The 33rd New Orleans Film Festival kicks off this weekend. Listen to learn what’s on deck
Once a year, an advocacy group rides bikes from New Orleans toward Angola Prison to highlight the 170 mile journey that families take to visit loved ones incarcerated in the country’s largest maximum security prison. The Gulf States Newsroom’s Bobbi-Jeanne Misick pedaled along, talking to cyclists and learning more about the ride and who it supports.
The New Orleans Film Society is rolling out the red carpet as it opens its 33rd annual New Orleans Film Festival. This year the festival offers both in-person screenings across the Crescent City as well as a globally accessible virtual cinema. New Orleans Film Society executive director Sarah Escalante joins us with details.
Award-winning New Orleans veteran broadcast journalist Dave McNamara's photo collection, “Heart of Louisiana” explores the Bayou State’s unique places, cultures,and people. Today McNamara tells us how his skills will be celebrated in a new WYES TV event, the Light and Life: The Photographic Journey of Dave McNamara.
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