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On the November 19, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
Mardi Gras took place this past week in New Orleans and I will review some of my personal experiences as well as some of the other events that took place. Some have even sggested that this was one of the rudest Mardi Gras in recent history. Is it tourists? Locals? Students?
But before that I will discuss several other issues that have been going on in the news recently.
Marie Harf made a ruckus because of comments she made about terrorism and poverty. While I do not necessarilly agree with her assessment completely I also question the legitimacy of the arguments made by those who are attacking her for making what they call "stupid" arguments. Some point to the lack of criticism of President Bush when he pretty much said the same thing previously. However, there is another reason why we shouldn't take such folks seriously.
Finally, the City of New Orleans passed a smoking ordinance that I feel goes way to far in some areas and completely misses the boat in other areas. I will go over why the ban should pretty much be flipped from what it currently is using my mardi gras experiences as an example.
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Mardi Gras and its history and celebration, king cake for everyone;
New Orleans culture and how its residents preserve their history;
The lottery otherwise known as the US Postal Service, other options;
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Education and the variety of options for students looking to the future;
Dating in 2015, a few more tips and tales for folks of all ages;
Getting to know more about Joanna Connor, an amazing guitarist.
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On The Menu: Mario and Bill celebrate Mardi Gras by making Mario's giant muffuletta. A traditional muffuletta consists of a muffuletta loaf split horizontally and covered with layers of marinated olive salad, mortadella, salami, mozzarella, ham, and provolone.
On this episode Mario puts his own unique twist on the classic sandwich and uses ingredients that anyone can find at their local supermarket. Mario's muffuletta is sure to make your Mardi Gras celebration a hit! Get Mario's muffuletta recipe HERE: http://jcook.it/1hzGnHE
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Join Debbie Workman, this week as she chats all things mardi gras with author Frank Borne.
Six months after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans celebrated Mardi Gras. The celebration in 2006 was as lively as ever, but smaller. There were four fewer days, six fewer carnival krewes and every parade had to use the same route......BUT laissez les bons temps rouler.....even history's most devastating natural disaster could not destroy the spirit of our community captured in the background photo of the world's largest and best free party. Join us during the height of the season as we chat about Mardi Gras immediately post-Katrina and then ten years later. Only in NOLA!!! Also, we have Valentines coming up on Saturday of next week...and nothing could be more appropriate than a show integrating Valentines Day with Mardis Gras fanfare.
This evening we have Vince Vance joining Cary and Gretchen the Wonder Girl for a reflective evening of looking at Mardi Gras and Valentines Day. We will be discussing the relationship between the two celebrations and sharing much of Vance's music...Join us for some fun!
With February 6th marking International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation, we have with us Nina Smart to discuss this barbaric practice suffered by young girls and women across the globe!
Crossing the threshold into the second half of the show, we also mark the season of Mardi Gras in my hometown of New Orleans. I'll share with you the holiday parade Schedule and discuss the many parades named for Goddesses Isis, Olympia, Nyx, Eve, Nemesis, and Selene. I'll also share with you the pagan roots of Mardi Gras from my book, Sacred Places of Goddess: 108 Destination.
Mardi Gras week brings lots of history from Louisiana to the world. During this week in New Orleans, beads fly in the sky colors of green, purple and gold everywhere. Parades march down Bourbon Street while passing the French Quarters with music, dancing and laughter.. This week many tradition of the Creole and Cajun culture come alive! Out of the many joys of New Orleans there is food...to name a few gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice.
Well Flavor Living Radio talks with Harold Toussaint from
The Praline Connection Restaurant on 542 Frenchmen Street. Listen and hear how this great location is...here's proof.
"Many celebrities from politics, entertainment, the music industry, and private industry have come by The Praline Connection for some good down home cooking. Some of the most famous customers have been: Oliver Stone, Kevin Costner, Victoria Principal, Alex Haley, Spike Lee, Denzel Washington, Gladys Knight, Patty Labelle, Don King and Kim Fields"
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The two owners who started this great restaurant Curtis Moore, Jr. and Cecil Kaigler have giving new excitement to New Orleans.
Join the Fever Keeps It Real crew as our very own Chris Gary gives us a report on the success of last weekend's CWF Mardi Gras Madness show. Tune in for his insight on and wrapup of the show. We will also be previewing this week's TNA Impact Wrestling and will be discussing this sunday's WWE Elimination Chamber PPV. Join us for all the latests news in the world of professional wrestling as well as some surprises!
Ok, the dreary dark days and the fog, gave me a craving for some New Orleans music. Join me for a quick fix of NOLA music to get you in the mood for Mardi Gras in February. So Fat Tuesday is Feb. 24th but the parties have begun for the parades in NO but I am in Ohio, and just playing the music of the season, so to speak.**CORRECTION** Fidgety Feet was played by Bob Crosby's Bob Cats not the brass band I mentioned.