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WWNO News Reports
11:15 am
Thu October 29, 2009

Expert: New Orleans Undervalues Historic Properties

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Arts & Culture
9:12 am
Thu October 29, 2009

Voodoo Experience Creator and Producer Steve Rehage

New Orleans – The Voodoo Experience - aka Voodoo Music Experience - which runs Friday, October 30th through Sunday, November 1st at City Park - has - in just eleven years - become one of New Orleans' top-ten tourist attractions. It got started back in 1999 thanks to the efforts of one music-loving New Orleanian and former LSU football star. WWNO's Fred Kasten has the story...

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WWNO News Features
12:46 am
Wed October 28, 2009

Hospitals Spark Controversy

New Orleans, Louisiana – For well over 200 years, anyone could get top notch health care at Charity Hospital, free. After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans' primary public hospital was closed. Most city and state officials are working to open a new, state-of-the-art teaching hospital in lower Mid-City, but a broad coalition of local interests have other ideas. Eve Abrams reports.

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WWNO News Reports
11:10 am
Tue October 27, 2009

Mayor Nagin Predicts Worker Furloughs

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WWNO News Reports
11:08 am
Tue October 27, 2009

Interstate 12 Interchange Approved on Northshore

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WWNO News Reports
11:05 am
Tue October 27, 2009

New Orleans Stages Global Warming Event

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Where Y'Eat
8:55 am
Sat October 24, 2009

Hubig's Pies

When we say Hubig's Pies are an iconic food item in New Orleans, we mean it. How about a Simon Hubig tattoo?
Photo courtesy of Hubig's Pies

New Orleans, LA – Can I share with you a little secret? Farmers markets may operate for only a few hours a week in each location. What you may not realize is that the relationships established beneath the tents and umbrellas carry on long past the closing bell. One example of this is the relationship between Poplarville's J&D Blueberry Farm and Hubig's Pies. Our city's beloved century long Simon Hubig Pie Company is owned by the Bowman and Ramsey families who when not frying shop at markets. This summer, they were in search of lots of frozen blueberries for their blueberry pie.

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WWNO Commentary
6:44 pm
Fri October 23, 2009

Public Radio Leads to Learning

Dr. Andre Perry

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses the importance of public radio on education.

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WWNO News Features
5:30 pm
Fri October 23, 2009

NOLA hosts filmscoring event

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New Orleans, LA – An innovative project for Louisiana musicians hoping that filmmakers will use local talent and recording facilities in movie and television productions. Jay Weigel talks to WWNO about NOLA hosting this filmscoring event.

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Where Y'Eat
8:39 pm
Thu October 22, 2009

Exploring the French Quarter's "Oyster Alley"

New Orleans – By 4:30 in the morning, Al Sunseri is usually performing his pre-dawn stake out near the corner of Iberville and Bourbon streets in the French Quarter. He's an owner of P & J Oyster Co., and he's looking for a parking spot for his delivery truck. It's important to get into position before the beer vans arrive to restock the many nearby bars because P&J workers have their own heavy lifting ahead of them at this particular corner.

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