All Things New Orleans

From the wild wetlands via the Blue Bayou to the cultivated courtyards of the Vieux Carre. We're all over southeast Louisiana on this week's edition of All Things New Orleans.

A documentary about the late pianist James Booker is in the works; Richard McCarthy wins an award from Southern Living; and the National Council of Jewish Women in New Orleans want to make the Seder a more socially conscious event.

Brad Pitt Makes it Right; The Irish Celebrate

Mar 23, 2012

This week's episode has three stories of renewal. Tune in to find out how a Mid-City bartender,  the Art Council's director of public art, and the most beautiful man in the world are all revitalizing New Orleans.

A museum in Kenner clears its archives for auction; Trinity Episcopal Church revives a 900 year old tradition; and architect Lake Douglas profiles his profession.

Ana Zorilla of the LA-SPCA discusses the organizations' latest activities; a group of panelists from Louisiana Cultural Vistas profile several stories in the latest issue; and Robert Christgau reviews Ani DeFranco's latest album.

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. 

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 Speaker of the House Jim Tucker discusses the Gulf Opportunities Zone Act, Richard McCarthy speaks from the TEDxNOLA Conference, and Jim Mulvihill celebrates The Saints' playoff bid.

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