The American Sports writer joins the show to talk about his recent book, Gunslinger. Gunslinger tells the story of Brett Favre’s, using more than five hundred interviews. Pearlman charts an unparalleled journey from his rural childhood and high school football career to landing the last scholarship at Southern Mississippi.
Henson Moore is a retired attorney and businessman who is a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, having represented Louisiana's 6th congressional district. He joins the show to talk about his life in Louisiana politics and discusses the difference in politicians and campaigns today.
Constance Hale presents the largely untold story of the hula dance tradition, using the twin keyholes of Kumu Patrick Makuakane. The art of hula is thriving in cities all over the country and the world, but it is not always understood. In her book, The Natives Are Restless, Makuakane’s exuberant, fierce, sensuous dance style come alive on the page.
Broome is running for Mayor-President of Baton Rouge. She joins the show to talk about what Baton Rouge needs to focus on the most. Broome talks with callers about some of the issues for which they are concerned.