Trey Quinlan is the chef and owner of Trey Bistro. Sandy Oliver is a food historian and co-author of the book Giving Thanks: Thanksgiving Recipes and History, from Pilgrims to Pumpkin Pie.
Carol Fisher is a writer on cookbook and food history. She’s the author of The American Cookbook: A History.
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Can the airport lift off?(JUNE 13) Despite the success of flights to Memphis, mid-Missouri's airport still hinders the region's economic development. What could be done to increase airport traffic and better connect mid-Missouri to the world?
PLEASE JOIN US from 5-7p.m. THIS THURSDAY (4/28) for our second INTERSECTION HAPPY HOUR! Come meet the Intersection team! Intersection producers, technicians and host Reuben Stern are organizing a gathering to chat with you and your fellow
listeners. The happy hour will be held from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at
Broadway Brewery in Downtown Columbia (The District). Drop in at any
time to meet fellow listeners, share story ideas and chat about
what's going on in mid-Missouri and get special happy hour deals.
If you can't join us in person... *Video feed of the program begins streaming on this page at 2 p.m. *Live chat room will also be going here, so you can submit questions and chat with fellow online viewers. *You can also listen on the radio in mid-Missouri at 91.3 FM
Intersection Live Video Stream
Watch the discussion here each Monday starting at 2 p.m. Central time! Please join the chat (at right), or call in with your questions and comments: 573-882-8925.
Each week, we start with an issue that affects people like you in mid-Missouri. Then we line up a group of panelists who can speak intelligently about that topic, and bring them into the studio for a live discussion every Monday at 2 p.m.
Video of the program streams live online right here, along with an online chat room where you can interact with others in the audience.
Audio of the hour-long program is also broadcast live on NPR-affiliate radio station KBIA/91.3 FM. You can also catch a 30-minute rebroadcast Mondays at 6:30 p.m. The program also is rebroadcast throughout the week on CAT-TV and on Mediacom's local channel. We hope you will join the conversation by suggesting topics (below) and by sharing your thoughts and questions via phone, email or live online chat each Monday from 2 to 3 p.m.