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Crosstown Conversations is a weekly radio show about news, arts, culture, and the environment in New Orleans, hosted by Jeanne Nathan, Wednesdays at 6:00PM on WBOK 1230. Follow us on Twitter @CrosstownConvos, and on Facebook, at CrosstownJeanneNathan; and listen online each week at http://ow.ly/ZUKcA.

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Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting

Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting by Crosstown Conversations

56 MIN3 d ago
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Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting

Your Most Powerful Tool - 11.5.19

Your most powerful tool: your vote. Dr. Silas Lee, Environmental Journalist Joan Meiners, and Political Strategist Karen Carvin Shachat

59 MIN1 w ago
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Your Most Powerful Tool - 11.5.19

Full moon, Hard Rock and New Orleans Film Festival - 10.22.19

True Don Quixote writer/director Chris Poché and from Louisiana Film and Entertainment Assn, Trey Burvant

57 MIN1 w ago
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Full moon, Hard Rock and New Orleans Film Festival - 10.22.19

Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas - 10.29.19

Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas Randy Fertel and Gianna Chacchere

58 MIN1 w ago
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Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas - 10.29.19

NOFF turns 30 - 10 8 19

Film Fest 30th Anniversary; Who Do VoDou New Orleans style. Jennifer Samani invites us to the New Orleans Film Festival, plus Sallie Ann Glassman and the Vodou on Day of the Dead.

55 MINOCT 10
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NOFF turns 30 - 10 8 19

Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth - 9.24.19

Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth NOMA's contemporary art curator Katie Pfohl, musician Mahmoud Chouki and Dr. Erik Johnson on the disappearing birds.

58 MINOCT 1
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Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth - 9.24.19

Political dilemma and the Enigmatic River - 9.17.19

Photographer Richard Sexton on his new book, Enigmatic Stream: Industrial Landscapes of the Lower Mississippi and TV writer/producer, Deno Seder

64 MINSEP 24
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Political dilemma and the Enigmatic River - 9.17.19

Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level - 9.10.19

Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level. Artist Tina Freeman on her new book and exhibit; Julius E. Kimbrough, Jr. from CCCLT on their new projects

61 MINSEP 18
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Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level - 9.10.19

Eat the Problem, and Greening a neighborhood. - 9.3.19

Angela M Chalk, MSHCM Executive Director Healthy Community Services Kirsha Kaechele Artist and Dana Brown, Landscape Architect

56 MINSEP 10
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Eat the Problem, and Greening a neighborhood. - 9.3.19

Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet - 8.21.19

Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet; First slave ship on North American shore, August 1619 Social activist Malik Rahim, Civic Leader Paul Montjoy III, and Sculptor Robert C. Tannen

62 MINAUG 28
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Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet - 8.21.19

Latest Episodes

Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting

Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting by Crosstown Conversations

56 MIN3 d ago
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Cheeses galore, Arts in the woods, and Voting

Your Most Powerful Tool - 11.5.19

Your most powerful tool: your vote. Dr. Silas Lee, Environmental Journalist Joan Meiners, and Political Strategist Karen Carvin Shachat

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Your Most Powerful Tool - 11.5.19

Full moon, Hard Rock and New Orleans Film Festival - 10.22.19

True Don Quixote writer/director Chris Poché and from Louisiana Film and Entertainment Assn, Trey Burvant

57 MIN1 w ago
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Full moon, Hard Rock and New Orleans Film Festival - 10.22.19

Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas - 10.29.19

Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas Randy Fertel and Gianna Chacchere

58 MIN1 w ago
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Improvisation Conference, Jules Feiffer, and new ideas - 10.29.19

NOFF turns 30 - 10 8 19

Film Fest 30th Anniversary; Who Do VoDou New Orleans style. Jennifer Samani invites us to the New Orleans Film Festival, plus Sallie Ann Glassman and the Vodou on Day of the Dead.

55 MINOCT 10
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NOFF turns 30 - 10 8 19

Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth - 9.24.19

Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth NOMA's contemporary art curator Katie Pfohl, musician Mahmoud Chouki and Dr. Erik Johnson on the disappearing birds.

58 MINOCT 1
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Bodies of Knowledge in art and 3 billion birds gone from Earth - 9.24.19

Political dilemma and the Enigmatic River - 9.17.19

Photographer Richard Sexton on his new book, Enigmatic Stream: Industrial Landscapes of the Lower Mississippi and TV writer/producer, Deno Seder

64 MINSEP 24
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Political dilemma and the Enigmatic River - 9.17.19

Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level - 9.10.19

Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level. Artist Tina Freeman on her new book and exhibit; Julius E. Kimbrough, Jr. from CCCLT on their new projects

61 MINSEP 18
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Icebergs and Marshes, Building communities on the ground level - 9.10.19

Eat the Problem, and Greening a neighborhood. - 9.3.19

Angela M Chalk, MSHCM Executive Director Healthy Community Services Kirsha Kaechele Artist and Dana Brown, Landscape Architect

56 MINSEP 10
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Eat the Problem, and Greening a neighborhood. - 9.3.19

Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet - 8.21.19

Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet; First slave ship on North American shore, August 1619 Social activist Malik Rahim, Civic Leader Paul Montjoy III, and Sculptor Robert C. Tannen

62 MINAUG 28
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Betsy, Camille, Katrina--have we learned yet - 8.21.19
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