05/08 Monday: Rosalyn Baldwin, Meanwhile, Back at Cafe Du Monde, Fiona Lewis, Carolyn Hill & Elbert Guillory


Peggy Sweeney-McDonald

Peggy Sweeney-McDonald, the author of Meanwhile, Back at Cafe Du Monde, joins the show to promote the seventh anniversary of the book with a celebration being held at the 3rd LSU Museum of Art, on Wednesday, May, 10th at 6:30 pm.

Rosalyn Baldwin

7-year-old Rosalyn Baldwin joins the show to talk with Jim about her hugs for police officers.  Baldwin aims to hug police in as many states as possible.  Rosalyn is joined by her father, Errik, and her mother, Angie. Her parents describe their upcoming tour to states where Rosalyn will hug more officers.

Fiona Lewis

Fiona Lewis joins the show to describe her memoir, Mistakes Were Made.  She describes the French countryside, reflects on her glamorous youth across London and Paris in the ’60s, Hollywood in the ’70s, and the important, sometimes disastrous, choices she made along the way. 


Carolyn Hill & Elbert Guillory

Former BESE member, Carolyn Hill and former state Senator Elbert Guillory join the show together to talk about education, healthcare and politics.