LSU’s new Director of Choral Studies, Professor John Dickson, talks about the LSU A Capella Choir’s 63rd annual candlelight concert this Sunday, Dec. 2.
Local businessman and gay rights activist Joe Traigle, whose new group Louisiana Truth will monitor and fact check Gov. Jindal’s public statements. Traigle says the governor does not practice what he preaches.
Karen Kennedy, executive director of the Arthritis Alliance of Louisiana, discusses the probable ill-effects of the governor’s refusal to implement parts of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also called “Obamacare”.
With news breaking yesterday afternoon that Arkansas has offered LSU head coach Les Miles a five-year, $27.5 million contract to assume the same position with the Hogs, Jim spent the first two segments discussing the proposition. The show's producer and associate editor of Tiger Rag Magazine, Richard Fischer, also chimed in with his thoughts on the issue.
Then, Jim finished the show with Emily Nemens of The Southern Review and Erin Rolfs of LSU Press. They discussed the collaboration between the two entities.
Mitchell J. Silver opened the Louisiana Smart Growth Summit last night with constructive criticism of the capital city and its leaders. Silver serves in the Department of City Planning in Raleigh, North Carolina.