Dean Baquet, a New Orleans native and executive editor of The New York Times, spoke to a crowded room of journalists and WWNO supporters Friday morning during, "The Breakfast Briefing with Dean Baquet," event, sponsored by WWNO and held at the New Orleans Advocate. Baquet says The New York Times role has never been clearer than it is now, following the 2016 presidential election. "It is not our role to be the house organ to the royal opposition of Donald Trump," he says. "We are a non...
WWNO’s Travis Lux sat down with Nola.com/The Times-Picayune’s Sara Sneath to talk about the week in coastal news. This week -- boil advisories, stuff washed ashore by hurricanes, and a new report on how shrimpers might adjust to coastal restoration. Support for the Coastal Desk comes from the Walton Family Foundation, the Coypu Foundation, the Greater New Orleans Foundation, and local listeners.
Lisa Feldman Barrett is a professor of psychology at Northeastern University and the author of How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain . You can keep up with Lisa on Twitter: @ LFeldmanBarrett . Close your eyes and imagine a beautiful spring day in the forest. In your mind's eye, try to see tall, green trees and smell the aroma of blooming flowers. Can you hear the gentle breeze rustling the leaves above you? Most people can conjure up this mental scene without much effort, at...
FOOD & DINING
Get out your corkscrews! On this week’s show, we’re talking with vintners and wine stewards to better understand the world of fermented grapes. We'll begin with Duane and Susan Hoff, two Minnesota-natives who founded Fantesca Estate & Winery after helping to get their family's electronics business off the ground -- a company now known as Best Buy.