Where Y'Eat
1:48 pm
Sat February 5, 2011

Here's to the WWOF'ers

Gulf Oil Spill
8:18 pm
Fri February 4, 2011

Department of Justice Criticizes BP Oil Spill Claims Process

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WWNO News Reports
7:57 pm
Fri February 4, 2011

Census Shows Fewer Citizens In New Orleans

New Orleans, La. – Just under 344-thousand people live in New Orleans. That's down about 11-thousand from estimates.
Allison Plyer of the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center says Census numbers gathered in a door-to-door drive last year are considered the gold standard for tracking population. Those numbers show a city still coming back from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and the region shrinking 11 percent.

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The Sound of Books
8:14 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

Daniel Rasmussen's Widely Acclaimed New Book "American Uprising: The Untold Story of America's Largest Slave Revolt"

New Orleans – Today - on "The Sound of Books" - with Fred Kasten - the widely acclaimed new book by 23 year-old writer Daniel Rasmussen - "American Uprising: The Untold Story of America's Largest Slave Revolt"...

For more information about Daniel Rasmussen - and "American Uprising" - please click here .

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Gulf Oil Spill
7:03 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

Gulf Claims Process Taking Public Comments

New Orleans, La. – Feinberg says the Gulf Coast claims process is based on expert advice. His methods for awarding damage claims are now available on the facility's website.

"If somebody thinks there's a better way I certainly want to hear from them over the next few weeks. But I am comfortable with what I'm doing."

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World Cafe
5:00 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

In Memoriam: Chuck Brown On World Cafe

Originally published on Fri May 18, 2012 3:52 pm

Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go music, died Wednesday. In 2011, he stopped by World Cafe to discuss his 50-plus-year career and his last album.

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Where Y'Eat
4:28 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

A Heads-Up on Hog Headcheese

Louisiana-style hog headcheese, an old tradition of thrift that's seeing new interest in gourmet circles.
Ian McNulty

New Orleans, La. –
New Orleans butcher Benjamin Terranova likes his hog headcheese in the morning. He's developed a habit of laying a thin, wobbly, nearly translucent slice of the meaty loaf over his breakfast grits. He advocates the practice to customers at his family-run Terranova's Supermarket in Faubourg St. John, where he and his son Anthony make their headcheese according to an old family recipe that dates to the 1940s.

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All Things N. O.
2:37 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

All Things N.O. 2-3-11

New Orleans, LA – Jack Hopke hosts WWNO's weekly news magazine.

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Education Matters
12:39 pm
Thu February 3, 2011

SUNO/UNO Merger Proposal Provokes Reaction

SUNO and UNO could be combined as a single institution of higher education.

New Orleans, LA – Debate has been sparked in the wake of Governor Jindal's announcement to seek a study on the potential merger of UNO and SUNO. Angela Taylor reports on how some of the discussion is taking shape.

We invite your comments or ideas for future reports, email: educationmatters@wwno.org

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Arts & Culture
11:59 am
Thu February 3, 2011

Continuum Celebrates 35 Years on WWNO!

New Orleans, La. – The longest running early music radio program in the world is celebrating a milestone! New Orleans Musica Da Camera's weekly radio show, Continuum, born on WWNO back in 1976, will celebrate it's 35TH Anniversary on Sunday, February 6th.
Hosted by Milton Scheuermann and Thais St. Julien. Continuum airs Sunday at 6am on WWNO 89.9 FM.

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