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Tommy talks to patrick Mulhearn, LFEA board member and Executive Director of Celtic Studios, about the state of the film industry in Louisiana.
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WWL’s Mr. Food, Tom Fitzmorris talks food, cooking, recipes, restaurants, wine and dining with WWL callers.
For the first time in the Sean Payton Era the Saints lost a game in which they finished +3 in turnover margin. To add to the insanity the Saints didn’t allow the Giants a single offensive touchdown. I would have NEVER guessed that it was even possible that the Saints lose a game in which they accomplish these feats. So then the question becomes HOW did it happen? Find out with T-Bob Hebert and Kristian Garic.
Last night on the first night of the Democratic convention – did you get a sense of a united America? Not everyone watches the conventions – but you all hear about and read about what was said. The Democrats are still somewhat divided within their ranks – but do you get a sense there was a message of uniting America? AND: Even if you don’t like President Obama – Michelle Obama gave a stirring speech last night to the convention and the nation. One part of the speech stood out. The First Lady talked about waking up every morning in a house that was built by slaves and she thinks about how her daughters – young black females – play in the White House yard. She said this in a way that made it seem as if she was recognizing that the past is over and we should look at and focus on the opportunities available today. How are you reacting to that part of the Michelle Obama’s speech?
Tommy talks to Louisiana State Representative Valerie Hodges about her bill that would let students recite the Declaration of Independence in the class rooms.
The Cure opened their North American tour in New Orleans and the 2nd sold out show was last night at the UNO Lakefront Arena. There was a broad range of demographics at the show last night from Baby Boomers to young males and females who were too young to have any reference to the band when they were hitting their peak in the late-80s – passionately sang the words to all of the bands big hits – like “Just Like Heaven” and “Picture of You.” Even the mature adults were reduced to less than mature behavior when they heard the songs of The Cure. Were you there? Did you like the concert? When you go to a concert like “The Cure” – are you there to relive or remember the past? Do you have kids who love bands, like The Cure, that you loved then and now? What bands are spanning generations? If you go to a concert of a band from your past, are you sad that no longer back there or happier where you are today?