New Orleans – Award-winning guitarist, singer and songwriter Anders Osborne plays the 2011 Jazz Fest twice - with John Fohl and Johnny Sansone on Saturday, May 1st - and with the Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars on Saturday, May 7th...
To find out more about Anders Osborne - and his schedule of performances during Jazz Fest - please click here .
New Orleans, LA – Many assume some form of the visual arts are, at least to some degree or another, a part of public school students' education. But not in New Orleans. However, thanks to local non-profit, KIDsmART, not only are some local schools embracing the arts for arts sake, they're integrating the arts directly into their core curriculum. Producer Angela Taylor reports.
We also invite your comments or ideas for future reports: email@example.com.
New Orleans, La. – The Louisiana seafood board sponsored a panel of federal and state officials who say Gulf seafood is safe. They say no other region has such rigorous testing. Several members of the American Culinary Federation said while they want to believe the oil spill hasn't harmed the seafood, they aren't sure. Chef Brent Spring of South Bend, Indiana, says he's not convinced.
New Orleans, La. – The National Oil Spill Commission's report given to President Obama in January calls for revamping rules on oil industry oversight, adding staff, and dedicating money for research. But with lawmakers focusing on the national deficit, it could be a tough sell.
1 whole chicken, cut into pieces Salt and pepper Flour Oil for deep frying
Rinse the chicken piece thoroughly and pat dry. Liberally season the chicken with salt and pepper, then dredge in all-purpose flour. Heat the oil to 350 degrees and add the chicken to the hot oil making sure not to crowd the pot with too many pieces at one time. Set a timer for 20 minutes and when the timer rings, remove the chicken from the oil and drain on a rack. Serve immediately.
New Orleans, LA – In the aftermath of the Deepwater oil rig explosion, the BBC's Robyn Bresnahan spent a month in Louisiana with fishing families to see how they were affected. She found many communities on the brink, with fishermen fearing they would never fish again. One year later, she has returned to meet with some of the same families.