Where Y'Eat
5:33 pm
Sat August 27, 2011


WWNO News Features
11:32 pm
Fri August 26, 2011

Performances Celebrate Opening Of Ellis Marsalis Center for Music

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Where Y'Eat
5:11 pm
Thu August 25, 2011

When the Taste of Home Mattered Most

Lola's Restaurant today.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –
Each year, as the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina comes around, I think about the transformational power of the very early months of the recovery, when everything seemed to be at stake, teetering on the brink of individual decisions. I think especially of the way the actions of a few could inspire so many, and how often that inspiration happened around a kitchen or in a dining room.

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All Things N. O.
3:36 pm
Thu August 25, 2011

All Things N.O. 8-25-11

New Orleans, LA – Food bloggers come to town, Libyan residents discuss their personal stories, and Diane Mack goes inside the arts.

Jack Hopke hosts WWNO's weekly news magazine.

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Arts & Culture
10:50 am
Thu August 25, 2011

The Cone of Uncertainty

New Orleans, La. – As the 6th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, award winning performance artist Jose Torres-Tama remounts his critically acclaimed multi-media show-The Cone of Uncertainty: New Orleans after Katrina. Shadowbox Theater-2400 St. Claude Avenue.
Performances: Thurs-Sun: August 25-28, Sept. 1-4, & Sept. 8-11 2011

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Louisiana Eats!
5:33 pm
Wed August 24, 2011

Rebuilding After The Storm

Drew Ramsey of Hubig's Pies.

Creole Cream Cheese

Yields approximately 8 pints

1 gallon skim milk
1 cup buttermilk
Pinch of salt
6 - 8 drops liquid vegetable rennet (can be purchase in health food stores)

In a large stainless or glass bowl mix together all ingredients. Cover lightly with plastic wrap and leave out on kitchen counter at room temperature for 18 - 24 hours.

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The Sound of Books
4:28 am
Wed August 24, 2011

The Reading Life 8/23/11

New Orleans, LA – This episode of The Reading Life: Mark Folse, author of "Carry Me Home: a Journey Back to New Orleans," and editor of "A Howling in the Wires: An Anthology of Writing from Postdiluvian New Orleans" and journalist Jordan Flaherty, whose new book is "Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six." Both will be attending Rising Tide 6: A Conference on the Future of New Orleans August 27 at Xavier University.