Friday, August 26, 2016

171. Christophe Landry, part 1

171. Part 1 of our interview with Christophe Landry.  Christophe was born in New Iberia, Louisiana, the heart of Latin Louisiana. Due to his region's multilingual background and secondary status, he has worked with state and private agencies for the promotion, protection and expansion of his region's languages (Creole, Spanish and French). After working as Cabin Crew for 7 years on international, long-haul flights, Christophe is a well-seasoned traveler with insight on culture, adapting, flying (though he cannot offer flight discounts), history, and more.
  1. This week in Louisiana history. August 28, 1956. Lake Ponchartrain Causeway opened.
  2. This week in New Orleans history. August 27, 1932.  Jefferson Parish Sheriff Harry Lee, born in New Orleans on August 27, 1932 was, was first elected in 1979, as the 30th Sheriff and was re-elected six times, serving twenty eight years and six months.
  3. This week in Louisiana.
    81th Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival
    September 1st, 2016 - September 5th, 2016
    Downtown Morgan City
    Downtown Morgan City, 715 Second Street, Morgan City, LA 70380
    985-385-0703 | 800-256-2931 | 985-384-4628
    Website
    Downtown Morgan City
    Tap your toes & tempt your tastebuds at Louisiana's oldest state-chartered harvest festival. The four-day extravaganza of family entertainment includes continuous live music by local & national acts, a huge arts & crafts show and sale, a Childrens Village, the Cajun Culinary Classic, the traditional Blessing of the Fleet and water parade . . . all with no gate fee!
  4. Postcard from New Orleans.  Purple Haze on Royal and St. Peter Streets.
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Christophe Landry
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