WWNO News Reports
6:29 pm
Mon July 18, 2011

New Orleans Drenched by Heavy Rain

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WWNO News Reports
10:10 pm
Fri July 15, 2011

Danziger Bridge Prosecution Winding Down

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WWNO Commentary
6:33 pm
Fri July 15, 2011

New Orleans to Atlanta to Beijing

Dr. Andre Perry

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry discusses the consequences of New Orleans not being a more just city.

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WWNO News Reports
9:55 pm
Thu July 14, 2011

Mayor Landrieu Welcomes FEMA Back To Blight Fight

New Orleans, La. – Mayor Landrieu says the city stopped using FEMA money two years ago as it struggled to clear houses destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.

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JazzSet
12:00 pm
Thu July 14, 2011

Arturo O'Farrill And The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra On JazzSet

Arturo O'Farrill is at the center of a dynasty between his father, composer Chico O'Farrill (1921-2001), and his son Adam, on trumpet here today. Zack, a younger son, plays drums, while Arturo's wife, Alison Deane, is a classical pianist and professor at City College in New York.

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All Things N. O.
11:42 am
Thu July 14, 2011

All Things N.O. 7-14-11

New Orleans, LA – Eve Abrams takes us inside the world of women's arm-wrestling, a founding father of jazz gets his due, and Diane Mack goes Inside the Arts.

Jack Hopke is your host for WWNO's weekly news magazine.

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Arts & Culture
11:04 am
Thu July 14, 2011

Fairy Tales, Magic and a Dance Retrospective

New Orleans, La. – It's a weekend for memories as the Lula Elzy New Orleans Dance Theater celebrates 20 years of innovative dance with a "Retrospective" concert. And...Summer Lyric Theater at Tulane University continues it's 44th season with an exploration of fairy tales and magic, as it presents the Tony Award winning musical Into The Woods. We go Inside the Arts for a sneak peek at both events.
More info @ www.ledtneworleans.com and http://summerlyric.tulane.edu

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WWNO News Features
10:45 am
Thu July 14, 2011

Bunk Johnson: Founding Father of Jazz

New Orleans, LA – In the 1940's, jazz began to be recognized as a genre worthy of acedemic study. Around this time, trumpeter Bunk Johnson gained a cult following as one of the founding fathers of this New Orleans-born music. WWNO's Paul Maassen got the story from the director of the Hogan Jazz Archive at Tulane University, Dr. Bruce Raeburn.

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Where Y'Eat
2:12 am
Thu July 14, 2011

Cooking Up Companies at Edible Enterprises

Stacey Greco of Omi's Gourmet Foods and Kyshun Webster of Cupcakes & Co., two starts based at Edible Enterprises.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –
Dinner guests at Stacey Greco's home in Hahnville were forever saying that her remoulade sauce was so good she should bottle it. Don Militello heard much the same thing from fellow tailgaters around Tiger Stadium before LSU football games whenever he broke out an olive salad made from an old family recipe called "olive mix." And the same advice greeted Gentilly resident Monique Hodges once she started bringing her cupcakes around to family parties.

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The Sound of Books
10:12 pm
Wed July 13, 2011

The Reading Life 7/12/11

New Orleans, LA – The Reading Life for July 12th and 16th features Cara Hoffman, author of the novel, So Much Pretty, Fred Kasten's interview with memiorist Paul Guest, author of One More Theory About Happiness, and Lee Grue's reading of a poem from her new collection, Downtown.

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