Louisiana Eats!
12:26 pm
Wed November 30, 2011

Joel Salatin Says, "Folks, This Ain't Normal!"

Farmer Joel Salatin

Joel Salatin of Virginia's Polyface Farm discusses his radical farming philosophies.

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The Sound of Books
2:28 am
Wed November 30, 2011

The Reading Life 11/29/11

New Orleans, LA – This week on The Reading Life: Poet Benjamin Morris, interviewed during the final week of his residency at A Studio in the Woods, and Fred Kasten's interview with David Gessner, author of "The Tarball Chronicles: A Journey Beyond the Oiled Pelican and Into the Heart of the Gulf Oil Spill."

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WWNO News Reports
8:37 pm
Tue November 29, 2011

Mayor Landrieu Details Homeless Initiatives

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Community Impact
10:47 am
Tue November 29, 2011

Community Impact Series -- Leading Educators

New Orleans, La. –

Darcy McKinnon works for FirstLine Schools, a network of New Orleans public charter schools. Her job is to help middle school students pick the right high school among the myriad new options in the fast-changing local education landscape and to make a successful transition when they do.

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WWNO News Reports
6:55 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

New Orleans Unveils 10-Year Homeless Plan

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WWNO News Reports
10:35 pm
Fri November 25, 2011

Extra Security In New Orleans Over Holiday Weekend

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WWNO Commentary
4:59 pm
Fri November 25, 2011

Who Will Be the Bob Dole of Hip Hop?

Dr. Andre Perry

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses healthcare in the hip hop and African-American male community. For a transcript of, or to respond to this commentary, go to DrAndrePerry.com.

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The Sound of Books
7:49 pm
Thu November 24, 2011

The Reading Life 11/22/11

New Orleans, LA – It's the season for gratitude, for counting one's blessings. I've been wandering my house, scanning my shelves for the books that have made me who I am. Here are some of the ones I'm grateful for.

1. "The Chronicles of Narnia," by C.S. Lewis.

2. "Jane Eyre," by Charlotte Bronte.

3. "The Golden Notebook," by Doris Lessing.

4. "Everything You Need," by A.L. Kennedy.

5. "Parnassus on Wheels" and "The Haunted Bookshop," by Christopher Morley.

6. "The Harry Potter books," by J.K. Rowling.

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Where Y'Eat
4:16 pm
Thu November 24, 2011

Farm to Holiday Table

A community garden in Mid-City run by NOLA Green Roots.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –

The Thanksgiving table is set with more than food. It's set with lore, tradition and symbolism, and the dishes we bring to the holiday table often have stories behind them too, from heirloom recipes to this or that peculiar item that could be one family's holiday necessity. These days it's increasing likely that many of these stories will be told with distinctly local accents.

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