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Win Tickets to see The B-52’s

Win Tickets to see The B-52’s

Listen all week long for the cue to call and win tickets to see The B-52’s to kick off the R + L Carriers New Orleans Bowl along with very special guest Berlin on December 20! We’re looking for a lucky caller EVERY WEEKDAY during THE SPUD SHOW! The number to dial is (504) 260-1067.…More

Culinary Tour of New Orleans: A Passport to Dining

Culinary Tour of New Orleans: A Passport to Dining

Listen every weekday morning for a new restaurant recommendation from Spud and Mike of The Spud Show! This October, we will be bringing you world-class restaurants you can try right in New Orleans. We will also have exclusive clips from each interview right here for you to see in case you missed it! It the…More


President Trump helping Rispone campaign in Monroe

The president of the United States is scheduled to visit Louisiana Monday to help a gubernatorial candidate campaign ahead of next week’s election. President Donald Trump is expected to help gubernatorial candidate Eddie Rispone campaign in Monroe. The rally is scheduled for 7 p.m. and will be held at the Monroe Civic Center.Rispone, a Republican,…More

Chef Brian Landry, singer PJ Morton appear on Today

New Orleans-based chef Brian Landry, owner of Jack Rose Restaurant, and famed New Orleans singer PJ Morton both appeared on Today on NBC Wednesday morning.Morton performed his hit song “Say So” and talked about playing with Maroon 5.Landry whipped up shrimp inspired dishes for Hoda Kotb and Andy Cohen.READ MORE:Chef Brian Landry, singer PJ Morton…More

New Orleans biotech startups announce expansion, new job openings

The expansion of three New Orleans biotech start-ups is expected to bring 135 high-paying new jobs to the area. City leaders joined the New Orleans Business Alliance, and Louisiana Economic Development to make the announcement Wednesday.They said AxoSim, Cadex Genomics, and Obatala Sciences will post the job openings soon.The New Orleans Business Alliance released the…More

Entergy: Underground boring causes power outage at City Hall, Civil District Court

New Orleans City Hall and Civil District Court lost power Wednesday afternoon. According to Entergy, crews are aware of the power outage and are working to restore power. Entergy issued the following statement on the outage: “Entergy crews have confirmed that a non-Entergy contractor installing underground fiber optic cable in downtown New Orleans inadvertently bored…More


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