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Nashville Underground Radio has exciting events coming up, from the KEEN Digital Summit to the ICiT Films Launch Party! They'll also talk about #NUartist Zeke Duhon becoming Lightning 100 Artist of the Week, the Halloween fashion show and more!
Plus, this week's #NUartist is Jamie Meyer. Though he may not be a Nashville Native (he's from Stockholm, Sweden, and has a killer accent), he's opened up for some of Nashville's biggest stars such as Lady Antebellum and LeAnn Rimes! He's also in the studio in Nashville putting together a new album!
African American Foodways with Michael W. Twitty
Bernice Alexander Bennett host, welcomes Michael W. Twitty, a food writer, independent scholar, culinary historian, and historical interpreter who is personally charged with preparing, preserving and promoting African American foodways and its parent traditions in Africa and her Diaspora and its legacy in the food culture of the American South. Michael is a Judaic studies teacher from the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area and his interests include food culture, food history, Jewish cultural issues, African American history and cultural politics. Michael will highlight and address food’s critical role in the development and definition of African American civilization and the politics of consumption and cultural ownership that surround it.
Michael’s work is a braid of two distinct brands: the Antebellum Chef and Kosher/Soul. Antebellum Chef represents the vast number of unknown Black cooks across the Americas that were essential in the creation of the creole cuisines of Atlantic world. The reconstruction and revival of traditional African American foodways means seed keeping, growing heirlooms and heritage crops, raising heritage breeds and sustainably gathering and maintaining wild flora and fauna that our ancestors relied upon. The responsible exploration of the Southern food heritage demands that the cooks of colonial, federal era and antebellum kitchens and enslaved people’s cabins be honored for their unique role in giving the Southland her mother cuisine.
Catholic History with Charles Coulombe 7: Catholicism in the South (Part I) How often do we Catholics hear that Protestantism has ruled the South and that Catholicism had no pride of place, neither historically nor currently? Well, how much do we really know about Catholic history in the Old South? Hopefully we know enough to know that the first assertion is complete nonsense.
What does the antebellum period in the Southern United States tell us about Catholicism, and what happened to it during the War Between the States and in the "reconstruction" years? How is a Catholic to understand the successive chain of events that took the United States from the War of Nothern Aggression of 1861-1865. In this first installment of our two part miniseries on the United States War of Southern Independence, we will look at the lead up to and the time of the War itself. The culture, ideas, idealogies and influences that affected the minds of American Catholics.
Join us as our distinguished guest Charles A. Coulombe talks with hosts Justin Soeder & Nicholas Wansbutter about this very rich topic of Catholic History in the South and beyond and imparts his wisdom and insight on the Catholic Church & the South, Part I.
Catholic History with Charles Coulombe is a presentation of the Restoration Radio Network. All Rights are Reserved.
Matt and Shawn are back again at the Southern Living Idea House at Fontanel for the Biscuits and Jam Concert Series. This week features a performance by Sarah Darling!
This week Matt and Shawn bring back their friend Ann Marie, who just released her debut single Cowboy Up! They also tease music from UPCOMING #NUartist Zeke Duhon, and discuss Lady Antebellum, the Icona Pop after party featuring Nikki Williams, the Respect the Row party, Musicians Corner and more from Music City!
The Houmas House in Darrow, Louisiana is an antebellum plantation and sister property of the famous Greenbrier Resort in Virginia. This historical jewel sits between New Orleans and Baton Rouge and contains a treasure trove of history within its walls. We were pleased to spend a day with the planation's colorful owner, entrepreneur Kevin Kelly and learn what he is doing to preserve Houmas House.
The greatest act of slave resistance in American history took place in 1811 just outside of New Orleans. Author Daniel Rasmussen discusses his book, American Uprising: The Untold Story of America's Largest Slave Revolt, and sheds new light on the great American paradox--slavery.
Finally, native New Orleanian and travel writer Laura Martone is the author of the Moon Travel Guide to New Orleans joins us to talk about the best the Big Easy has to offer.
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