Music Inside Out
2:00 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Terence Blanchard's Gift For Making Music

Terrence Blanchard.
Credit Bob Travis / Flickr

When the microphone switches on, some people freeze. They can’t think of a thing to say. But Terence Blanchard relaxes.

Blanchard does some of his best thinking in front of a microphone and he’s impatient to get his ideas recorded. That might explain why he is so prolific and why he is so good.

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Out To Lunch
1:00 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Out To Lunch: Cleaning Up

Peter Ricchiuti and Sharee Walls.
Credit Chet Overall / It's New Orleans

If you do your own laundry, you probably think you've got a small mountain of it if you have four or five loads to throw in the washing machine.

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Listening Post NOLA
8:36 am
Thu April 9, 2015

Listening Post Question Of The Week: How Would You Transform A Vacant Building In Your Neighborhood?

Blight affects most neighborhoods in New Orleans. We want to know how you would develop vacant properties in your area.

Last month the city council approved plans for a Cuban restaurant to occupy a vacant gas station on the corner of Rampart and Esplanade. The development has been controversial from the get-go, as some neighborhood residents contend that the restaurant will bring unwanted traffic and noise to the quiet end of the French Quarter.

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Bring Your Own
5:42 am
Thu April 9, 2015

Bring Your Own Presents: 'The Celine Experience'

Riot Mueller goes through the highs and lows of seeing her all time favorite musician in concert for the first time.
Credit Jess Pinkham / Bring Your Own

Bring Your Own is a nomadic storytelling series that takes place in living rooms, backyards and other intimate spaces within the community. Each month, seven storytellers have eight minutes to respond to a theme. BYO airs on All Things New Orleans and is a biweekly podcast on

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Latest News
1:05 pm
Wed April 8, 2015

Durst Indicted On Weapons Charges By Orleans Parish Grand Jury

Millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst will remain in New Orleans for a while. He’s been indicted by a grand jury on weapons charges.

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Inside the Arts
11:32 am
Wed April 8, 2015

Inside The Arts: French Quarter Fest Rocks, Tenor Bryan Hymel Sings, Janet Shea Channels Ann Landers

French Quarter Festival
Credit FQFI

This week on Inside the Arts, the largest free music festival in the South gets underway. We'll help you navigate through the 32nd Annual French Quarter Festival.

Then, international opera star Bryan Hymel drops by to talk about his debut solo CD — Heroique. The tenor and native son sings French opera arias.

And, rounding out, we look at The Lady With All The Answers, David Rambo's one woman play about advice columnist Ann Landers. We talk with veteran actress Janet Shea and director "Uncle" Wayne Daigrepont.

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8:33 am
Wed April 8, 2015

Hammond Garden Center A Place To Connect

Options staff Linda Vise, Christie Gardner and Louisa Landwehr on a recent Saturday morning.
Credit Tegan Wendland / WWNO

A nonprofit organization in Hammond called OPTIONS aims to help people with disabilities find meaningful work, and to also facilitate meaningful community relationships.

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Latest News
7:47 am
Wed April 8, 2015

Loyola Law Students Offering Tax Help

Federal taxes are due next week. Loyola University law students are helping people make that filing deadline.

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Arts & Culture
6:49 am
Wed April 8, 2015

Lost Bayou Ramblers Keep Cajun Culture Alive And Moving Forward

The Lost Bayou Ramblers (left to right) are Eric Heigle, Louis Michot, Korey Richey, Andre Michot, and Jonny Campos.
Denny Culbert

Okay Louisiana: what’s the Cajun band that’s also psychedelic rock, or maybe even a little punk? Hint: they’re from Lafayette, they were started by two brothers 16 years ago, and they’re a huge force behind younger generations embracing Cajun culture. Still not sure? Think: roaming around slow moving water.

In collaboration with Louisiana Cultural Vistas, Eve Abrams brings us this profile of the Lost Bayou Ramblers.

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6:58 pm
Tue April 7, 2015

WWNO Coastal Desk Hosts 'Seafood Summit' Monday, April 13 At Southern Food & Beverage Museum

A crabber at the docks in Hopedale, Louisiana. WWNO has reported on training efforts to help fishermen branch out to ecotourism, as some face a dwindling catch.
Credit WWNO

Five years after the BP spill, a look at the state of our local seafood industry from those who catch, study, sell and serve it.

Where: Southern Food and Beverage Museum, 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd., New Orleans, Louisiana

When: Monday, April 13th, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Arrive early to tour the museum before the discussion.)

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