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Where Y'Eat
4:57 pm
Thu September 22, 2011

The Street Fare Derby

An order of gourmet fries from the roving food vendors known as the Fry Bar.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –

The roving spud masters known as At Fry Bar serve their gourmet garlic/ parmesan/rosemary fries at local art markets. The Peace Love & Sno-balls trailer whirls out a rainbow of syrup-soaked shaved ice at Audubon Park on the weekends. A food truck called Geaux Plates parks outside Uptown bars with inventive banh mi-style sandwiches. And at second line parades, Linda Green serves yaka mein, that only-in-New Orleans, Asian/soul-hybrid soup.

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WWNO News Features
3:59 pm
Thu September 22, 2011

The 18th Star: Treasures from 200 Years of Louisiana Statehood

New Orleans, LA – Louisiana will celebrate 200 years of statehood in April of 2012. WWNO's Paul Maassen recently spoke with John Lawrence, the director of museum programs at The Historic New Orleans Collection, to discuss an exhibit of artifacts on display at the gallery.

More information can be found online at the HNOC's website.

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Arts & Culture
1:37 pm
Thu September 22, 2011

The Elegant Image

New Orleans, La. – Rare Indian bronze sculptures spanning 15 centuries are on display at the New Orleans Museum of Art through October 23,2011. The sculptures in the exhibit, The Elegant Image: Hindu, Buddhist and Jain Bronzes from the Indian Subcontinent are from the personal collection of local cardiologist Dr. Siddharth Bhansali.

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All Things N. O.
11:24 am
Thu September 22, 2011

All Things N.O. 9-22-11

New Orleans, LA – In this week's edition Sharon Litwin traces the development of a new park along the riverfront, Eve Abrams discuss immigration enforement, and the HNOC displays 200 years of Louisiana state history.

Jack Hopke hosts WWNO's weekly news magazine.

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Notes from New Orleans
10:32 am
Thu September 22, 2011

Reinventing the Crescent

New Orleans, LA – WWNO, in collaboration with Nolavie.com, brings you "Notes From New Orleans," a peek inside the unique life and culture of our region. This week Sharon Litwin interviews architect Alan Eskew about six miles of the Mississippi riverfront his firm is helping to reinvent.

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Gulf Oil Spill
8:56 pm
Wed September 21, 2011

Oiled Pelicans Recovered in Barataria Bay

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The Sound of Books
6:42 pm
Wed September 21, 2011

Widely Acclaimed Debut Novel From New York Writer Amor Towles - "Rules of Civility"

New Orleans – Today - on "The Sound of Books" - with Fred Kasten - the widely praised debut novel from New York writer Amor Towles - "Rules of Civility"...

To find out more about Amor Towles - and "Rules of Civility" - please click here .

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Louisiana Eats!
6:14 pm
Wed September 21, 2011

Gator Done

Alligator hunter Joey Fonseca

Crystal Honey Sauce

1/2 cup Crystal hot sauce
1/4 cup honey

This recipe originates with Chef Darin Nesbit of the Bourbon House. Chef Darin tosses fried alligator in the sauce and serves it with blue cheese dressing for dipping, a la buffalo wings.

Bring the 1/2 cup Crystal hot sauce to a boil in a saucepan and boil until it has reduced in volume by half. Add the honey to the hot sauce, return to a boil then reduce to a simmer and cook together for 10 minutes.

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The Sound of Books
9:52 am
Wed September 21, 2011

The Reading Life 9/20/11

New Orleans, LA – This week on The Reading Life: Poet and blues scholar John Sinclair, whose most recent book is "Song of Praise: Homage to John Coltrane," and bestselling novelist Laura Lippman, author of "The Most Dangerous Thing. "

WWNO News Reports
9:42 pm
Tue September 20, 2011

Coast Guard Leading Oil Spill Clean-up in Barataria Bay

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