Episodes

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Decoration Day

For many, Memorial Day is the official start of summer, kicked off with a large parade and a celebration of the men and women who gave their lives so we could have the freedom to enjoy our own. But up until 1971, this day was simply known as "Decoration Day.” Join us at the table as we discuss this important tradition. Mentioned on this episod...

United Cajun Navy

Louisiana is known as a “Sportsman‘s Paradise”, but due to its location, it has also seen more than its share of natural disasters from hurricanes. Join us at the table, to hear about a grassroots effort for sportsman and sports women to join forces in an effort to help their neighbors when disaster strikes. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005 Todd Te...

Gullah Geechee

Located on the sea islands of South Carolina and Georgia are communities of people who are descendants of enslaved Africans. They have a unique culture that is directly linked to West Africa. In South Carolina, this group of African-Americans and the language they speak are referred to as Gullah, and in Georgia they are called Geechee. Many histor...

The Steel Magnolia Bed & Breakfast: Natchitoches, Louisiana

If walls could talk, the Steel Magnolia Bed & Breakfast in Natchitoches would have hundreds of stories to tell. The home is located in Natchitoches, Louisiana where the writer of the play, Robert Darling, originally grew up. The 1989 film was shot here in this very small town and today the central home to this story is run as a bed & break...

The Grand Ole Opry featuring Sean Dietrich

We’re discussing the show that made country music famous! The Grand Ole Opry is the longest running radio show; turning 100 next year! With an ever changing lineup of musicians, each performance is broadcast to a global audience via WSM radio, SiriusXM and Circle. We got to sit down with our dear friend, Sean Dietrich to discuss his debut Opry exp...