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.

Park Ranger and musician Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes chats with Sharon Litwin about his involvement with a Mardi Gras Tradition nearly two hundred years old.

Much Mardi Gras revelry takes the form of parody, poking fun, and being what you’re not.  The four year old krewe, ‘tit Rex (pronounced: T-Rex), is a parade in miniature, whose name plays on both it’s French translation – little king – and also what it literally sounds like: the abbreviation for the huge predator dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus-rex.

Bohemians in the Bywater, Architect Ray Manning

Feb 10, 2012

Neal Conan discusses a disastrous house fire in the Bywater; Sharon Litwin profiles an accomplished architect; and Michael Sartisky highlights a new project tracing 200 years of art in Louisiana. 

Ray Manning

Feb 9, 2012

On this week's Notes from New Orleans, Sharon Litwin discusses the humble beginnings of an accomplished architect.

ATNO 2/2/12

Feb 3, 2012

Paul Maassen speaks with  Peter Fos, the new President of UNO; Sharon Litwin scoops the details behind Krewe Delusional; and the new head of Build Now drops in for a visit. 

This week on Notes from New Orleans, Sharon Litwin talks to Randy Fertel and his latest adventures in the Krewe Delusion.

ATNO 1/26/12

Jan 27, 2012

Kathleen Osborn visits New Orleans to see a musically active house in the Bywater; rapper Truth Universal speaks his mind; and the Loyola University Opera revives a long-lost performance in the Crescent City.

Louisiana will celebrate 200 years of statehood this coming April. To commemorate the anniversary, The Historic New Orleans Collection is exhibiting a gallery  of artifacts tracing  the state's history. John Lawrence, the director of Museum  programs for the HNOC, talked about it with WWNO 

Steve Holzalb, Executive Director of Christwood Retirement Community talks with WWNO about their new Atrium which is one of the first in the country.

Mark Romig focuses on the many upcoming tourism activities slated fro this year, Jack Hopke profiles a local choral music group, and bassist Tony Kishman jams with the LPO.

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