09/15 Friday: William Taylor, Mark Calvit, Paul Arrigo, Mark Lipton

Hour One

William Taylor


Saints historian William Taylor was on air with Jim to remember the first regular season game for the Saints. The anniversary of the game is September 17, 1967. This photo is of John Gilliam making a play during the game.

Mark Calvit


Mark Calvit is the executive director of Southside Gardens Retirement and Assisted Living. Calvit came in studio to talk more about his business, LSU football and other various topics. 

Hour Two:

Paul Arrigo


Paul Arrigo is the head of Visit Baton Rouge. Arrigo was here to chat with Jim about many things including the anniversary of the first football game for the New Orleans Saints and how he attended the game as a young man.


Mark Lipton



Mark Lipton discussed his book Mean Men: The perversion of America's Self Made Man. He asks does why our society celebrates the success of mean men and why women stay married to controlling men. For over forty years, Lipton has been a trusted adviser to Fortune 500 corporations, think tanks, philanthropies and more.