To hear Sharon Litwin's interview with Maurice Cox on WWNO radio, click here. Every now and then, there’s a newspaper article or television clip showing some new community project spearheaded by Tulane City Center. Chances are, few of ... Read More »
Edward Anderson is a musician, teacher, husband and father. Like many families in New Orleans, his has been here for generations. But in the course of his lifetime Edward believes the village mentality of our neighborhoods has depleted over time.
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From Wednesday, June 5, to Saturday, June 8, New Orleans will play host to hundreds of spoken word poets from across the country at the 21st Annual Southern Fried Poetry Slam, the second largest poetry competition in the ... Read More »
To listent to Sharon Litwin's interview with Banu Gibson at WWNO radio, click here. Banu Gibson does what so many secretly wish they could do: be a jazz performer. She’s been at it a long time. “I started ... Read More »
To hear Sharon Litwin's interview with Dave Hurlbert on WWNO radio, click here. One could say that Dave Hurlbert moved from ballet to opera. But that would be only partially true. The owner of the Marigny Opera House, ... Read More »
To hear Sharon Litwin's interview with Ronald Marks on WWNO radio, click here. By now, most New Orleanians know that the Dalai Lama is in town this week. They may know that this Nobel Peace Prize Laureate will ... Read More »
To listen to Sharon Litwin's interview with Marigold McNealy on WWNO radio, click here. For the past few weeks the Public Broadcasting Service has been airing a short detective series set in 1950s England featuring a group of ... Read More »