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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
Louisiana Lefty, hosted by veteran campaign organizer and Democratic strategist Lynda Woolard, is a podcast about politics and community in Louisiana, where we make the case that the health of the state requires a strong progressive movement, fueled by the critical work of organizing on the ground. Our goal is to democratize information, demystify party politics and empower you to join the mission. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack for creating our Super ...
 
LSU Manship School Professor Bob Mann and Advocate Editorial Writer Lanny Keller exchange rankings of the ten Louisiana governors in their lifetime…from Earl Long to John Bel Edwards. Mann worked for Gov. Kathleen Blanco and Keller was on the team of Gov. David Treen. Keller and Mann also talk about the testimony of Special Counsel Bob Mueller before two U.S. House committees and the discussion about LSU’s new multimillion dollar football operations building. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chi ...
 
Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
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Dr. Kip Corbin talks being a U.S. Olympic Team Doctor during the 1988 Olympic Trials and the 1992 Olympics, and working with the LSU Women's Track team. He also gives tips in strength training and flexibility and how to maintain it as you get older. Dr. Wendy Suzuki discusses her book, "Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood E…
 
Europe was ablaze with the biggest war that the planet had experienced up to that time. In Louisiana, there were also lots of battles; including an end to the Red Light District, racial tensions and the coming of prohibition. And there were a few clear victories with the evolution of Jazz and women’s suffrage. Historian Brian Altobello joins Louisi…
 
Between the levee and the Mississippi River is the batture – a lively slip of wilderness that a tiny community calls home. There's batture land right here in the midst of metropolitan New Orleans – but unless you're lucky enough to know a batture dweller, there's a good chance you weren't aware of one of the city’s most unconventional neighborhoods…
 
435. We talk to Steven Shepard about his novel. Brother Against Brother: Civil War is a historical fictional novel about the Red River Campaign of the American Civil War as it was as experienced by Captain Douglas Ivey. Captain Ivey gets assigned by his commander, General Richard Taylor, to assemble a rag tag squad of soldiers drafted from local Lo…
 
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Deer Program Manager, Johnathan Bordelon, returns to the podcast to discuss the effects of Hurricane Ida might have on our state this coming fall and beyond; on this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast presented by SKRE Gear #louisianabowhunter #LABH…
 
Host Lynda Woolard is joined by Amelie LeBreton, former finance director for the DCCC and Planned Parenthood, as well as current development director for the Louisiana SPCA, for the second of a two-part conversation on fundraising for political campaigns. Learn more about creating a finance plan at the Complete Political Fundraising Guide for 2021 …
 
Kyle Ardoin gives an update on postponed state elections. Phillip Manuel discusses the struggles of being a musician during a pandemic, and talks his musical influences. Rudy Macklin speaks on Dale Brown's impact as a coach and how the school plans to honor his legacy.
 
Hypolite Landry recalls breaking the world flight record in 1969, being a coroner. David Fahrenthold discusses Donald Trump's finances. Tyler Bridges talks sports betting in Louisiana, Vincent Bruno, and his new book, "The Flight: A Father's War, a Son's Search."Darlene Adams Rowland talks the Red Stick Farmer's Market, and their upcoming auction.…
 
Political commentator and author George Will reflects on his career as a writer, how America has changed over the years, and his new book "American Happiness and Discontents: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020." LSU assistant professor and researcher Joshua Darr talks the effects of local newspapers dropping national opinion columns, new book "Home Styl…
 
Even through the COVID-19 slowdown and taunting by hurricanes there has been lots going on in Louisiana over the last couple years. To prove its point, Louisiana Life magazine presents its annual La Nouvelle Louisiane awards. Melanie Warner Spencer, the magazine’s managing editor, joins Errol Laborde along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot to di…
 
Bob Mann talks COVID and vaccine restrictions at LSU and his new book, "Backrooms and Bayous: My Life in Louisiana Politics." Dr. Juko Holiday discusses her experience losing her home in the California wildfires and the recall election in California. Oscar Shoenfelt refelcts on his career as a sports agent and talks his book, "Sports Agent: Up the …
 
Reporter Lamar White talks his research into the assassination of Huey Long. Former Major League Baseball great Roger Clemens was a guest to talk about a philanthropic award he's set to receive and a look back on his career. The Voice of Tiger Stadium Dan Borne began his 36th season as LSU's public address announcer for football games. He's also th…
 
On this week’s show, we explore the intersections between hunting, gathering, fishing, and our changing environment. We begin at the Best of Bycatch event – a lighthearted competition hosted by the Southern Food & Beverage Museum back in 2017 – where a highly invasive fish is on the menu: the Asian Carp. Coastal scientist Alisha Renfro talks about …
 
434. We talk to some members of Allendale Strong — Roosevelt Bryant, John Perkins, and Dorothy Wiley. Allendale is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Shreveport, and home to a rich history stretching back over a century. AllendaleStrong is a learning-doing group of citizens, working together to renew our community Relationally, Economically, and En…
 
The Washington Post's National security reporter Joby Warrick talks about the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Former Louisiana Congressman Billy Tauzin talks about Hurricane Ida recovery and a spirited discussion erupted over January 6, 2021 and the riot on the U.S. Capitol. Author Lauren Tarshis discusses her book "I Surv…
 
When the story of the protests for more civil rights in Louisiana is told there were several key stops along the way including a church in Shreveport, a march to Bogalusa and Dooky Chase restaurant in New Orleans. Organizer Brenda McKinley and former TV news anchor Norman Robinson join Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with p…
 
Dr.Loren Scott discusses Hurricane Ida's economic impact. Mayor Nic Hunter speaks on where Lake Charles is in their rebuilding efforts. Mary Stein talks reopening the library after the hurricane. Ruchi Gupta discusses food allergies, tolerances and sensitivities.
 
The origins of food and spirits are usually not well known and can sometimes be hard to track down. After all, how do you figure out where something that’s been around for centuries originated? On this week’s show we’ll speak with several culinary historians about the history of some fabulous foods, and some spirits too. We begin with author and hi…
 
433. Singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier joins us to discuss her new memoir, Saved by a Song. Mary Gauthier was twelve years old when she was given her Aunt Jenny’s old guitar and taught herself to play with a Mel Bay basic guitar workbook. Music offered her a window to a world where others felt the way she did. Songs became lifelines to her, and she l…
 
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