New Orleans, LA – When a group of friends came down to visit not long after I moved to New Orleans, I was eager to show them some of the amazing local food I was just then beginning to discover myself. The trouble was, a few of the visitors were vegetarians.
New Orleans – James Beard-award winning chef Donald Link - who operates two of New Orleans' most popular restaurants - Herbsaint and Cochon - has just published his first book - a combination memoir and cookbook titled "Real Cajun: Rustic Home Cooking from Donald Link's Louisiana." WWNO's Fred Kasten picks up the story...
New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses why passing LA Senate Bill 259, which would create an alternate "career track" (as opposed to a college prepatory track)would be detrimental to the state and students.
New Orleans, LA – Open Sound New Orleans is an online sound mapping project that invites you to contribute recordings of the unique sounds and voices of our city. WWNO is collaborating with Open Sound New Orleans to present some of these community-contributed sounds. Eve Troeh contributes this sound of Ed Buckner, the Pie Man.
Learn more and listen to other New Orleans sounds as well as submit recordings and suggestions at Open Sound New Orleans.
New Orleans – For two decades - Bruce Raeburn has delved deeply into the history of New Orleans music as curator of Tulane's Hogan Jazz Archive. Now he's published a new book that is an important addition to the scholarship on the place of New Orleans in the history of jazz. WWNO's Fred Kasten has more: