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une bonne louche of Louisiana music traditional and contemporary and spices it up with music from Acadiana. Gumbo draws from more than 20 different genres. You'll hear jazz from 1917 to 2011, Cajun, Zydeco, blues, C&W, Rockabilly, R&B from the 1950s glory days to today's rockin' Atomic Pilot and Santeria, soul, funk, neo-soul, neofunk, hip-hop, brass bands from 1945 to today's brass-hop Soul Rebels, ska-punk, reggae, and more.
 
On Louisiana Eats! NOLA food icon Poppy Tooker takes us into Louisiana's wide open fields, deep waters, bustling markets, and busy kitchens. Poppy's people are carrying on the traditions of Louisiana's wholly local but universally celebrated food, from farm to table, and sometimes barroom! Poppy roams the State to find the folks whose inspiration and innovation are taking the abundant wealth of Louisiana's food culture into the future. Let's eat!
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing by Walt Whitman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 26, 2013.This poem is taken from Book 4 of Leaves of Grass, a collection of poetry which Whitman would continue editing and revising until his death. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
This is a gentle, delightful story of life and love on the bayoux of Acadian Louisiana during the latter half of the 19th century. Bonaventure is a Creole raised among the Acadians. He loves learning, and through his calling as a teacher, and his own unique force of character, comes to have a lasting effect on the people around him. A word of warning: This story has occasional references to Jews and African Americans that the modern mind finds offensive. They are retained here in the interes ...
 
Yee-haw! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time the boys are headed to the canebrakes in the swamps of Louisiana. Of course trouble follows our friends into the swamp, but Chunky will surprise everyone in this book. - Summary by Ann BoulaisPrevious book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in New EnglandNext book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Alaska
 
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Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Hot 8 Brass Band - On The Spot Kumasi - Slough City 79rs Gang - Shot That Signal Delores Galore - $till We $tay Suave x Prospek - March On Cassie Watson - Fantasie SPECIAL INTEREST - Street Pulse Beat Jonny Campos and Today's Hunks - Hunk It Leyla McCalla - Song for a Dark Girl Leyla McCalla - Latibonit…
 
There is a movement abreast in Christendom today to try to unhitch the Old Testament from the rest of the Bible. But that is a critical mistake because the Bible is and always will be one book with two testaments. That means that what we study in Genesis is every bit as important as what we study in Matthew, because all the books of the Bible are h…
 
None of us have been able to travel much this year, so to satisfy some wanderlust, we're traveling back in time this week on a magical trip Louisiana Eats took to France in the summer of 2015. We begin the journey in the Loire River Valley at Château du Clos Lucé, with a personal tour of the final residence of Leonardo da Vinci from Count Bernard S…
 
387. Part 2 of our interview with Mary Barile, author of The Irish Rogue. Mary Barile is a writer and historian, and the author of fourteen books about antiques, history, and the paranormal. She is also an award-winning playwright, with readings and productions from The Kennedy Center to just-off-Broadway. Mary is dedicated to bringing the past to …
 
Louisiana has long inspired the artist finding natural beauty, Kings and Queens, Jazz roots and the passion of many cultures. Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer, Kelly Massicot, join guest John Kemp, art columnist for Louisiana Life magazine, in painting a vivid picture of the state’s art scene. Oh yes, w…
 
Follow Hardwick Planting Company on Instagram. Learn more about Marshall's father, Jay Hardwick here. Join Louisiana Farm Bureau Find us on social media to connect with us and join the conversation. This Week In Louisiana Agriculture - TWILA on Facebook - TWILA on Instagram - TWILA on Twitter - TWILA on YouTube Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation - Lo…
 
Located just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, the area widely known as Louisiana's Northshore is a mere 40 minute drive from the French Quarter. As close as the Northshore is geographically, in every other way it is a world apart. Made up of multiple small towns, each with its own identity, St. Tammany Parish is a wonder to wander – whic…
 
386. Part 1 of our interview with Mary Barile about her play, The Irish Rogue. She based this play on Liberty in Louisiana by James Workman, the earliest known play about Louisiana. Mary is a writer and historian, and the author of fourteen books about antiques, history, and the paranormal. She is also an award-winning playwright, with readings and…
 
Monroe, Louisiana is the town that put the pop in Coca Cola and is near prehistoric mounds and a crop duster service that turned into a major airline. Monroe and its sister city West Monroe are separated by the Ouachita river that wins accolades for being scenic. Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer, Kelly …
 
Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Professor Longhair - Big Chief Katie Webster - Pussycat Moan The Leon Prima Band - Tin Roof Blues (Chimes Blues) Jelly Roll Morton - The Naked Dance Leadbelly - Easy Rider Jean Knight - Jesse Joe (You Got To Go) Li'l Buck - Cat Scream the Jerk Offisers - Monster PEARS - The World Is Ending (Sorta) Shotgun …
 
Whether you’re doing scholarly research or just want to indulge in an afternoon of history, here in the Crescent City, there’s no better place for that than the Historic New Orleans Collection. When forced to close their galleries earlier this year, the nonprofit jumped into action making extensive changes and additions to their online offerings to…
 
385. Every Man a King vs All the King's Men. Last spring, Bruce taught an upper-level course in Louisiana literature. This week, we're airing a class discussion on Huey Long in his autobiography, Every Man a King, vs Willie Stark in Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men. This week in Louisiana history. October 4, 1792. Under Gov. Carondelet, the …
 
Kyler and Locke are joined by long time LABH Community member Michael Pepper and Louisiana Game Warden Mason Spillman to discuss opening weekend from hunter and warden perspective; on this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast presented by Relentless Boats.Kyler Moppert による
 
When there’s a hint of fall in the air, it’s time to head to Middendorf’s to celebrate an Oktoberfest only Horst Pfeifer could possibly throw, complete with authentic German music, food and fun. Since opening a second Middendorf’s in Slidell, the Oktoberfest celebration has expanded to include both locations. This year’s Oktoberfest takes place fro…
 
Lake Charles is close enough to Texas to the west to have a cowboy influence; close enough to the Atchafalaya to the east to have a Cajun influence and close enough to the swamps to the south to have once been a hangout for pirates. Unfortunately, it is also close enough to have been on the path of Hurricane Laura. This week’s Louisiana Insider tal…
 
Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Chris Ardoin and Double Clutchin' - Stay In or Stay Out - Pass the Dutchie Peter King & Lester Herbert - Lafayette Zydeco Zydeco Force - Madeline Rosie Ledet - You're No Good For Me Queen Ida and her Zydeco Band - My Girl Josephine Queen Ida and The Bon Ton Zydeco Band - Sock It To Me Henry Gray - Lucky Lu…
 
In today’s lesson we’ll see the Israelites head from a place of joy down to a valley of bitterness. It’s a route they will follow for much of their history. A lot of us are on an emotional roller coaster that takes us down that same path and causes us to become bitter. Is there a cure for bitterness? There is, and we will learn all about that cure …
 
384. Maurice Ruffin returns to the podcast to talk about his new novel. We Cast a Shadow: A Novel is the story of a black lawyer in a version of the American South. We are dropped into a future where the country is even more willing than now to follow its worst, most racist inclinations. He wants to protect his son by getting him "demelanization" s…
 
He grew up listening to swamp pop music. The only difference was that his Pop was one of the swamp poppers. This week’s Inside Louisiana podcast is a fun romp through the music that echoed across Louisiana during the early days of rock and roll. Historian Shane Bernard has stories to tell not only about his dad, Rod Bernard, but about the music tha…
 
Playlist: Johnny Vidacovich and Nahmoud Chouki - Set Two: Piece Two ("Water") Tuba Skinny - Sidewalk Blues Haruka Kikuchi - Tiger Rag The New Orleans Jazz Vipers - Evenin' The Garry's - Make Out At The Drive-In The Bills - Apollo Creed Gulf Oyster Cult - Covid Happy Hour The Poots - Fast Food Lip Service The Split () Lips - Get Your Rosaries Off My…
 
Today as we come to chapter 14 of Exodus, we find the Israelites in one heck of a predicament. They are boxed into a canyon with cliffs on their left and cliffs on their right, the Red Sea in front of them, and Pharaoh’s army is at their rear coming to attack them. About all they could say at this point is “Oh no!” But it was God who got ‘em in thi…
 
383. We chat with Suzanne Stone about her book, New Orleans Coffee: A Rich History. New Orleans history is steeped in coffee. Café du Monde and Morning Call started serving café au lait more than a century ago. Outside the Cathedral of St. Louis in Jackson Square, early entrepreneurs like Old Rose provided eager churchgoers with the brew, and it wa…
 
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on businesses of all stripes, none more than the hospitality industry. In that struggling sector, there is one category seemingly without hope – the New Orleans neighborhood bar. These watering holes, where for generations people have gathered to celebrate and mourn, are on the brink of extinction. Since the initial shutd…
 
Several times Lake Pontchartrain has faced serious pollution issues and each time it has survived largely because the lake, when given a chance, has had the ability to cleanse itself. Once closed to public swimming, folks these days are invited to jump it to an amazingly clean body of water. The sea life provides more proof. Carlton Dufrechou knows…
 
Last time when we left off in our study in Exodus, the terrible plague of darkness had ended, but as we come today to chapter 12 an even more terrible plague is about to begin–the plague of the death of the firstborn. But with that plague the Lord gives the people a way out. He will pass over and death will not enter the home of any family that has…
 
If you've ever had a New Orleans Po-Boy then you know it's all about the bread... Real New Orleans French bread is something you can't just get anywhere, or at least that's what we thought. We decided it was time to get down to the dough of it and see what is happening with bread in New Orleans We begin the show with Graison Gill, pre-pandemic his …
 
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