Former Lynard Skynard tour manager Ron Eckerman joins Jim in the studio to discuss how thirty-five years prior on a flight to Baton Rouge tragedy struck when the plane crashed killing three of the band's members.
Bob Edgar, former representative and current President & CEO of Common Cause, discusses his views and opinions on the most expensive presidential race in American history.
Carlos Sam, Director of Innovative & Specialized Programs at the EBR school system, discusses the benefits of magnate schools and Darlene Roland with the Red Stick Farmers Market drops by to discuss upcoming events.
Baton Rouge's bus system is expecting revenues to fall millions short of projections. That means it may not be able to fulfill all the promises for more express routes and shorter wait times made during the successful campaign for a transit tax last spring.
Judge Bob Downing, one of the most colorful and outspoken judges to ever be on the Louisiana bench, and former U.S. Senator Gary Hart chat with Jim on matters of the court as well as the second of three presidential debates between President Obama and Gov. Romney.
The state's top school board Tuesday adopted revisions to its process for approving private and parochial schools. The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will now accept accreditation from independent agencies as proof a school meets state standards.
Ben Bagert, former State Senator and Louisiana campaign manager for Bob Dole, and democratic political consultant Trey Ourso give their opinions and grade the Vice Presidential debate between Vice President Biden and Rep. Ryan.
Local fashion designer and former Project Runway contestant Anthony Ryan talks with Jim and discusses his return to television for another chance to win in a new season of Project Runway: All-Stars. Jeanne Triche joins alongside to discuss her efforts in maintaining and contributing to the LSU Costume & Tetile Museum.