8:30 am
Wed May 6, 2015

Mandeville Market Builds Community

The Mandeville Trailhead has hosted the community market for the past 13 years.
Credit Tegan Wendland / WWNO

Every week in Old Mandeville, the gray stucco train depot comes alive for the Mandeville Trailhead Community Market. Sponsored by the city, it saw about 24,000 visitors last year and hosts about 60 vendors every Saturday. It’s a place to buy local crafts, soap, honey, baked goods, and plants. Plus, it provides many with companionship and community.

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Latest News
7:59 am
Wed May 6, 2015

Katrina Flooding Hearing Set In New Orleans

A closed-door hearing will be held today in federal court over Hurricane Katrina flooding damage. It’s become a controversy in the nation’s capital.

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6:27 pm
Tue May 5, 2015

Sculpture Getting New Home In City Park

The Wave, created by Lynda Benglis for the 1984 World Exposition in Orleans, is finding a new home in City Park.
Credit NolaVie

Sometimes, just sometimes, communities can actually get together to do something that transcends politics.

The greater New Orleans area will soon see such an event. Through a collaboration of the City of Kenner, New Orleans City Park and the folks at the Helis Foundation, the public good is going to be served in the most artistic of ways: with the installation of a very special, long-missing bronze sculpture. Created for the 1984 World's Fair in New Orleans, The Wave is getting a new home in City Park.

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The Reading Life
1:58 pm
Tue May 5, 2015

The Reading Life With Greg Iles And Felice Picano

This week on The Reading Life: Bestselling novelist Greg Iles is back to tell us about The Bone Tree, the epic second novel in the trilogy that began with last year’s Natchez Burning. And we’ll hear from memoirist Felice Picano about his charming book, Nights at Rizzoli.

**Lagniappe Audio**

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Community Impact
6:29 am
Tue May 5, 2015

Edible Schoolyard Teaches Seed To Table

Edward McKinnis and Jeremiah Marshall set the table in their teaching kitchen for a communal meal.
Eve Abrams WWNO

Edible Schoolyard New Orleans works to empower generations of New Orleans children to build and maintain healthy relationships with food, the natural world, themselves and their community.

Stefin Pasternak, is the lead chef educator at Samuel L Green Charter School, home of one of Edible Schoolyard’s two teaching kitchens, and one of their five school gardens. He directs two students to set the table for a communal meal.

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Le Show
9:00 am
Sun May 3, 2015

Le Show For The Week Of May 3, 2015

Harry Shearer
Credit Harry Shearer

This week on Le Show: News of Superbugs, What the Frack, News of the Godly, News of the Secrets, The Dr. Bill Show, News of the Warm, Apologies of the Week, and more!

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6:00 am
Sun May 3, 2015

Continuum: Cantigas de Amigo

This week on Continuum you'll hear two very different performances of the earliest known song cycle, Cantigas de Amigo, by the mid 13th century composer Martin Codax.

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Jazz New Orleans with Fred Kasten
3:09 am
Sat May 2, 2015

Jazz New Orleans Jazz Fest Preview — The Last 2 Days

Vocal harmony group extraordinaire Topsy Chapman and Solid Harmony

Tonight on Jazz New Orleans with Fred Kasten (8 p.m. – 10 p.m. Central on 89.9 WWNO and streaming live at – An extended conversation with bass great Christian McBride, our Jazz New Orleans “Player of the Week” – and will play Jazz Fest with his Big Band, featuring vocalists Dianne Reeves and Jeffrey Osborne, on Sunday, May 3.

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Louisiana Eats!
3:30 pm
Fri May 1, 2015

Reopening St. Roch Market: An Interview With Mayor Mitch Landrieu

Poppy Tooker and Mayor Mitch Landrieu
Credit Chris Kehoe

The recently renovated St. Roch Market was vandalized Thursday evening, with the front and side walls covered in paint and several windows broken, according to

St. Roch Market is one of the last of the original city markets that formerly dotted New Orleans' cityscape. Built in 1875, the landmark has just recently been reopened to the public.

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Bring Your Own
8:19 am
Fri May 1, 2015

Bring Your Own Presents: 'Library Runaway'

Letterpress image of woman reading by Sophie Lucido Johnson
Credit Sophie Lucido Johnson

Bring Your Own is a nomadic storytelling series that takes place in living rooms, backyards and other intimate spaces within the community. Each month, eight storytellers have seven minutes to respond to a theme. BYO airs on All Things New Orleans and is a biweekly podcast on

On May 2 you can vote on future funding for the public library system in New Orleans. It's called a Millage Proposition.

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