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The Working Artist Project
Evan Christopher: The Tradition is Eternally Modern

The Working Artist Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:12


In this weeks episode of the Working Artist Project, Darrian Douglas and Gregory Agid speak to clarinetist virtuoso, Evan Christopher Evan Christopher combines virtuosity, immaculate taste, and enthusiasm with a commitment to exploring the full range of possibilities in the New Orleans clarinet tradition. His highly personal brand of “contemporary, early jazz” strives to extend the legacies of early Creole clarinet heroes such as Sidney Bechet, Barney Bigard and Omer Simeon. Critics remarking on Christopher's dynamic expressiveness have coined his style “close-encounter music” (NEW YORK TIMES) and have called his respect for the music traditions of New Orleans, “a triumph, joining the present seamlessly to a glorious past.” (THE OBSERVER, UK). His journey on Clarinet Road began in 1994, when he left his native California to join the New Orleans music community. Diverse freelance work included gigs with musicians such as Al Hirt and veterans of Preservation Hall to funk and brass bands including the Nightcrawlers and Galactic. But in 1996, he left for San Antonio, Texas to appear nightly for nearly three years with the Jim Cullum Jazz Band and record several of their public radio programs, Riverwalk: Live from the Landing. When Christopher returned to New Orleans in 2001, his published research on the New Orleans clarinet style initiated pursuit of a Master's degree in Musicology at Tulane University. He began touring internationally and producing his “Clarinet Road” series of CDs (STR Digital). In August 2005, when Federal levees failed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina decimating the city, Christopher left again for Paris at the invitation of the French Embassy's Cultural Services division, where he formed his group, Django à la Créole. This Europe-based quartet fused Gypsy Swing with Latin-tinged grooves of New Orleans and beyond and was distinguished for an acoustic intimacy paired with driving swing. Critics charmed by the group queried, “Is there a more graceful band at work at the moment?” (THE SUNDAY TIMES UK). Three CDs for Lejazzetal (London), in partnership with Frémeaux & Associés (Paris)—Django à la Créole (2007), Finesse (2010), and LIVE! (2014)—earned the group critical attention worldwide for its elegant character. As a composer, Christopher's original songs are the high point of acclaimed recordings including Delta Bound (Arbors, 2007) featuring pianist Dick Hyman, The Remembering Song (Arbors, 2010) featuring guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, his clarinet feature on the Grammy-winning New Orleans Jazz Orchestra's Book One (2012) and his latest Clarinet Road CD, Bayou Chant & Other Textures (STR Digital, 2016). In July 2010, he had the honor to debut his Treat It Gentle Suite with the Minnesota Orchestra, which was the first concerto written for clarinet with band in the New Orleans style. Evan Christopher began his musical training on clarinet at age 11. In high school, he received the Louis Armstrong National Jazz Award and was one of the first graduates of the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy. He continued studies at the University of Southern California and graduated with honors from California State University, Long Beach. A brief teaching stint at the University of New Orleans saw the creation of a New Orleans music ensemble that performed with guest mentors such as Lucien Barbarin and Marcus Roberts. Since 2008, having returned once again to New Orleans, Christopher actively advocates for the cultural workforce and music education. He frequently tours with and records as a guest with forward-looking artists, while performances under his own name are often complemented by workshops and educational and community outreach. Occasional columns about the music scene and New Orleans culture written for NolaVie.com, evidence Evan's passion for the city's indigenous traditions.

Myths in Movies
Swamp Monsters: the Bunyip and the Grunch

Myths in Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 51:49 Transcription Available


Think that alligators are the only terrors in the swamp? Think again, my friend! This week we are introducing you to some whole new horrors that live in the swamp.  We're talking about the Bunyip, the legendary creature haunting the rivers of Australia, the grunch of Louisiana, and more! Support the show

The Gumbo Show
Getting Closer!

The Gumbo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 23:49


The World Championship of Gumbo aka The Real Super Bowl is on Oct 8 and 9 and is right around the corner. The Greater Iberia Chamber CEO Thomas Falgout joins us for some big updates on what to expect at the event.

We Travel There with Lee Huffman
Lake Charles, LA | Creole Nature Trail, Smoked Boudin & Delta Downs

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 34:37


We're in Lake Charles, Louisiana, with Shalisa Roland of VisitLakeCharles.org. We talk about driving the Creole Natural Trail, eating smoked Boudin, and watching the horses race at Delta Downs. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/lakecharles Acorns invests your spare change automatically on every purchase. Plus, you can earn Found Money by shopping at participating retailers. It's a great way to build up your travel fund. For a limited time, sign up at wetravelthere.com/acorns & we'll both earn $5.

PeiPei沒在鬧 . PeiPeiTalks
EP89『Pei你吃世界』紐奧良特色美食一次介紹!Po Boy是什麼?秋葵濃湯你喝嗎?|with Leo

PeiPei沒在鬧 . PeiPeiTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 43:50


之前說不想再另外錄一集紐奧良的節目,但七月份去完紐奧良覺得它太值得錄一集好好介紹了!這集會著重在紐奧良的特色食物上,以及這些食物背後的歷史故事,我們會聊到:必吃的法式甜甜圈 BeignetPo Boy是什麼東西!?Gumbo翻成中文是秋葵濃湯你敢喝嗎Creole是料理是一種人也是一種語言?Jambalaya 西班牙燉飯聽起來很好吃必吃的海鮮Crawfish Boil但我沒吃到生蠔你吃生的還烤的!?來自紐奧良的颶風調酒超大杯 我覺得這是目前去過美國最特別的一州,不管音樂藝術和歷史文化都很值得大家好好探究一番!歡迎追蹤我的IG: @peipeitalks 看圖片分享!如果喜歡這集的話也可以幫我分享出去,或是在Apple Podcast幫我打星評分喔! 【PeiPei沒在鬧.PeiPeiTalks】 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/peipeitalks/ Website:https://peipeitalks.com/ 小額贊助節目請PeiPei喝杯咖啡繼續創作: https://pay.firstory.me/user/peipeitalks ﹤Music produced by YA Wen﹥ Powered by Firstory Hosting

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

487. We interview Zella Palmer about the history of Creole cooking. She is the author of Recipes and Remembrances of Fair Dillard, 1869-2019. Zella, educator, food historian, author, and filmmaker, serves as the Chair and Director of the Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African-American Material Culture. Palmer is committed to preserving the legacy of African-American, Native American, and Latino culinary history in New Orleans and the South. Palmer curated The Story of New Orleans Creole Cooking: The Black Hand in the Pot academic conference and documentary, the Nellie Murray Feast, and the Dr. Rudy Joseph Lombard: Black Hand in the Pot Lecture Series.This week in Louisiana history. September 17, 1712. Antoine Crozat receives royal charter giving exclusive trading rights to Louisiana.This week in New Orleans history. First Saints Season Game, Tulane Stadium, September 17, 1967. This week in Louisiana. Alligator Festival September 22-25, 2022 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm 13825 River Rd Luling LA 70070 Join us for the Annual Alligator Festival at the Westbank Bridge Park in St. Charles Parish, every last full weekend in September. The Alligator Festival is hosted by the Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish to fundraise for college scholarships awarded to our local youth. Enjoy live alligators, 10 bands, carnival rides, Cajun cuisine, craft booths, and more. You won't want to say "see you later alligator" to this one-of-a-kind festival! View Website Phone: 504-606-1267 Email: alligatorfestival@gmail.com Postcards from Louisiana. Jimmy Buffett at Jazz Fest.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.  

Grassroots Church Roundtable Podcast
Ep.115 - Creole and Condemnation

Grassroots Church Roundtable Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 46:42


Enter into a conversation between the elders of the church, covering a wide range of topics like doctrine, church life, pop culture and food!

ACB Community
20220911 In the Kitchen with Courtney

ACB Community

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 51:42


Episode Notes Originally Aired September 11, 2022, on ACB Media 5   Making Red Beans & Rice. Ingredients: ·         1 package smoked sausage, such as Bryan or Hillshire Farm ·         1 cup chopped bell pepper ·         1 cup chopped onion ·         1/2 cup chopped ·         Celery ·         1 can Blue Runner Creole Cream Style Red Beans, undrained ·         1 can Red Kidney Beans, undrained ·         4 cloves garlic or 1 teaspoon dried garlic ·         Tony Satri‘s Creole seasoning or Cayenne pepper, to taste ·         dried basil, optional ·         dried parsley, optional ·         hot sauce, optional ·         cooked rice Note:  If you cannot find the blue runner beans, substitute one additional can of red kidney beans, undrained.   Dial 662-443-2664 for the ingredients list. Subscribe to the ACB Cooks email list Email the ACB Cooks  Notes go here

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
Legends And Legacy

It's New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 3000:00


How do you create a life's legacy? If you've ever had a bite of Chef Frank Brigtsen's authentic Creole cooking, you've tasted it. From 1978 through the early '80s, Chef Frank earned his culinary stripes in the kitchens of Commander's Palace and K-Paul's, working under the watchful eye of Paul Prudhomme. Building on those years of apprenticeship, in 1986, he opened Brigtsen's Restaurant to local and national critical acclaim. The legendary New Orleans chef joins us to look back at his 50-year career in hospitality. If you were ever fortunate enough to imbibe in a drink crafted by legendary British bartender Dick Bradsell, you certainly had a sip of his legacy. He created several cocktails that are now considered to be modern classics, most notably the Espresso Martini. His daughter, Bea Bradsell, is busy carrying on in her late father's footsteps and shares his story with us. Over at Turkey and the Wolf, you'll find legacy in the making as that brash, bold, and fearless Mason Hereford is hard at work turning fine dining on its ear. The best part is, no one is more surprised by success than Mason! He's back on the show again to tell us about his journey from working in barroom kitchens and fancy restaurants to running two acclaimed New Orleans eateries.

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
Legends And Legacy

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 3000:00


How do you create a life's legacy? If you've ever had a bite of Chef Frank Brigtsen's authentic Creole cooking, you've tasted it. From 1978 through the early '80s, Chef Frank earned his culinary stripes in the kitchens of Commander's Palace and K-Paul's, working under the watchful eye of Paul Prudhomme. Building on those years of apprenticeship, in 1986, he opened Brigtsen's Restaurant to local and national critical acclaim. The legendary New Orleans chef joins us to look back at his 50-year career in hospitality. If you were ever fortunate enough to imbibe in a drink crafted by legendary British bartender Dick Bradsell, you certainly had a sip of his legacy. He created several cocktails that are now considered to be modern classics, most notably the Espresso Martini. His daughter, Bea Bradsell, is busy carrying on in her late father's footsteps and shares his story with us. Over at Turkey and the Wolf, you'll find legacy in the making as that brash, bold, and fearless Mason Hereford is hard at work turning fine dining on its ear. The best part is, no one is more surprised by success than Mason! He's back on the show again to tell us about his journey from working in barroom kitchens and fancy restaurants to running two acclaimed New Orleans eateries.

The DTB Podcast, Presented by Bless Your Heart Nonprofit Corporation

On September 17th at the Harang Auditorium in Thibodaux, The Creole Classic Fishing Tournament will be hosting Creole Fest! Live music starting at 12PM with a day full of excitement and fun for all ages. If you think you're the best cook on the bayou, put up a team for the cookoff! Think you've got what it takes to make a run in the cornhole tournament? Join up and show off your bag skills! Head on over to www.creoleclassic.com to get registered today! Sponsorship opportunities are still available and all proceeds will benefit five local charities and nonprofits. 2022 Creole Fest Beneficiaries Friends of Beyond the Bell Bless Your Heart Nonprofit Friends of Bayou Lafourche The Jackie Bartels' Kids Conservation Fest Virtual Academy of Lafourche Robotics --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-dtb-podcast/support

Louisiana Considered Podcast
This Labor Day we listen back to our best stories on Louisiana Food

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 24:29


Don't tune into Louisiana Considered hungry! Today's show takes us on a flavorful journey of the state's unique cooking traditions.  We start by revisiting a conversation with the Endowed Chair and Director of the Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture at Dillard University, Zella Palmer. She spoke with WRKF's Adam Vos about the history of Louisiana's Black female chefs who helped spread Creole recipes around the globe.  And we also learn about efforts to increase healthy food access in the communities that need it most. Reverend Richard Bell, president of the nonprofit Sankofa CDC, tells us about a new healthy food store and community learning kitchen soon to open in the Lower Ninth Ward. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karen Henderson. Our managing producer isAlana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Travelnews Online | Rebuilding Travel | Trending | eTurboNews
World Creole Music Festival returns to Dominica with 23 artists

Travelnews Online | Rebuilding Travel | Trending | eTurboNews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 2:53


Peeling Back the Layers of Your Life®
106: Meres J. Weche - Be Open To The Experience

Peeling Back the Layers of Your Life®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 56:41


ALL THE WAY FROM SAUDI ARABIA!!! Black Men Living Abroad Series #blackmenlivingabroad My name is Meres J. Weche, and I came of age as an '80s kid in Montreal, Canada. My parents moved to Canada with my younger sister and I from my native Haiti, in the Caribbean, during the 1970s, when I was four years old. Back then, I could only speak Creole and French, but I started learning English when I was 12 by listening to Micheal Jackson's Thriller album. After spending my summers throughout my teenage years in New York City with relatives (the Bronx ... where I 'may' have come across J-Lo at some point in the 6 train on my frequent trips to Manhattan), I became completely fluent by 16. I later called Ottawa and Toronto home. After shocking my family at 17 with a 2-year stint in the Canadian army reserves between school semesters as a Grenadier Guard (yeah, with the red suit and black bearskin hat), I first got the travel bug when I jetted off to London, England at 19 for a 4-month working holiday, followed by a backpacking tour of Europe. Before long, I started feeling the wanderlust calling again. So, I decided to write to the Chairman of the National Bank of Egypt, entirely out of the blue, successfully asking for a summer internship in Cairo, Egypt, at 21 while in university. Sometimes, you just have to ask. www.meresofarabia.com       Peeling Back the Layers of Your Life® Podcast Creator, Host, and Producer:  Loronda C. Giddens  www.lorondacgiddens.com

Planet NOLA
Terri Simon, Alt Academic

Planet NOLA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 53:11


Terri Simon is an Alt Academic, Native New Orleanian, and cool AF. In this episode, she and host Mary Jacobs talk JCC sock hops, what everyone gets wrong about the meaning of Creole, and how and when to claim your story and get your money! To read "From the 19th century to the nine-nine: How Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, and Gottschalk brought New Orleans music to the world, 150 years apart," visit The Historic New Orleans Collection's https://www.hnoc.org/publications/first-draft/19th-century-nine-nine-how-mannie-fresh-juvenile-and-gottschalk-brought-new (website).

The Gumbo Show
Gumbo, Football, and Such

The Gumbo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 19:07


It's almost football season and as usual there was much discussion on gumbo season. Enjoy!

Sip Sip Hooray Podcast
The Iconic Iris Rideau, Rideau Vineyards, Ep. 48

Sip Sip Hooray Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 62:43


The Marys have a new friend in wine! Join us for an engaging conversation with the woman who just doesn't know how to stop! Sip Sip Hooray to that! Are you ready to meet the tour de force that is Iris Rideau? From a young age she always had the determination to make hers and the lives of others better. Iris' life is one of many first and of breaking multiple glass ceilings. Her illustrious career began in the front office of a Los Angeles insurance company, and from there she paved the way to being a leader in not just insurance, but in finance, politics and wine. Her life in wine began when she was a mere seven years old, even though she didn't realize it at the time. How fitting that Iris became the first Black woman to own a winery in the United States, Rideau Vineyard in California's Santa Ynez Valley of Santa Barbara wine country. However, it was a long journey from growing up Creole in New Orleans, with Jim Crow segregation in full swing, to becoming a legendary business leader. Iris shares her incredible and inspiring story in her memoir From Black to White: One Life Between Two Worlds. Iris can add talented writer and engaging story teller to her list of accomplishments.

This Needs To Be Said
Mrs. TNTBS hosts authors of The Thread Collection (released August 30, 2022)

This Needs To Be Said

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 15:41


THE ART OF MAKING HISTORY ALIVE By ALYSON RICHMAN & SHAUNNA J. EDWARDS, authors of THE THREAD COLLECTORS The THREAD COLLECTORS (Graydon House/Harper Collins) - while historical fiction - is drawn from the authors' real-life ancestral experiences, both touched by slavery. ALYSON RICHMAN (a white writer) and SHAUNNA J. EDWARDS (a black writer) offer up a rich historical novel set during the Civil War about 2 women - one Black and yearning for freedom in New Orleans, the other a Jewish abolitionist in New York - whose resourceful sewing to support their communities leads them on unexpected, dangerous journeys as they fight to bring their beloveds home from the front. These authors have succeeded in bringing history to life! About the book: THE THREAD COLLECTORS is set in 1863: In a small Creole cottage in New Orleans, an ingenious young Black woman named Stella embroiders intricate maps on repurposed cloth to help enslaved men flee and join the Union Army. Bound to a man who would kill her if he knew of her clandestine activities, Stella has to hide not only her efforts but her love for William, a Black soldier and a brilliant musician. Meanwhile, in New York City, a Jewish woman stitches Meanwhile, in New York City, a Jewish woman stitches a quilt for her husband, who is stationed in Louisiana with the Union Army. Between abolitionist meetings, Lily rolls bandages and crafts quilts with her sewing circle for other soldiers too, hoping for their safe return home. But when months go by without word from her husband, Lily resolves to make the perilous journey South to search for him. As the two women risk everything for love and freedom during a brutal Civil War, their paths converge in New Orleans, where an unexpected encounter leads them to discover that even the most delicate threads have the capacity to save us. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: ALYSON RICHMAN is the USA Today and #1 international bestselling author of several historical novels, including The Velvet Hours, The Garden of Letters, and The Lost Wife, which is currently in development for a major motion picture. Alyson graduated from Wellesley College with a degree in art history and Japanese studies. She is an accomplished painter and her novels combine her deep love of art, historical research, and travel. Alyson's novels have been published in twenty-five languages and have reached bestseller lists both in the United States and abroad. She lives on Long Island with her husband and two children, where she is currently at work on her next novel. Find her on Instagram, @alysonrichman. SHAUNNA J. EDWARDS has a BA in literature from Harvard College and a JD from NYU School of Law. A former corporate lawyer, she now works in diversity, equity and inclusion. She is a native Louisianian, raised in New Orleans, and currently lives in Harlem with her husband. The Thread Collectors is her first novel. Find her on Instagram, @shaunnajedwards. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tntbsmedia/message

Song of the Day – KUTX
Kevin Galloway: “The Luckiest Creole In Terrebonne Parish”

Song of the Day – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 2:51


Before the indie pop chirality of Lucius caught on our airwaves, and heck, even before KUTX was its own music station, there was only one “Lucius” to be reckoned with on Austin radio – Uncle Lucius. From the early-mid-oughts all the way through the late twenty teens, frontman Kevin Galloway and his keen grasp of blues-R&B-country rock […]

Gdayall Podcast
The Ton

Gdayall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:51


I just discovered which stone represents 100 years? It's a frickin' 10 carat diamond! No wonder nobody makes it that far as a wedded couple. When it comes to podcasts, 100 is a little easier. As so here we are... 100. Time to simply reflect.Phil and Barbara walk their way through the long list and remember, as best they can, what they enjoyed most. They take a quick look at some of our favourite artwork. We think episodes 7, 8, 32, 40, 49, 72, 82 and 89. That's not such a great thing on an audio format but you can easily go back through Spotify and take a look yourself.As for YOUR favourite episode... here's the list...1 - What is the Gdayall podcast all about?2 - Home Town Favourites with Donald Betts Jr.3 - BBQ with Mitch Benjamin from Meat Mitch4 - School Lunch Box with Dolores Harper5 - Featured Food with Penny Bunz6 - Greasy Food with John Pumilia7 - Halloween with Shawn Yates8 - Cajun versus Creole with Phil Tripp9 - Thanksgiving preparation with David Terpin10 - ‘Potpourri' a discussion about all things cooking11 - Thanksgiving with Theresa Ingram12 - Pies, pies and more pies13 - Cookbooks14 - Cookies & Christmas15 - Celebrations and Jubilations16 - Cal Mex with Richie Pinard17 - The Culture of Coffee18 - Corn Chips19 - Superbowl Stuff20 - Pizza Pizza21 - Soda, Pop and Fizz22 - Cake with Penny Bunz23 - Breakfast Cereal24 - St Patrick's Day25 - Potato Chips26 - Hot Sauce27 - Easter28 - PB&J29 - In-Store Experience30 - Waffles & Pancakes31 - Odd Ball Food Combo's32 - Ice Cream & Milk Shakes33 - Chocolate34 - Fusion & Innovation35 - Hamburgers36 - Donuts and Doughnuts37 - Jerky and Cowboy Food38 - Herbs & Spices39 - Italian pastries and cookies40 - In-Store Experience #241 - Casserole and 50's cooking42 - Copycat Recipes43 - Retro Candy44 - Pickle Show45 - Delis - The Cultural Melting Pot46 - Jingles & Taglines47 - Hawaiian Food48 - Coffee Cake49 - Sopranos Cooking50 - Tea51 - Listener Questions52 - Potluck53 - Southern Cooking54 - Popcorn55 - Chain Restaurants56 - Happy Accidents57 - Halloween58 - Condiments59 - Snack Cakes60 - Potent Potables61 - Thanksgiving Appetisers62 - Christmas Gift Ideas63 - Travel Foods64 - Entertaining with the Sopranos65 - Summer Traditions66 - 69 - Best of 2021 #1, #2, #3 & #470 - Peanut Butter & Co.71 - 15 Minute Meals72 - Tailgating with John Madden73 - Ohhh… Canada with Dina Charpentier74 - Last Meals75 - Aeroplane Food76 - Spanner in the Works77 - Cheap Eats78 - First Ladies79 - The Corner Store80 - Mall Food81 - Coupons82 - Gifts from the Kitchen83 - Slow Cooking84 - In-Store Experience #385 - Food Trucks86 - A Kid in America87 - Food in Movies88 - Food in TV89 - Phil's Trip90 - Platinum Jubilee91 - Soup92 - 4th July93 - From Hate to Rate94 - Prison Food95 - Barbara in the USA96 - Hot Dogs97 - Garlic98 - Dentists Delight99 - Salad Smorgasbord100 - The TonHappy Birthday George

Expert Talk with TGo
Are you in the right space in mind and body? Moirar Leveille on Expert Talk 9 at 9

Expert Talk with TGo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 12:11


http://ExpertTalk.fm ~Moirar Leveille is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Strategic Intervention Life Coach, Functional Medicine and Bioenergetic practitioner helping people understand the root cause of their dis-eases, Neuro Linguistic Practitioner and a Certified Clinical Iridologist. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D and Doctorate in Integrative Medicine. She is a four times international best selling author, Transformational Speaker. She is the CEO and founder of Moirar Holistic Wellness, LLC, where she provides mental health counseling, Life and Wellness Coaching in 5 languages (French, Portuguese, Spanish, Creole, English), locally and internationally. Moirar believes in using humor, spirituality, relaxation training, self-care and mindfulness techniques to help individuals reach their life purpose. Moirar is dedicated to creating lasting personal transformation by helping people to access their intrinsic personal power to overcome emotional barriers, to reduce stress and enhance the quality of life and to achieve their highest potential to live with vibrancy and passion #ExpertTalkWithTGo #ExpertTalkXtra #TalkShow #PodcastToBroadcast #TheresaGoss #ExpertTalkFM #Roku #Pandora #iHeartRADIO #PodNationTV #talkshowtv #talkshowonline #talkshowhost #podcast #motivation #broadcast #listennow #entrepreneur #marketing #TGoTV #9at9 #FastFunInformative #LightsCamerasTakeAction

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
August 22: A chef's special episode! Camila Alves McConaughey cooks her one-pot chicken. Ina Garten shares her signature cocktail. A look at the lasting legacy of the Queen of Creole cuisine, Leah Chase.

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 35:48


Camila Alves McConaughey shares her recipe for one-pot chicken from her cookbook, Just Try One Bite. Plus, Ina Garten shares one of her signature cocktails. And, we head to NOLA for a look at the lasting legacy of the Queen of Creole cuisine, Leah Chase.

Black Men Speak Podcast
Ep. 48 This New Orleans Chef Serves More Than Just Gumbo

Black Men Speak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 31:15


Chef Donald J. Smith was born and raised in New Orleans, the heart and soul of Creole and Cajun culture. It was there that he learned the ins and outs of authentic Creole Cuisine at the feet of his mother and uncle. Known in culinary circles as “Chef D,” the chef specializes in Creole, Cajun, and soul food. Chef D has owned several restaurants. His portfolio boasts preparing meals for various entities, including conventions, corporations, celebs like Barry Bonds, The O' Jays, The Clark Sisters, and Miguel, and feeding the homeless and less fortunate.  The New Orleans native is a natural-born, innovative chef.  Chef Donald has traveled the world and interacted with other first-rate chefs worldwide; he has had the rare opportunity to share his expertise and passion for good food with other chefs from countries like Brazil, Italy, and Spain. To enhance and broaden his knowledge and skills of Creole Cuisine and add a little professional twist to things, he attended Louisiana Vo-Tech and Delgado Community College, where he earned many Culinary Arts certificates. Through his company, Chef D Services, not only does he mix his own spices, for his spice line Yes Chef Gourmet Spices and Foods, but he has also written cookbooks, Donald Lukie Smith New Orleans Underground Chef (2020) and most recently, The Underground Chefs, for which he was the visionary author.  Chef Donald now has 20-plus years of experience in culinary cuisine preparation under his belt and has received many awards, including “Gumbo” competitions, and accolades. In 2018, he was voted one of Louisiana's best chefs, and in 2020, he received the Culinary Excellence Award from the National Black Chef Association.  Last summer, Chef D was also named Culinary Ambassador for Louisiana for the National Black Chef Association. 

CryptoMom2- Talk Show & Vodcast - Conversations With Jacqui & Others From Around The World.
Lentz Louis | Haiti | Music | Voices of Hope | HEP| The Bitcoin Cinderella | Creole

CryptoMom2- Talk Show & Vodcast - Conversations With Jacqui & Others From Around The World.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 24:57


Jacqui Cooper (Host: CryptoMom2 & Author: The Bitcoin Cinderella) chats with Lentz Louis (Music Entrepreneur) about his philosophy and desire to change the image about Haiti. We also speak about his charitable efforts to support the children and families in Haiti. The Bitcoin Cinderella is being translated into English & Creole to support the efforts to raise funds for the charities being selected. To reach Lentz visit https://lentzlouis.com/ To reach Jacqui email at cryptomom2consulting@gmail.com Visit: https://cryptomom2.com/ To grab your copy of The Bitcoin Cinderella visit www.bitcoincinderella.com To learn about The Bitcoin Cinderella Initiative visit https://bitcoincinderellashop.com/ To grab your copy of The Bitcoin Cinderella NFT on OpenSea visit https://opensea.io/Web3FairyTales Disclaimer These shows are educational. There is always risk when you are investing in NFTs, cryptocurrency or other digital assets on the blockchain. Do you own research. These shows are not financial advice. #Haiti #Creole #TheBitcoinCinderella #Lentz #Music #Shoes #Businenss

Charting Her Course
Iris Rideau, Founder & Owner of Rideau Vineyard

Charting Her Course

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:20


Iris Rideau is the owner and founder of Rideau Vineyard, an award-winning winery based in the Santa Ynez valley. Iris is the first black woman to own and operate a winery in the United States. She began her journey in New Orleans and eventually made her way to California to start a career in the insurance industry. After a notable career in insurance, finance and politics, Iris decided to venture into winemaking. Fueled by her Creole roots, rock-hard determination and soul, Rideau Vineyards skyrocketed as one of the valley's most renowned wineries. Listen to Iris talk about her challenging upbringing in the Jim Crow era, career advice that actually works, and her new memoir: “From White to Black: One Life Between Two Worlds.” This episode is one of our best yet. Please enjoy this talk with Iris Rideau. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: @chartinghercourse Connect with us at pacbiztimes.com

Cookbook Love Podcast
Episode 207: Let Your Unique Perspective Shine

Cookbook Love Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 14:54


Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast - I recently had the opportunity to visit an HMart. I walked up and down each aisle taking in the sights and smells offered from the produce department to the aisles filled with Kewpie mayonnaise and multiple brands of gochujang any number of noodles and cuts and preparations of sliced beef. To me, there's nothing quite like a new food or ingredient shopping experience to offer a different perspective on baking or cooking. Our job as cookbook writers is to offer our perspective to our readers - a perspective we believe and are invested in. I've had many students in my program who had similar concepts, but none of them are the same, because of their perspectives. That's what I want to talk about today and that's our perspective and why it matters. Our perspective on food and cooking is dictated by how we each perceive meals, cooking, cooks, eating, food, shopping for ingredients, preparing food for others, etc.  And perspective varies widely from person to person. How perspective varies from person-to-person is dependent on a multitude of factors that create perspective differences including your previous experiences, values, beliefs, and morals. When we each write a cookery book, we bring our own perspective. While many of us may barbecue, saute spinach, or eat and prepare chickpeas, shortbread cookies, or trout filets, what matters for our book projects is the perspective we bring to the foods and meals we prepare. This is why people buy cookbooks - to learn more about food, cooking, or baking from your perspective. Take for example cookie cookbooks, and books about Italian, French, or Creole cooking. Cookbooks about Kentucky, Appalachia, or Vermont. What's in the book is based on perspective.  So this begs the question: What is your perspective?  What makes your perspective unique?  How has your perspective made a difference to you and the people you cook for?  How will your perspective make a difference to the cooks or bakers who will engage with your book? Will it heal them? Will it make them smile? Will it help them feel more luxurious in their life? Will it help them be a more accomplished baker? Will it help them save money at the supermarket? Will it introduce them to a fun twist on a common ingredient? Will it allow them to armchair travel? Only you can think about and decide on your perspective. It's important to remember that the courage and commitment it takes to decide, develop, and write about your perspective is what sets your book apart from all the other cookbooks. You are unique and so is your perspective. Let your perspective shine! Things We Mention In This Episode: Free Masterclass: How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook and Get it Published

Almuerzo de Negocios
Razones por la que los dominicanos no deben aprender creole

Almuerzo de Negocios

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 8:37


Backstory Sessions

Hello Backstory fans! In this episode, after talking about a few things happening in our neck of the woods, we chat  with writer/director Christine Chen and actress Leila Anastasia Scott from the movie "Erzulie". The story goes, A reunion between four friends quickly goes awry when they find themselves face to face with ERZULIE: the swamp mermaid goddess. Christine talks about the origins of this project, and her vision for it, as well as the challenges she faced in getting the project off the ground and filming a movie in a Louisiana swamp, sometimes at night. Leila shares her thoughts on playing the strong female character Erzulie, who features prominently in a Creole folk tale. This is a really interesting interview with 2 great guests. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

Our True Colors
Kickin' It with Karlton Hoskins

Our True Colors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 48:25 Transcription Available


On this episode of Our True Colors, we welcome Karlton Hoskins, #1 International Best Selling Author, Business Owner, Real Estate Investor, and Strategist. In this episode we talk about business and go all the way back to roots. Do NOT miss this fascinating conversation that takes us around the world and back in time.f this is your first time with OTC, check out Season 1 Episode 1: START HERE for more background on the show.Visit www.truecolorscast.com for more show info and join the community on Instagram to continue the conversations!Our True Colors is sponsored by True Colors Consulting - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion support that goes beyond compliance!Resources related to the convo:What Became of the Taíno?From Acadian to CajunThe Creole Community in The United States of America, a storyWhat's the difference between Cajun and Creole—or is there one?

It's Baton Rouge: Out to Lunch
The Rodeo Pickle Circuit

It's Baton Rouge: Out to Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:15


Food is something we know we do well in Louisiana. We're renowned the world over for our Cajun and Creole cuisines, our seafood industry, and the many restaurants and famous chefs we have produced. But Louisiana also has a thriving culture for food entrepreneurs. People may bemoan that our tech or manufacturing sectors lag those of Texas or Silicon Valley, but they cannot quibble with the fact that food-based businesses in Louisiana are a slam dunk! Somebody who's seen more food entrepreneurial slam-dunks than anyone in the state is Gaye Sandoz. Gaye is Director of Foodii,  the LSU Ag Center's Food Innovation Institute. It's a business incubator that specifically helps food entrepreneurs develop, test, produce, package and brand that delicious salsa or healthy protein bars or to die for cookies they've made for years to the rave reviews of their family and friends.   In the 10 years she has been at the helm of the incubator, Gaye has helped launch literally dozens of food business. She also has developed several successful products of her own, including the Clever Kitchen Microwave Barbecue Chicken Roasters, of which she has sold more than 60-thousand on shopping channel QVC. Gaye first began working in the industry Edible Enterprises in Norco and started her own company, Sandoz Marketing Specialists, to offer consulting services in marketing and food product development.  Alvin Tanner is a recent beneficiary of Gaye's expertise. Alvin is owner of Alvin Ray's Bayou Best Pickles, a food start up based in Gonzales that makes a variety of jarred pickles, the signature of which is a sweet, crisp tangy pickle that Alvin describes as a cross between a dill and a bread-and-butter. Alvin launched the company in 2014, when he started making the first of what would become three versions of his signature pickles. In the years since, he has grown his sales and distribution network, and today his pickles can be found in more than 400 supermarkets in six states, as well as in several local and regional restaurants. Bayou Best Pickles have also proven incredible popular on the rodeo circuit! (Who even knew there was a rodeo circuit in south Louisiana?) As the name on the label suggests, Alvin is from "down the bayou" and has been experimenting in the kitchen since he was a kid. He gave up his day job as a xx to work on Alvin Ray's Bayou's Best Pickles full time, and as he says in his inimitable Bayou Cadence, "I can't stop." Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard. You can see photos from this show by Erik Otts at itsbatonrouge.la.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Great Books
Episode 239: 'Wide Sargasso Sea' by Jean Rhys

The Great Books

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 32:51 Very Popular


John J. Miller is joined by Miranda Seymour to discuss Jean Rhys's book, 'Wide Sargasso Sea.'

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men
Gumbo to Grill, Award Winning Restaurateur Chef D Cooks in Business

365 Brothers - Every Day Black Men

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 42:45


Chef Donald J. Smith was born and raised in New Orleans, the heart and soul of Creole and Cajun culture. It was there that he learned the ins and outs of authentic Creole Cuisine at the feet of his mother and uncle. Known in culinary circles as “Chef D,” the chef specializes in Creole, Cajun, and soul food. Chef D has owned several restaurants. His portfolio boasts preparing meals for various entities, including conventions, corporations, celebs like Barry Bonds, The O' Jays, The Clark Sisters and Miguel. He also cooks to feed those who are in need.  Through his company, Chef D Services, not only does he mix his own spices, for his spice line Yes Chef Gourmet Spices and Foods, but he has also written cookbooks, Donald Lukie Smith New Orleans Underground Chef (2020) and most recently, The Underground Chefs, for which he was the visionary author.  Chef Donald now has 20-plus years of experience in culinary cuisine preparation under his belt and has received many awards, including “Gumbo” competitions, and accolades. In 2018, he was voted one of Louisiana's best chefs, and in 2020, he received the Culinary Excellence Award from the National Black Chef Association.  Last summer, Chef D was also named Culinary Ambassador for Louisiana for the National Black Chef Association.  Outside of the kitchen, the chef is very active in his community including involvement in the Salvation Army, American Culinary Federation, the Association of African American Chefs, Jugs Social Club Krewe of NOMTOC, the National Black Chef Association, 100 Black Men, and Glad Tiding Men of Distinction . Chef Donald is the founder and president of Urban Chef Alliance, Founder of Cooking for Life 5013c. He also speaks openly about his experience with therapy and mental health, understanding this is a subject many Black men still shy away from for fear of being criticized.  Follow Chef D on Instagram @chefdservices.  Instagram @365brothers Are you our next guest? - Let's talk. Support us!   365 Brothers on Patreon.  Sequence Vitamins formulformulated by Dr. Greg Hall specifically for the supplement needs of African Americans. Take advantage of the 20% discount available to 365 Brothers listeners for a 90-day supply. Check out Alitu for more ease editing, polishing and publishing your podcast. About this podcast: In each episode, a Brother reflects on his life; explores the experience of being a Black man in America; shares his interactions with law enforcement; and answers the signature question "If America was a woman, what would you say to her? You won't find a collection of conversations with Black men like this anywhere else. Hear their wisdom. Be inspired. Host, Rahbin Shyne, is an author, educator, creative and avid half-marathon walker. https://www.linkedin.com/in/365brothers/ Special thanks to our earliest and consistent supporters, Sonji Walker, Abigail Gonzalez, William C. Hamilton, Jr. and Shedrick Sanders!!

PRESENCIA NEGRA
Emancipación Raizal: Homenaje al Rey Creole

PRESENCIA NEGRA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 59:56


Agosto inicia con la conmemoración de la emancipación raizal, por esta razón, en nuestra emisión de hoy en Presencia Negra, hablaremos sobre los antecedentes históricos de este importante día, y le rendiremos un sentido homenaje a un gran artista que resaltó la cultura de san Andrés, quien falleció a principios de este año.Conduce Evelin Asprilla

Aww... But Yeah!
R-N-Beef

Aww... But Yeah!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 74:25


We have a great episode for you guys! At least it better be. It took us long enough to edit it so we really hope y'all have fun with this one. We are talking about Verzuz! Omarion and Mario faced off in what was easily one of the most lopsided matchups in the short history of Verzuz. Creole and Retro break down the highs, the lows and the hot mess that kept the internet talking for weeks. Creole also breaks down why Omarion's arrogance played a big role in his downfall and why Mario came in with something to prove and gained new fans in the process. We also take a quick look at two big recent album releases. Drake's "Honestly, Nevermind" and Chris Brown's 10th album "Breezy". Creole explains why Drake's latest album may not be for everybody but is still good and why "Breezy" is just as solid as most of Chris Brown's other albums.

Krewe of Japan
Cajun-Creole Dining in Japan ft. CC Haydel of Bistro New Orleans

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 77:32


This week on Krewe of Japan... The Krewe talks New Orleans cuisine in Japan! Jenn & Doug take a virtual/audio trip to Osaka to get a sample of the popular Cajun-Creole cuisine of Bistro New Orleans, a restaurant owned by New Orleans-native CC Haydel. CC shares how he got into the restaurant & hospitality industry in Japan, the challenges that come with running a New Orleans restaurant not based in New Orleans, and deep dives into his menu and some of his dishes.  From Jambalaya and dirty rice to gumbo and bread pudding, Bistro New Orleans has got it all! Yeah, you right! (You'll get this reference soon enough...)------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on CC Haydel & Bistro New Orleans ------Bistro New Orleans's WebsiteBistro New Orleans on TwitterBistro New Orleans on InstagramBistro New Orleans on YouTubeCC Haydel on TwitterCC Haydel on Instagram

Melanin Dads
Bbq at creole

Melanin Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 25:16


Every Sunday these people show upand show out --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/melanindads/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melanindads/support

FUN FOREVER
13. Taye Hansberry on Influencer Culture & Dating in LA

FUN FOREVER

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 50:36


We sat down with OG influencer/content creator, @tayehansberry! She's one of Natalie's longtime friends — they've known each other for over a decade and were deep in LA's fashion & beauty blogger scene from the start. Taye started as an actress/stylist and photographer, and took the industry by storm when she launched her blog, Stuff She Likes, in 2010. While she's certainly made her mark in LA, she's also a proud Creole girl with one side of her family from Chicago and the other side New Orleans. Taye comes from a long line of creative powerhouses — she's the niece of iconic American Playwright Lorraine Hansberry (she wrote "A Raisin in the Sun" and was the first Black female author to have a play performed on Broadway), is the granddaughter of Vincent Tubbs (former editor of both Ebony and Jet magazines, and was the first Black publicist at Warner Bros), and her cousin is the amazing Issa Rae (of HBO's Insecure). @funforeverpod @nataliealcala @ericahair #FunForeverPodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/funforever/support

Savage Wonder
Phanesia Pharel

Savage Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 80:24


This week on the Savage Wonder podcast… Phanésia Pharel is our third-place finalist in our inaugural full-length playwriting competition for her drama LUCKY. About her play, our judges said, "Beguiling, moving, deeply satisfying — and genuinely original. Her theatrical devices were both enchanting and extremely credible. She offers a fresh look at Creole and Haitian cultures and how both have been affected by wartime. The pacing and dialogue are terrific, and the end of the play delivers a richly-earned gut punch." Phanésia is a playwright from the great state of Florida and even greater city of Miami!! Grounded in poetry and Afrofuturism she often writes about the divine metaphysical dilemma of colored girlhood. Her plays span revolutions, islands, and explores futures built on love by centering women's pleasure, safety, and joy. AKA hopeful and magical survivor stories for the young, poor, women, colored, and those audacious enough to be all of the above. Full lengths; LUCKY (developed at New York Stage and Film) . BLACK GIRL JOY (Frank Moffett Mosier Fellowship for Works in Heightened Finalist Prize, Jane Chambers Finalist, Bay Area Playwrights Festival Finalist, O'Neill Semi-Finalist). Other Honors include City Theatre National Short Playwriting Finalist and Blank Stage “Future of Playwriting” Semi-Finalist. Phanésia is a member of the Obie award-winning EST/ Youngblood group. Commissions include City Theatre Miami, the Latinx Playwrights Circle & Pregones/PRTT Greater Good Commission and Thrown Stone Theatre. Residencies include New York Stage and Film, Echo Theater Company of Los Angeles, the Playwrights Center Core Apprenticeship and the Inaugural 068 Magazine Thrown Stone Theatre Fellowship. Publishing: Concord Theatricals, Smith and Kraus Best Plays of 2020, Reset Coalition 2020 Anthology and the City Theatre Anthology. BA: Urban Studies, Barnard College of Columbia University. Follow Phanésia https://www.instagram.com/phanesiapharel/ (here).

Hangar Talk
Episode 153: New Orleans Cessna 172 pilot Gerald Herbert

Hangar Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 36:26 Very Popular


New Orleans-based Cessna 172 pilot Gerald Herbert shares his passion for flying, Creole cuisine, and documenting southern Louisiana scenery from the air. Plus, get the latest news and find out what to expect during EAA AirVenture.

Nova Club
BRAXE, FALCON, LA CREOLE, JULIEN GRANEL sont nos invités en direct de Calvi

Nova Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 101:49


Le salon musical de la Radio Nova se déplace sur le port de Calvi au restaurant Le Comme chez soi pour les trois dernières émissions de la saison. On reçoit les artistes et ami.e.s du festival Calvi On The Rocks au micro de David Blot accompagné par Reza Pounewatchy. Deux heures de bons sons et de soleil, rien que pour vous ! Tracklist : Etienne Daho - Bleu Comme Toi Kenny Dope - Comin' InsideJulien Granel - DistanceCory Wong feat. Chromeo - J.A.M. (Just a Minute) Herbie Hancock - SunlightNetwork - I Need YouGREG feat. King Doudou - Dembow TronicoSylvere - Twenty Four Seven Ms Nina feat. Beauty Brain - Tu Sicaria Braxe + Falcon - Step by Step feat. Panda BearJames Righton - Start Rihanna - James JointMarcos Valle - On LineJai Paul - Jasmine (Demo) Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

New Books in Sociology
Rain Prud'homme-Cranford and Darryl Barthé, "Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 53:21


Over the course of more than three centuries, the diverse communities of Louisiana have engaged in creative living practices to forge a vibrant, multifaceted, and fully developed Creole culture. Against the backdrop of ongoing anti-Blackness and Indigenous erasure that has sought to undermine this rich culture, Louisiana Creoles have found transformative ways to uphold solidarity, kinship, and continuity, retaking Louisiana Creole agency as a post-contact Afro-Indigenous culture. Engaging themes as varied as foodways, queer identity, health, historical trauma, language revitalization, and diaspora, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community (U Washington Press, 2022) explores vital ways a specific Afro-Indigenous community asserts agency while promoting cultural sustainability, communal dialogue, and community reciprocity. With interviews, essays, and autobiographic contributions from community members and scholars, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood tracks the sacred interweaving of land and identity alongside the legacies and genealogies of Creole resistance to bring into focus the Afro-Indigenous people who have been negated and written out of settler governmental policy. In doing so, this collection intervenes against the erasure of Creole Indigeneity to foreground Black/Indian cultural sustainability, agency, and self-determination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Native American Studies
Rain Prud'homme-Cranford and Darryl Barthé, "Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 53:21


Over the course of more than three centuries, the diverse communities of Louisiana have engaged in creative living practices to forge a vibrant, multifaceted, and fully developed Creole culture. Against the backdrop of ongoing anti-Blackness and Indigenous erasure that has sought to undermine this rich culture, Louisiana Creoles have found transformative ways to uphold solidarity, kinship, and continuity, retaking Louisiana Creole agency as a post-contact Afro-Indigenous culture. Engaging themes as varied as foodways, queer identity, health, historical trauma, language revitalization, and diaspora, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community (U Washington Press, 2022) explores vital ways a specific Afro-Indigenous community asserts agency while promoting cultural sustainability, communal dialogue, and community reciprocity. With interviews, essays, and autobiographic contributions from community members and scholars, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood tracks the sacred interweaving of land and identity alongside the legacies and genealogies of Creole resistance to bring into focus the Afro-Indigenous people who have been negated and written out of settler governmental policy. In doing so, this collection intervenes against the erasure of Creole Indigeneity to foreground Black/Indian cultural sustainability, agency, and self-determination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Rain Prud'homme-Cranford and Darryl Barthé, "Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 53:21


Over the course of more than three centuries, the diverse communities of Louisiana have engaged in creative living practices to forge a vibrant, multifaceted, and fully developed Creole culture. Against the backdrop of ongoing anti-Blackness and Indigenous erasure that has sought to undermine this rich culture, Louisiana Creoles have found transformative ways to uphold solidarity, kinship, and continuity, retaking Louisiana Creole agency as a post-contact Afro-Indigenous culture. Engaging themes as varied as foodways, queer identity, health, historical trauma, language revitalization, and diaspora, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community (U Washington Press, 2022) explores vital ways a specific Afro-Indigenous community asserts agency while promoting cultural sustainability, communal dialogue, and community reciprocity. With interviews, essays, and autobiographic contributions from community members and scholars, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood tracks the sacred interweaving of land and identity alongside the legacies and genealogies of Creole resistance to bring into focus the Afro-Indigenous people who have been negated and written out of settler governmental policy. In doing so, this collection intervenes against the erasure of Creole Indigeneity to foreground Black/Indian cultural sustainability, agency, and self-determination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Rain Prud'homme-Cranford and Darryl Barthé, "Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 53:21


Over the course of more than three centuries, the diverse communities of Louisiana have engaged in creative living practices to forge a vibrant, multifaceted, and fully developed Creole culture. Against the backdrop of ongoing anti-Blackness and Indigenous erasure that has sought to undermine this rich culture, Louisiana Creoles have found transformative ways to uphold solidarity, kinship, and continuity, retaking Louisiana Creole agency as a post-contact Afro-Indigenous culture. Engaging themes as varied as foodways, queer identity, health, historical trauma, language revitalization, and diaspora, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood: Afro-Indigeneity and Community (U Washington Press, 2022) explores vital ways a specific Afro-Indigenous community asserts agency while promoting cultural sustainability, communal dialogue, and community reciprocity. With interviews, essays, and autobiographic contributions from community members and scholars, Louisiana Creole Peoplehood tracks the sacred interweaving of land and identity alongside the legacies and genealogies of Creole resistance to bring into focus the Afro-Indigenous people who have been negated and written out of settler governmental policy. In doing so, this collection intervenes against the erasure of Creole Indigeneity to foreground Black/Indian cultural sustainability, agency, and self-determination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Jet Set Life
Where to Eat in New Orleans

The Jet Set Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 16:23 Transcription Available


New Orleans is a foodie's paradise. There are so many amazing places to eat in New Orleans that you could plan your entire trip around the food. With New Orleans food, you're likely to get a lot of Cajun and Creole flavors as well as soul food influence. In this round-up, I'm going to touch on every meal so that you have a good idea of where to eat in New Orleans during your next trip!Blog Post / Transcript:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/blog/where-to-eat-in-new-orleansTo Connect with Brittany:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejetsetblonde/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thejetsetblondeWebsite: https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/Join the Jet Set Society:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/communityFREE Resource - 50 Best Destinations for Childfree Vacations:https://www.jetsettingblonde.com/start-hereSupport the show

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.
¿Se debe enseñar creole en los hospitales dominicanos?

Lo piensan todos. Lo decimos nosotros.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:24


El director del Hospital Robert Reid Cabral, Clemente Terrero, explicó este lunes que la comunicación que circuló en redes sociales donde se convocaba al personal de este centro de salud a tomar clases de creole para facilitar el entendimiento con los pacientes haitianos fue una iniciativa del departamento de Recursos Humanos sin su previo conocimiento. “Nosotros no habíamos sido notificados”, afirmó.De acuerdo al director, “no es que no debe hacerse, porque incluso en otras gestiones lo han hecho, lo que pasa es que en esta ocasión no se respetó el procedimiento”.Detalló que la señora Fresa Hernández, encargada de Recursos Humanos, firmó de orden la convocatoria sin haberlo consultado. “Si se fijan, no tiene mi firma, no tiene la autorización del hospital”, agregó.

Dreaming in Color
Rhonda Broussard: Staying Centered in Joy

Dreaming in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 33:06 Transcription Available


Show description Hi! Welcome to Dreaming in Color, a show hosted by Darren Isom, a partner with The Bridgespan Group, that provides a space for BIPOC social change leaders to candidly share how their life experiences (personal and professional) have prepared them to lead and drive the impact we all seek.  In this episode, we talk with Rhonda Broussard, an award-winning education entrepreneur, public speaker, a queer Black mother. She is a seasoned educator, global researcher, and the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Beloved Community, a national nonprofit committed to sustainable economic equity in schools, the workforce, and housing. Join this conversation as we discover how to open doors through language, trace the importance of our lineages and loved ones, and interrogate systems that have long needed to be corrected. Tune in as Rhonda returns to the chalkboard to teach us how to lean into our authentic selves, celebrate others, and channel diversity into impact.  Jump straight into: (00:21) - Introducing Rhonda Broussard, author, CEO of Beloved Community, veteran educator and researcher. (01:48) - An invocation to set the space, with a powerful quote from All About Love by bell hooks. (03:14) - Back to school with Darren: Where does Rhonda's joy come from?  (05:46) -  In community and conversation: Growing up in French, Creole, and English. (09:23) - How different languages can unlock different and powerful narratives.  (11:49) - From the US to Brazil to France: On white supremacy and anti-Blackness across borders. (13:47) - Establishing new paradigms of love and impact through Beloved Community. (19:17) - Using her positionality: Leveraging power through networks and personhood. (24:32) - On commitment to creating change: As a queer Black mother and leader. (27:28) - From blog to book: One Good Question and the answers we seek. Episode resources Connect with Rhonda Broussard through https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhonda-broussard-ab20079/ (LinkedIn) and https://twitter.com/broussardrhonda?lang=en (Twitter) Learn more about Rhonda through her https://www.rhondabroussard.com/about (website) Learn more about https://www.wearebeloved.org/ (Beloved Community) Check out Rhonda's blog https://www.rhondabroussard.com/blog/tag/one+good+question (One Good Question)  Pre-order Rhonda's upcoming book https://tbr-books.org/product/one-good-question (One Good Question), inspired by the blog Learn more about the https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/15/books/bell-hooks-dead.html (works and life) of bell hooks Read https://www.amazon.com/killing-rage-Ending-Racism-Book/dp/0805050272 (killing rage: Ending Racism) by bell hooks Thank you for listening to Dreaming in Color a https://www.bridgespan.org/ (Bridgespan) supported StudioPod production. Nicole Genova is the Show Coordinator and Teresa Buchanan is the Show Producer. The production team from The Bridgespan Group includes Cora Daniels, Michael Borger, Christina Pistorius, and Britt Savage. Additional music and editing provided by https://nodalab.com/ (nodalab). 

El Mañanero Radio
LO BUENO, LO MALO Y LO FEO -Premian a las NIÑAS que BAILARON En el Liceo - El Creole no va

El Mañanero Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 16:12


The Real Estate Sessions
Episode 322 – Brittany Ranew, Premier Sotheby's International Realty

The Real Estate Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 30:10


  Before moving to St. Petersburg and working in http://premiersothebysrealty.com/ (Premier Sotheby's International Realty), https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittanyranewrealtor/ (Brittany Ranew) lived in Mobile, Alabama. And, life there was slower so Brittany really had to re-adjust to everything. She later found that the best way to do that is to be a part of the community. To build strong relationships first and business transactions will come. When you give freely in life, you will get in return. Join Bill Risser as he talks to Brittany about her real estate journey. Discover her love for jazz and soul and how that translated into her own podcast, https://open.spotify.com/show/3vDoZfu1FqETNaFj2VGxnW (St. Pete Soul). Learn how she learned real estate by finding mentorship in others. Find out why you need to start building those relationships right now! --- Brittany Ranew, Premier Sotheby's International Realty I get to talk to somebody I've known for a long time here in St. Pete since I moved here in 2017. I met Brittany Ranew. She's with https://www.premiersothebysrealty.com/ (Premier Sotheby's International Realty). She was a realtor who came to some of the sessions I was doing for Fidelity National Title. She was doing some cool stuff. She launched her own podcast, and we're going to talk about that. She's a classically trained singer, which makes me insanely jealous, and all cool stuff. Let's get this thing going. Brittany, welcome to the show. Bill, thanks so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. It's great seeing you and talking to you. We've known each other for as long as I've been in St. Petersburg when I moved here with Fidelity National Title. You might have been one of the first realtors I met pretty early on in the game because you were in St. Pete, and I was working out of the St. Pete office. We always talked. You had some great ideas. I know you're a dog lover. I know that we're going to talk about your podcast. I know you love music. We're going to have some fun with this conversation. Like me, you're not a native Floridian. Many of the people we talk to here in St. Pete are not. Although a lot of people are, it's shocking how many people are natives that live in this town, which makes sense. What was home for you? Where did you grow up? I'm from Mobile, Alabama. Whenever I tell people that, they're like, "You don't have an accent." I'm like, "It's there. There are certain words. From talking to my family, it will come out." I know Mobile's on the Gulf Coast. I know Interstate 10 runs right through it because when we were relocating to St. Pete, we stayed the night in Mobile. A tornado had hit a few miles South of the hotel. Everything was flooded. It was raining, and all kinds of stuff were happening. Tell me. That's not much to know about Mobile that I stayed there, and it's on the Gulf Coast. Tell me a little bit about where you grew up. You're talking about the weather, which is a thing. Mobile is one of the rainiest cities in the country. That was the cool thing about moving to St. Pete being the Sunshine City because it's sunny all the time. In Mobile, it rains all the time. It's funny. It's on the Gulf Coast, and you're still living on the Gulf Coast, but it's quite a difference. Something about the Gulf into Mobile Bay and weather patterns sweeps across the panhandle from New Orleans all the way across to the panhandle. There are lots of stormy weather. It's hot and humid. I was used to the heat from growing up there. I like to describe it as a small version of New Orleans. It's got the same history with the French and Spanish colonization and all that. You've got some of those influences with food like the Cajun, Creole, all of that. New Orleans is a bigger city, and they took it all to a different level, but we have some of those same vibes on a smaller scale. A fun fact that most people don't know is that Mobile is the birthplace of Mardi...

In Godfrey We Trust
Episode #325 - Free Kidd Creole (Nasser Metcalfe)

In Godfrey We Trust

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 73:24


On this episode of The In Godfrey We Trust #Podcast Comedian Godfrey welcomes Actor Nasser Metcalfe to the show to talk about meeting in Chicago, standing up to the police outside an Ice-T "Body Count" concert, the sad situation that found hip hop pioneer #KiddCreole behind bars and much much more! We're not reinventing the wheel, we're just talkin' shit (twice a week).Original Air Date: 05.13.22SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:https://mipod.com and use promo code GODFREY for 20% OFF your orderhttps://rockauto.com and let them know you heard about them on In Godfrey We Trusthttps://YoDelta.com Promo Code GAS for 25% OFF your entire orderWatch & SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://youtube.com/channel/UC9pY7pvK-F3S17lBK2yhgvw?sub_confirmation=1In Godfrey We Trust is LIVE #Comedy every TUESDAY & FRIDAY at 10PM ET ONLY on #GaSDigitalOr catch the YouTube Premiere later in the week: SATURDAY's & TUESDAY's at 11PMhttps://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVESign up to #GasDigitalNetwork with promo code GODFREY for a 7 Day FREE TRIAL to get access to the HD livestreams, the live chat, and all episodes On Demand in HD.https://GaSDigitalNetwork.com/high-octane-all-accessFOLLOW THE WHOLE SHOW!In Godfrey We Trust PodcastInstagram: https://instagram.com/godfreypodcastTikTok: https://tiktok.com/@godfreypodcastGodfreyInstagram: https://instagram.com/comediangodfreyTwitter: https://twitter.com/GodfreyComedianGaS Digital NetworkInstagram: https://instagram.com/gasdigitalTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalSEND US MAIL:GaS Digital Studios Attn: GODFREY151 1st Ave #311New York, NY 10003orInGodfreyWeTrust@gmail.com#InGodfreyWeTrust #IGWT #GodfreyComedianSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.