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The Reading Life
1:30 pm
Tue November 11, 2014

The Reading Life With Tina Freeman And Greg Herren

This week on The Reading Life: Photographer Tina Freeman, whose new book, with text by Morgan Molthrop, is Artist Spaces: New Orleans, which takes us inside the work spaces of many inspired and inspiring people.

Mystery writer Greg Herren talks about the  latest — and maybe the last — in his Chanse MacLeod series, Murder in the Arts District.

**Lagniappe Audio**

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The Reading Life
1:30 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

The Reading Life With Carl Hiaasen And Michael A. Ross

Carl Hiaasen

This week on The Reading Life: Bestselling novelist Carl Hiaasen tells us about his National Book award-nominated Skink No Surrender, his first book for teens. Michael A. Ross, associate professor of history at the University of Maryland (formerly of Loyola University) talks about The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case: Race, Law, and Justice in the Reconstruction Era. And Jennifer Edwards invites us to The Big Read of The Grapes of Wrath at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.

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The Reading Life
1:35 pm
Tue June 24, 2014

The Reading Life With Lisa Howorth And Maggie Collins

This week on The Reading Life: Square Books co-founder Lisa Howorth, whose first novel is Flying Shoes, and debut novelist Maggie Collins, author of Celestial Blue Skies.

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The Reading Life
1:45 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

The Reading Life With Joseph Boyden And Gwen Florio

This week on The Reading Life:  Canadian/New Orleanian novelist Joseph Boyden, whose new book The Orenda, won the Canada Reads competition. The Orenda illuminates a period in the 17th century when Jesuit missionaries came to the Canadian wilderness to convert the natives of the New World.

We'll also talk with mystery novelist and Pinckley Prize winner Gwen Florio, whose new entry in the Lola Wicks series is Dakota.

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Northshore Focus
5:04 pm
Sun November 24, 2013

Northshore 'Kids Wanna Help' — So They Launch A Network Of Nonprofits

What happens when very motivated adolescents decide they want to help better their community, but they’re not satisfied with how kids fit into the current non-profit scene? In the case of two Northshore teenagers, they simply started their own.

15-year-old Beverly Brown co-founded Kids Wanna Help, a group designed to encourage Northshore youth to become involved with non-profits and charitable giving. Their mission began with a fashion show.

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