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Episode 113: 10 Things You May Not Know… Episode 113: 10 Things You May Not Know…

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing with this countdown of "10 Things You May Not Know About the Apollo Program"…
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing with this countdown of "10 Things You May Not Know About the Apollo Program" including…
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Episode 112: Summer Reading 2019 Episode 112: Summer Reading 2019

Find out everything you need to know to participate in 2019's Summer Reading Challenge "A Universe of Stories". Kids, Teens…
Find out everything you need to know to participate in 2019's Summer Reading Challenge "A Universe of Stories". Kids, Teens and Adults can…
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Episode 111: Veterans History Project Episode 111: Veterans History Project

This podcast episode features highlights from the Veterans History Project, an oral history collection of veterans that live in St. Tammany…
This podcast episode features highlights from the Veterans History Project, an oral history collection of veterans that live in St. Tammany…
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Episode 110: Dr. Mary’s Monkey and the… Episode 110: Dr. Mary’s Monkey and the…

Author Edward Haslam explains how the murder of a doctor, a secret laboratory in New Orleans, and cancer-causing monkey viruses are linked…
Author Edward Haslam explains how the murder of a doctor, a secret laboratory in New Orleans, and cancer-causing monkey viruses are linked…
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Episode 109: Lost Bayou Ramblers &… Episode 109: Lost Bayou Ramblers &…

Hear an exclusive live performance by the Grammy nominated Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers. Also included is a lecture by band member…
Hear an exclusive live performance by the Grammy nominated Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers. Also included is a lecture by band member…
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Episode 108: Now and Always: A… Episode 108: Now and Always: A…

Covington author Christian Garcia discusses his book that contains love letters between his grandparents from over a hundred years ago.
Covington author Christian Garcia discusses his book that contains love letters between his grandparents from over a hundred years ago.
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Episode 107: Purchased Lives Exhibit &… Episode 107: Purchased Lives Exhibit &…

This episode of our podcast spotlights the Purchased Lives exhibit and also features a discussion of African American history in our…
This episode of our podcast spotlights the Purchased Lives exhibit and also features a discussion of African American history in our…
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Episode 106: George O'Connor… Episode 106: George O'Connor…

This episode features an interview with New York Times Best Selling Author/Illustrator George O'Connor. Mr. O'Connor is interviewed by…
This episode features an interview with New York Times Best Selling Author/Illustrator George O'Connor. Mr. O'Connor is interviewed by membe…
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Episode 105: John Lee - Surviving… Episode 105: John Lee - Surviving…

This episode features author John Lee reading an excerpt from his book "Our Sleepless Nights: Surviving Katrina and Burying Miss Vera". It…
This episode features author John Lee reading an excerpt from his book "Our Sleepless Nights: Surviving Katrina and Burying Miss Vera". It i…
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Episode 104: La.'s Florida Parishes… Episode 104: La.'s Florida Parishes…

Dr. Sam Hyde, Director at the Center for Southeast La. Studies, presents a lecture on the Reconstruction of Louisiana and the Florida…
Dr. Sam Hyde, Director at the Center for Southeast La. Studies, presents a lecture on the Reconstruction of Louisiana and the Florida Parish…
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Episode 103: Dr. Eva Semien Baham –… Episode 103: Dr. Eva Semien Baham –…

This episode features the latest presentation by History Professor and Historian Dr. Eva Semien Baham. This program is titled "Marching to…
This episode features the latest presentation by History Professor and Historian Dr. Eva Semien Baham. This program is titled "Marching to …
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