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PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Airs on Wednesday at 4PM and again on Sunday at 7:30AM. Lyn Koppel talks with the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, or CASA, of Jefferson Parish. Find out more about them right here.
NOLA BY MOUTH: Airs on Wednesday at 4:30PM and Saturday at 9:30PM. Host Amy Sins shows us the best sides of New Orleans food culture, focuses on current events and brings interesting personalities to the table (pun intended). This week Chef Amy talks to “Louisiana Seafood King” 2011 and “Chopped” winner Chef Cory Bahr about Delta Cuisine and his new business Heritage Catering. Find out more about Bahr here.
CHARLIE’S MUSIC SHOW: Tune in on Thursday at 4PM and Sunday at 12:00PM. Join host Charlie Smith as he tackles the local music scene and beyond. This week, Charlie sits down to talk with the band Benyaro.
THE WRITER’S FORUM: Tune in on Thursday at 4:30PM, Saturday at 8:30AM and Sunday at 1PM. David sits down for a conversation with New Orleans-based educators and writers Anya Groner and Peyton Burgess to talk about their work, process and hypothetical dream jobs.
Anya is an essayist, author and poet who teach creative writing to high school students at the NOCCA and occasionally teaches classes for adults through the Loyola Writing Institute. She is also a fiction editor for Terrain.org and the book review editor for the New Orleans Review.
Peyton is an instructor at Loyola University here in New Orleans and he recently published his first collection of stories via Lavender Ink entitled The Fry Pans Aren’t Sufficing. Both Anya and Peyton have been published numerous times in print and online.
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