The Louisiana Art & Science Museum is hosting its 31st Annual Gala September 23, 2016. This year's theme is Branch out; to pay homage to Louisiana's greenery around the state. Douglas Kennedy, the Public Relations manager for LASM joins the show to share this event.
Quentin D. Dastugue is a founding partner and the chief executive officer of the New Orleans-based real estate firm Property One, Inc., and a former four-term member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Quentin Dastugue was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2010; he joins the show to talk about Parkinson's as well as politics.
While demonstrating that ADHD is real and can be medicated when appropriate, Schwarz sounds a long-overdue alarm and urges America to address this growing national health crisis with his book, ADHD Nation.
Former Sec. of State and Insurance Commissioner, Jim Brown joins the show the beginning of the second hour to discuss candidates in the presidential election and give his predictions.
Former LSU Band director, Roy King, joins the show after the publication of the book, 'The Golden Band from Tigerland: A History of LSU's Marching Band.' King talks about life after being dismissed from the University and what he misses the most about the school.