Richard Campanella

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans our education reporter, Jess Clark, chats with author Walter C. Stern about his new book "Race and Education in New Orleans". Then, we'll discuss the medical marijuana program in Texas with Morris Denton, CEO of Compassionate Cultivation

And later, Jessica Rosgaard checks in with Cityscapes columnist Richard Campanella. 

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On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll discuss Chef Tunde Wey's social experiment, SAARTJ, which confronts the racial wealth gap in New Orleans. Then, Jessica Rosgaard returns with Cityscapes columnist Richard Campanella. 

And later, we'll chat about Hike the Lafitte Greenway, a free community event happening Saturday, March 10th.

On this week's edition of "All Things New Orleans" we'll chat with director Garrett Bradley about her award-winning short film documentary, Alone

Then, Jessica Rosgaard checks in with Richard Campanella to discuss his Cityscapes column for nola.com/The Times Picayune. And we'll share another episode of The Listening Post

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On this edition of All Things New Orleans we'll chat with award winning jazz & gospel vocalist Lizz Wright. She'll discuss her upcoming concert for the National Day of Racial Healing which is part of the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation tour. 

Then, Jessica Rosgaard returns with Richard Campanella, CityScapes columnist for nola.com/The Times Picayune. And we'll share information regarding special programming at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, in observance of Martin Luther King Day. 

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, Grammy Award winner Randy Newman chats with WWNO's Paul Maassen about his music and time in the crescent city. Then, New Orleans socialite and party promoter, Larry Morrow stops by to talk about his new book entitled, "All Bets On Me". 

On this week's edition of All Things New Orleans, we'll chat with Miriam Arkin and Casey Coleman, of Court 13 Arts, about their upcoming Always for Pleasure Festival.  Then, Jessica Rosgaard returns with Richard Campanella to discuss his CityScapes column for nola.com/The Times Picayune. 

And, the Green Project's Catherine Crowell talks "all things reuseable" as we approach America Recycles Day on November 15th. 

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This week on All Things New Orleans we sort through estimates of the city's shift in population with Dr. Allison Plyer, Executive Director of the Data Center. Then, WWNO's Jessica Rosgaard shares a conversation about the formation of Bayou Metairie with Cityscapes columnist, Richard Campanella. 

The legendary Aaron Neville is back in New Orleans for his French Quarter Festival debut; we'll share a quick chat with him about festival season and his latest album, "Apache". 

This week on All Things New Orleans, we’ll introduce a new monthly segment featuring the city's second lines with writer and videographer, Big Red Cotton.

WWNO’s Eve Troeh talks with Cityscapes columnist Richard Campanella about New Orleans’ building styles.

And UNO’s Dr. John Alan Williams shares information about the Louisiana Tourism Forecast; particularly visitors and total spending in New Orleans for 2016-2019.

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At a time when the Ebola virus is causing panic throughout the world, and has prompted dire warnings from international public health officials, we're revisiting a plague of old: The Plague.

For this month's "Cityscapes" piece on Nola.com, Tulane University's Richard Campanella focused on one of New Orleans's own epidemics. This month marks the 100th anniversary of the bubonic plague outbreak in New Orleans.

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Local geographer Richard Campanella has spent the last 20 years studying the city's topography and says that, unlike other cities, New Orleans' highest and lowest points are man-made creations.

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