All Things New Orleans

Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

WWNO’s radio magazine: a weekly half-hour of timely news, cultural features, and commentary from all corners of our city.

Fernando Lopez

On this week's edition of Notes from New Orleans, producers Kelley Crawford and Sarah Holtz meet A Scribe Called Quess, one of the poets appearing at the New Orleans Poetry Festival this weekend.

On tihs edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll chat with Dr. Peter Reynaud, volunteer with Doctors without Borders, about their traveling exhibit "Forced From Home". Then, Jessica Rosgaard checks in with CityScapes columnist Richard Campanella. 

And later, we'll chat with Natasha Harris, saxophonist for the Original Pinettes Brass Band

Los Isleños Museum

This year's Irish Italian Isleños Parade is on Saturday in St. Bernard. And while most people are fairly familiar with the history of Irish and Italians in New Orleans, the same can't quite be said for Los Isleños. NolaVie's Brian Friedman sits down with Bill Hyland, director of the Los Isleños Museum Complex, to illuminate this history.  

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On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, reporter Jess Clark talks with the author of a new report on New Orleans prisons; and host Janae Pierre talks with members of The Graduates, an ensemble of formerly-incarcerated women, about the Beyond Incarceration Summit this weekend; and learns how to make a proper sazerac.

Listening To Locals: Vox And The Hound

Apr 5, 2018
Vox and the Hound

Here's another installment of NolaVie's Listening to Locals series, a spotlight on New Orleans musical talent. This week, David Benedetto sat down with Leo DeJesus and Andrew Jarman of the band, Vox and the Hound, who are playing shows in support of their latest album, Aloha Shores.  

Visit ViaNolaVie for a related article written by David Benedetto.

Jason Saul

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, the editorial team of Unprisoned discusses the next season of their podcast, which tells the stories of individuals impacted by the criminal justice system. Then, WWNO's Membership Manager, Hallie Sheck, joins me to discuss ways to donate to your favorite public radio station. 

Nola to Angola

On Saturday, April 7, Nola to Angola is hosting an 8-mile bike ride and cookout for prison justice. In addition to raising money for four local nonprofits, the ride's goal is to raise awareness about mass incarceration in Louisiana. 

Patrick Melon / Melon the Scribe

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll chat a bit about Super Sunday with Bertrand Butler, director of the Mardi Gras Indian Council. Then, a local event leads the city's youth to dance for social change

And, we'll share another story from Bring Your own; a live story telling series. 

Patrick Shannon

As the city marks its tricentennial year, curator and artist Dr. Fari Nzinga is making sure people of color are not left out of history or the conversation around it. Her exhibit, The Rent Is Too Damn High!, will open on Saturday, April 7 at the Crescent City Boxing Gym. Fari joined NolaVie's Kelley Crawford in the studio to talk about the work behind and in front of her exhibit.

The Idea Village

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll discuss the upcoming New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) with Executive Producer, Victoria Adams Phipps. The 10 year anniversary of NOEW will be celebrated while leveraging the theme: Connect in a City Like No Other

And guess what? Another U.S. city is celebrating their Tricentennial this year as well! Megan Lagrone joins us to talk all things San Antonio

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