Dayne Sherman and Jeff Sadow discuss the state of the presidential race. John Schneider talks Kirk Douglas. Cast and producers behind Baton Rouge indie film Daisy and Smiling Jack talk about their planned South by Southwest release.
Former Louisiana lawmaker Troy Hebert and Professor Dayne Sherman square off on the governor’s election, Senator John Kennedy and the impact of President Trump on Louisiana voters. Singer/songwriter David St. Romain and Douglas Gay of the Baton Rouge Music Studio detail Veterans Songs of Survivors Workshops. Acclaimed writer Ruta Sepetys talks about her later work pertaining to post WWII Spain “The Fountains of Silence.”
Professors Dayne Sherman, SLU, and Jeff Sadow, LSU-Shreveport, square off on state and national politics as Louisiana candidates qualify for the Oct. 12 primary next week and Democrats survey the impact of two contentious presidential debates this week. Dr. Faye Williams, Alexandria native and National President of the National Congress of Black Women, questions the legacy of President Reagan after a tape surfaces with Reagan in 1971 as California Governor referring to black people as apes in a conversation with then President Richard Nixon.
Democrat Dayne Sherman, author professor and blogger, and Republican Elbert Guillory, former state senator, spar over the governor’s election and the state of the nation under President Trump, who hosted a military style exhibition yesterday in the nation’s capital. Journalist Meredith May details an extraordinary story of a girl, her grandfather and one of nature’s most mysterious and beguiling creatures, the honeybee. May’s book is “The Honey Bus.”
Louisiana GOP Executive Committee member Vincent Bruno and Democratic blogger, Professor Dayne Sherman of Southeastern Louisiana University, offer their views on next year’s governor’s race and the state of the Trump presidency. LSU Sport Management Professor Chad Seifried on the history of Tiger Stadium, which first opened in 1924.