On today’s show, we enjoy three sets of music starting with
saxophonist Rebecca Barry, followed by vibraphonist Jason Marsalis and
closing with the inimitable Henry Butler on piano. We also pay a visit to
Chef Anthony Spizale of The Rib Room, as he talks about growing up in...
As we do annually on the Kitchen Sink and late lamented Jazz Lunatique around
this time of year.
James Booker - 2 hours - Kitchen Sink December 14 at 10 PM
And in the spirit of James Booker, a report from Deep Cough on the Amsterdam
Cannabis Cup 2010.
I know how you're cl...
Upcoming holiday events throughout New Orleans will bring cheer and delight into the New Year, with enough dancing to keep you warm and gingerbread to keep you full. Help us expanding our listings by telling us about your favorite events.
The boss at WWOZ asked us tree elves to write about a 2010 WWOZ
highlight: Don't tell my sister this but I had Gemma, my 14 year old
niece, tally sober versus drunk callers during my Saturday midnight until
3am show. The ratio of sobers to drunks was two and a half dru...
On an overcast and sleepy Sunday I walked up to the Congo Square Rhythms
Festival at the Old US Mint in downtown New Orleans to soak in the pulse and
sounds of the world music flowing from the area. The crowd was diverse and
pretty colorful with many folks dressed up in tr...
Tork torched, Theresa toasted, Shamarr shook down, Papa grew funky, Uganda
conga-ed, Glen David consecrated, Willie Green spun emerald webs, Soul Sister
sizzled. You can trust some things over 30.
Try out this post-Thanksgiving recipe for all your leftover turkey hiding in
the freezer, or save it for a day when you're wishing Thanksgiving came more
than once a year. If you like the recipe, then check out Louisiana
Cookin' magazine. Subscribe with the promotion code w...
Tune in tomorrow, Thursday 12/9 during the final hour of the morning set (8am
central) when Anthony Cuccia, of “the Other Planets” will come by for an
extended stay in the studio, he was generous enough to offer a little live
in-studio tickling of the ivories, as well as br...
New Orleans paid tribute to one of its most famous native sons with the
unveiling of a new bronze statue of the Chief in Legends Park on Bourbon
Street Saturday night.
Master of Ceremonies Frank Maselli, Chairman of the American Italian
Renaissance Foundation, introduced ...