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On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll discuss a small community's suit against a chemical plant in LaPlace. Then we'll chat about the 5th annual Millennial Awards in conjunction with GNO Inc's Emerge Summit.

And Jessica Rosgaard sits down with Executive Director of the Office of Community Development, Pat Forbes, to talk about Louisiana's flood recovery efforts.

This week on All Things New Orleans, coastal reporter Tegan Wendland sat down with Julia Kumari Drapkin, founder and CEO of iseechange.org to talk about their online community weather and climate journal. Then, Deputy Mayor Judy Reese Morse joins us to explain the city's first-ever equity strategy, which seeks to address inequities due to economic or racial disparities. 

And Jessica Rosgaard discusses the documentary film, Five Awake, and domestic violence issues with former Senator Mary Landrieu.

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On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we discuss the GOP Senate Health Care bill with health policy expert Dr. Mark Diana. Then we'll share another episode of the Listening Post, which focused on public safety. 

Maroon 5 keyboardist PJ Morton also joins us to chat about his latest album, Gumbo; the singer/songwriter discusses being back in New Orleans and his "homecoming" performance at the Essence Music Festival. 

This week on All Things New Orleans we'll discuss a new report revealing the high cost of living in the city with Cashuana Hill, Executive Director of the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center. Then we'll share another story from Bring Your Own, our live story-telling series. 

And Marvel Live will take over the Smoothie King Center this weekend; we'll chat with one of their strongest superheroes! 

This week on All Things New Orleans we discuss an interesting and affordable solution to homelessness with Haiyan Khan, founder of Santosha Village.  Then Jessica Rosgaard returns with The Advocate's Stephanie Grace to talk about Steve Scalise and his contributions to Louisiana politics. 

This week on All Things New Orleans, we discuss the city's gun violence with Crime Analyst, Jeff Asher. Then Jessica Rosgaard returns with The Advocate's Stephanie Grace as we end the 2017 Legislative session. 

We'll also chat with Olympic Gold medalist Cullen Jones about the USA Swimming Foundation's Make a Splash Initiative. And musician Greg Schatz shares his new album, Small Peace of Mind

This week on All Things New Orleans,  Jessica Rosgaard checks in with Cityscapes columnist Richard Campanella to discuss property lines around the French Quarter. Then, we'll speak with Lauren Galliano of the Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans. She'll tell us all about the Parade of Homes, which is an opportunity to tour new homes and see the latest building techniques. 

We'll also share an episode of the Listening Post and information on a full-scale drill of the city's evacuation system. 

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This week on All Things New Orleans, we chat with Stand with Dignity's lead organizer, Toya Lewis, about a series of song story workshops. Then, we'll discuss a report on street maintenance and how to pay for it with Amy Glovinsky, President of the Bureau for Governmental Research. 

And Jessica Rosgaard returns with The Advocate's Stephanie Grace to talk about the upcoming mayoral race and more from this year's legislative session. Then, another story from Bring Your Own, a live story-telling series. 

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we discuss the restoration of a historic downtown building. Green Coast Principal and Co-Founder Will Bradshaw shares a bit of the history and redevelopment ideas for the multi-use Pythian Building in downtown New Orleans. 

Then, Jessica Rosgaard discusses prison reform legislation with The Advocate's Stephanie Grace. 

And, New Orleans Funk Master, Jon Cleary talks about new projects, his love for the city and more! 

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, our friend Eduardo Courtade joins us to share a few upcoming events hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He's the Program Director for local stations Radio Tropical and La Fabulosa, which play music in addition to covering sports and news in Spanish.  

Then, Jessica Rosgaard checks in with Baton Rouge Representative Ted James to talk about his law enforcement bills. 

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