On Saturday, July 17, Peter broadcast his radio show from the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana. Featured guests from the third hour include:
Tory McPhail, executive chef at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, continues the discussion from Hour 2 about the state of the seafood in Louisiana and why not to worry about eating that po’boy;
Sam Rykels, director of the Louisiana State Museum, telling us about the museum’s upcoming Hurricane Katrina exhibit;
Marci Schramn, executive director of French Quarter Festivals, describing the Satchmo Summer Fest and how it’s a uniquely New Orleans event;
Bill Strickland, editor at large at Bicycling Magazine, bringing us up to speed on the Tour de France, its racers and what it’s like to be a spectator;
Amanda Shaw, a musician, composer and arranger since the age of 4, shares the music of her native New Orleans.
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For more on New Orleans, check out our Ask the Locals Travel Guide: New Orleans, Louisiana as well as our Spotlight On: New Orleans, Louisiana.
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