St. Louis FC play in their home opener?

 

A: Rochester Rhinos

 

B: Louisville City

 

C: Pittsburgh Riverhounds

 

D: Oklahoma City Energy 


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