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NCIS: New Orleans is one of television’s most popular weekly shows. On this week’s Notes from New Orleans, NolaVie’s Sharon Litwin talks with crew member Albert Quaid about what makes the show so authentic.

Photo Credit: Rahav Segev

This week on Inside the Arts, we talk with renowned violin virtuoso Regina Carter. The multi-genre violinist will perform works from her most recent release, Southern Comfort, in concert at the Contemporary Arts Center.

Photo credit: Mark Kiryluk

This week on Inside the Arts, an opera set at the Louisiana State penitentiary at Angola opens this week as the New Orleans Opera Association presents Dead Man Walking.

Photo credit: Peter Nimsky

This week on Inside the Arts, The NOLA Project premieres SIVE, a rarely seen, dark Irish drama about greed and passion.  We talk with veteran actress Janet Shea and artistic director A.J. Allegra.

Then, we take a peek at Self Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum on view at NOMA.
And, we round out with a concert of jazz featuring internationally acclaimed vibraphonist Thomas van der Geld and award winning New Orleans pianist and Loyola music professor Sandy Hinderlie.

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The roots of a dead oak tree are all that holds the edge of this ancient Native American mound together.
Tegan Wendland / WWNO

The loss of Louisiana’s coast due to saltwater intrusion, sea level rise and industry is a big problem for the environment and the economy. But it could also change our understanding of the state’s history. In some places, the water is taking with it ancient Native American sites, posing challenges for archaeologists.

Photo Credit: Eduardo Patino

This week on Inside the Arts, Ailey II, the next generation of artists from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to the Crescent City. We talk with artistic director Troy Powell.

Photo Courtesy Modernist Cuisine LLC

This week on Inside the Arts we explore The Photography of Modernist Cuisine, an exhibit by Microsoft co-founder  Nathan Myhrvold.

The exhibit which explores the science of food is on view at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum through February 29.  We talk with exhibit co-curator Melissa Lukach.

Bring Your Own Presents: 'Was It Worth It?'

Feb 18, 2016
Claire Bangser / Bring Your Own

Bring Your Own is a nomadic storytelling series that takes place in unconventional spaces within the community. Each month, eight storytellers have eight minutes to respond to a theme. BYO airs on All Things New Orleans and is a biweekly podcast on WWNO.org.

This week on Inside the Arts, love lingers in the air post-Valentine's Day. We talk with the members of Theatre On Tap as they present Love Taps: An Evening of Romance and Rhythm.

Then, one of the longest running off-Broadway productions, Black Angels Over Tuskegee opens at the National World War II Museum's BB's Stage Door Canteen. It's an historical docudrama of the first Black aviators in the US Army Air Forces. We talk with actor Delano Barbosa.

And, we round out with an evening of revenge as Sondheim's dark musical Sweeney Todd opens at Tulane.

This week I’ll be talking with Dr. Mary Frances Berry, author of Five Dollars and a Pork Chop Sandwich: Vote Buying and the Corruption of Democracy, along with Greg Malveaux, former director of the Louisiana Vote Fraud Commission. We’ll also hear from novelist Katy Simpson Smith, whose new book is Free Men.

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