12/02 Friday: Raising Cane's River Center, Deeply Rooted, Sam Goodwin & Chuck Redden


Michael Day

The General Manager of the Raising Cane's River Center joins the show to talk about the 2% hotel occupancy tax that will be on the ballot December 10th.  Day hopes that the tax will help to fund tourism and renovations for the River Center. 1 cent of the tax goes to Visit Baton Rouge and the other cent goes toward the River Center.

Christina Melton 

Veteran producer at Louisiana Public Broadcasting joins the show to promote a documentary coming Tuesday, December 6th at 7pm on LPB. Deeply Rooted is the story of John Coykendall’s passion to preserve the farming heritage. The seeds and stories of a small, farming culture in Southeastern Louisiana and this work is the subject of this new documentary.

Sam Goodwin

Former coach of Ed Orgeron at Northwestern State University, Goodwin remembers the first time he met Orgeron, praises him for his accomplishments and describes what makes him a good coach.


Chuck Redden

Redden is famous for his parody songs on YouTube and he joins the show to talk about the songs he created during the presidential election.  Jim plays , "Can't Touch Me," a parody about Hillary Clinton and "Trump You," since Donald won the election.