Where Y'Eat
3:13 am
Thu February 4, 2010

A Chicken for Every Route

New Orleans, LA – It's been said that the four seasons in Louisiana aren't really winter, spring, summer and fall. Rather, for seafood lovers, the phases of the year are ordered as oyster, crawfish, crab and shrimp.

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WWNO News Features
12:35 am
Wed February 3, 2010

Race in the Race for Mayor

New Orleans, Louisiana – Poll numbers are often wrong, but they raise questions nonetheless. In New Orleans' mayoral race, recent poll numbers suggest there's a possibility that the next mayor may not be African American. In a city where the majority of registered voters are African American, what might this turn-about mean? Eve Abrams reports.

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The Sound of Books
12:22 am
Wed February 3, 2010

Critically Acclaimed New Book "Money for Nothing: How The Failure of Corporate Boards Is Ruining American Business and Costing Us Trillions"

New Orleans – Today - on "The Sound of Books" with Fred Kasten - conversation with John Gillespie - co-author of the critically-acclaimed new book "Money for Nothing: How the Failure of Corporate Boards Is Ruining American Business and Costing Us Trillions"...

For more information on "Money for Nothing" - please click here .

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WWNO Commentary
12:20 am
Sat January 30, 2010

A Super Bowl for Kids

New Orleans, LA – Andre Perry addresses the question of if we should close schools for the day after the Super Bowl.

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All Things N. O.
12:43 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

All Things N.O. 1-28-10

New Orleans, LA – Jean Montes Haitian relief - www.haitiahdh.org, Loyola mayor's forum, Past New Olreans mayors comment on what it takes to be a good mayor, Green building in NOLA, Steve Inskeep with A Farewell To Donald Bordelon, Katrina Survivor.

WWNO News Features
11:31 am
Thu January 28, 2010

Local Music Director Joins Doctors in Relief Efforts for Haiti

New Orleans, La. – Dr. Jean Montes, music director for GNOYO, Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras, has family members in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. He's joining with doctors in the metro area in sending medical help and supplies to his earthquake stricken homeland. The doctors are affiliated with the Haitian Association for Human Development. Donations can be made online to haitiahdh.org.

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Where Y'Eat
3:37 am
Thu January 28, 2010

A Chef's Second Chance

Matt Murphy, chef and namesake for the Ritz-Carlton's new M Bistro.

New Orleans, LA –
Last summer, New Orleans chef Matt Murphy was on death's door, brought to the very limit of his fortitude by a rare and extremely severe blood condition. Now, the 41-year-old is training to run a half marathon. He's there for his family of five children, which includes an infant and two-year-old quadruplets. And he's opening the doors to a new restaurant, M Bistro, which is named in his honor.

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WWNO News Reports
1:34 am
Thu January 28, 2010

Arbitration panel awards $475 million for Charity Hospital damages

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WWNO News Reports
7:54 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

Conservative activist arrested for Landrieu office incident

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WWNO News Features
12:36 am
Wed January 27, 2010

Past Mayors Give Advice on What to Look for in Our Next Mayor

New Orleans, Louisiana – When hiring someone for a job, it's important to know what that job requires. New Orleans' three living former mayors -- Moon Landrieu, who served as mayor from 1970 - 1978, Sidney Barthelemy, mayor from 1986-1994, and Marc Morial, mayor from 1994 -2002, - offer their advice on what it takes to be mayor of the Crescent City. Eve Abrams brings us this story.

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