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With much of the Texas coast devastated by tropical storm Harvey, Louisiana continues to send help. Lake Charles has become a staging ground for relief efforts.

Kelley Crawford

Some of New Orleans’ most prized treasures are tucked away in residential neighborhoods. Take Rosalie Apothecary, which is located on a quiet corner in Faubourg Saint John. Rosalie prides itself on being a community resource and home for those who want to learn more about herbs and natural remedies. NolaVie's Kelley Crawford sat down with shop owner Christiane Wurmstedt to find out what it's like to run a modern-day apothecary.

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This week on Inside the Arts, Musaica Chamber Ensemble kicks off its 12th Season with a program of music from around the world.

Then, a mobile radical arts ensemble takes on current issues as Taco Truck Theater rolls into town.

And, a new song, We Believe, from Sam Price and the True Believers Band celebrates diversity.

This week on The Reading Life: Susan talks with poet and memoirist Alice Anderson, author of "Some Bright Morning, I’ll Fly Away: A Memoir." We’ll also hear from comedian Mike Strecker, whose new books are "The Young Comic’s Guide to Telling Jokes, Books 1 and 2."

Harry Shearer
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This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer has a new Clintonsomething, News of AFPAC, News of Smart Houses, News of the Olympic Movement, News of the Warm, The Apologies of the Week, and more!

Continuum presents a program of early music performed by the 38 year old Ensemble Gilles Binchois, named after the Netherlandish composer who was one of the earliest members of the Burgundian school and one of the three most famous composers of the early 15th century. The French ensemble was founded in 1979 by Dominique Vellard. A quite varied program will be heard including the famous Mass of Notre Dame by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377), the first mass composed by a known composer.

Coastal News Roundup: Cajun Navy To The Rescue

Sep 1, 2017
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Gov. John Bel Edwards praised the work of the Cajun Navy this week in rescuing Tropical Storm Harvey flood victims in Texas. He even pledged state support for the grassroots efforts by providing fuel at the border.

On this week’s show, we're going back to school for no ordinary education. 

 

We begin with Chef Jeremiah Tower, whose book, Table Manners, offers a 21st century guide to being a better host and guest. Jeremiah’s lessons on etiquette — and “techiquette” — come from a decades-long career owning and operating restaurants from California to Hong Kong.

American Routes Shortcuts: Bill Kirchen

Sep 1, 2017
Bill Kirchen
American Routes

This week on American Routes Shortcuts, we visit with Titan of the Telecaster, Bill Kirchen, of Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen. The father of "dieselbilly," Kirchen helped Commander Cody take their hippie, honky-tonk satire up to the Top 10 with the 1972 hit “Hot Rod Lincoln.” Though he’s long been flying solo, Kirchen stuck with the automotive theme and high-octane sound. We spoke to Bill back in 2010 about his musical journey.

Did you know that 86 percent of students in New Orleans don't attend the school closest to their home? Or that the cost for student transportation rose from $18 to $30 million dollars in the course of 10 years?

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