- This week in Louisiana history. December 16, 1935. Huey P. Long Bridge at New Orleans dedicated.
- This week in New Orleans history. Beloved writer, cook,
broadcaster, and lover of New Orleans,
Frank Joseph Davis passed away on December 9,
2013. He served New Orleans television station WWL-TV and its
radio affiliate WWL-AM, from 1974 until his health-related
retirement in 2011. Davis authored several cookbooks and other
reference guides to the cuisine of New Orleans and to South
Louisiana seafood. His culinary legacy included "bronzing," a
toned-down version of blackening. He invented the "Strictly
N'Awlins" series of seasonings. Davis's culinary papers were
donated to the Southern Food and Beverage (SoFab) Culinary
Library and Institute subsequent to his death.
- This week in Louisiana.
Joe Krown Trio plus Seither's Seafood Crawfish Boil
Sunday, December 3
Maple Leaf Bar
8316 Oak St.
New Orleans, LA 70118
- Postcards from Louisiana. Bruce listens to the Big Dixie Swingers on Frenchman Street in New Orleans.
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