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WWNO News Features
2:17 pm
Wed September 23, 2009

New Orleans Shrimper Ray Brandhurst

New Orleans – These are troubled times for Louisiana shrimpers. After decades of losing market share to inferior - but cheaper - imports - came the double-whammy of Katrina and Rita - followed by an unprecedented decline in the price for shrimp this season. WWNO's Fred Kasten recently sat down with veteran New Orleans shrimper Ray Brandhurst to talk about prospects for Louisiana's wild caught shrimp fleet...

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Arts & Culture
1:08 pm
Tue September 22, 2009

Southern Rep Theater Opens It's 23rd Season With The off-Broadway Hit - OPUS

New Orleans – A high strung, all male fictional string quartet is tested when a young female violinist joins their ranks in Michael Hollinger's OPUS.

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WWNO Commentary
12:18 pm
Fri September 18, 2009

The Return of Patriotism

Andre Perry

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses the decline of public etiquette in America.

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Where Y'Eat
9:51 am
Fri September 18, 2009

Guinea Fowl widens consumers' poultry possibilities

Chef Leah Chase has held a constant presence at the Crescent City Farmers Market since its founding in 1995, often shopping at autumn's peak season for greens.
Photo courtesy of marketumbrella.org

New Orleans, LA – Farmers Market Minute 9-19-09 with Richard McCarthy
Guinea Fowl

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WWNO News Features
3:46 pm
Thu September 17, 2009

Author Robert Edsel on "Monuments Men"

New Orleans, LA –

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All Things N. O.
12:53 pm
Thu September 17, 2009

All Things N.O. 9-17-09

New Orleans, LA – Ducks in St John's Bayou, Bourbon at the Border, and author Robert Edsel

WWNO News Reports
5:45 pm
Wed September 16, 2009

Common Ground Relief Starts Housing Program

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WWNO News Reports
9:00 pm
Tue September 15, 2009

Toxic Trailer Lawsuit Begins in Federal Court

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Arts & Culture
12:34 pm
Mon September 14, 2009

Freedom Summer revisited in Playwright Pearl Cleage 's Bourbon at the Border

New Orleans – The massive 1964 campaign to register African American voters in MIssissippi is revisited decades later through the eyes of ordinary people still struggling to heal.

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WWNO News Features
12:33 am
Mon September 14, 2009

Ducks Spark Controversy in Bayou St. John

New Orleans, LA – New Orleans is famous for welcoming newcomers, but in parts of Mid-City, there's a disagreement about Bayou St. John's newest additions. Eve Abrams has the story.

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