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The KiKi
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to laugh; to get the scoop; to cause mischief, these are definitions of the slang word, "kiki". This show is for the eccentric, as well as, the "not quite right" from acid house to zydeco. Expect artists such as Prince, Roy Orbison, Arctic Monkeys, Disocdeine, Stacy Lattisaw, Nina Simone, Abe Vigoda, Felix Mendelssohn, and James Blake, among millions of others! We mix it up, spray paint it, spin it, and slide it to you. So now that you have a visual of The KiKi....it's time for audio penetra ...
 
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altBR
Weekly
 
altBR is a Baton Rouge focused podcast where our host Jacob Jolibois and occasional co-host Abe Felix sit down with the people who are in the trenches, working to make this city a better place. From entrepreneurs, to designers, to musicians, to politicians, to chefs, to civil rights activists, join us as we listen to their stories of progress, hope and goodness in this city.
 
Drawl is a weekly podcast about Southern poets by Southern poets. Follow along as we feature poetry performances, conversations with poets, and lots of laughs in between. Hosted by Desireé Dallagiacomo & Donney Rose also known as Donney Rose & Desireé Dallagiacomo. Come thru.
 
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friends are like honey...... sweet & timeless.
 
slay : amuse greatly
 
On this investigatory episode Donney and Desiree talk through the demise of Poetry Slam Inc., what that means for the spoken word community, and the next steps on the path forward.
 
..growingholding each otherthrough loss and heartbreaknaming each other anewat every evolutionalong the journeybreaking openspilling tears on shouldersand blood on earthand making magicin dark tents...(excerpts from Dream Of The Red Tent by Kohenet Annie Matan)
 
the best is yet to cum.
 
Everywhere that had an Entrance and a quick Exit.
 
Chris Meyer is the CEO of New Schools Baton Rouge. He was the first in his family to go to college and, after a brief stint teaching in the broken education system of New Orleans, his experiences sent him on a quest to fix it. Starting from the top down, he began working to change education on a policy level before going on to start the organiz ...…
 
When we first started this show, one of the questions we often asked is, "what do you think is one of the most pressing issues our city faces." And often, the response that we got was the racial divides. With the death of Alton Sterling and the two police officers back in 2016, the conversations on race were suddenly more prevalent. Leading muc ...…
 
You can feel their positive energy and smiles from a mile away - Raina Vallot and Sherin Dawud are the founders of the Baton Rouge-based women's empowerment non-profit, Power Pump Girls. In this episode, we talk about their many successes and their recent setbacks with the Strike Conference that they had planned for this Fall, the resilience of ...…
 
go OUT of your mind...go in SANE!
 
David Jones, II - also known by his stage name JST DAVID - is an artist, singer/songwriter and recording artist and was our second guest ever on this podcast, over two years ago! We brought him back in the studio to find out what he has been up to and, as it turns out, he's been through quite the journey. From recording with a Grammy-nominated, ...…
 
Mina Estrada is the Director of Artist Resources at The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. At her core, Mina is a dancer - always has been, always will be. She got a job teaching dance right out of college, got her MFA etc. etc. That's just the tip of the iceberg! She's worked for educational institutions, non-profit organizations and dance t ...…
 
Well friends... I guess this is it. At least for our humble show, altBR. It started over a Cracker Barrel breakfast and two years later, we feel like we've built something that mattered. We interviewed over 100 people who are the boots on the ground in Baton Rouge, actively making it a better place. From politicians to chefs, activists to music ...…
 
Morgan is the marketing coordinator for Baton Rouge Area Chamber and Co-Chair of the Barton Leadership Program. Her work in the community with organizations like TEDxLSU and Forum35 have shown a new side of Baton Rouge. A thriving young professional community, an endless number of ways to get involved, serve and give back to the city and, of co ...…
 
WOW, its hot in here!
 
Deborah Sternberg is the Chair of the Baton Rouge chapter of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy. YEA is dedicated to providing high-school students with the education, network and resources to start a business. This program has trained thousands of students across the US, some of which have found themselves making it on Shark Tank and running mult ...…
 
Donney Rose, is a poet, teaching artist, and community activist from Baton Rouge. In April 2018, Donney became a 2018-2019 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Fellow. Leslie D. Rose, is a poet, photographer, and media professional from southern New Jersey. She works in higher education and non profit public relations, and offers freelance publicity w ...…
 
Taylor Bennett is the CEO of MESH, a full-service branding and marketing agency where altBR co-founder, Jacob Jolibois, happens to work. In this episode we talk about his journey from Engineering major to wanna-be-artist to agency founder. We talk about the importance of culture in your business or organization, the impact of brand on perceptio ...…
 
Clark and Whitney Gaines are the powerhouse couple behind Baton Rouge's newest cravings, the food hall, White Star Market. Having fallen in love with food halls across America and Canada, they brought the inspiration back home to Baton Rouge. Built in the Square 46 development on Government Street, White Star brings together an eclectic mix of ...…
 
Laura Siu Nguyen is a community organizer and owner of her own planning and events company. From helping others produce events like Capital City Mac Fest last year to bringing her own ideas to life like the women's conference series, We Are, Laura is devoted to creating events and experiences in this city that people love.…
 
the thread in my fucking hand sew tears from the seaa kaleidoscope of cocktails andand silence follow me..one wave from the ocean beckonstall grass cavesat summers edge I stand blade likeas August rushto Kings enclave
 
In Minisode 11 of altBR, Jacob and Abe dive into the rabbit hole of creating a podcast. They cover the full gamut of topics including show concepting, gear, interview prep, workflows, post-production, show notes, publishing platforms, advertising and more. They also tell a little backstory about bootstrapping their first show (this one!) and sc ...…
 
Jamie Brown and Sydney Harkins, also known as the BouillaBabes, are two chefs who are helping to pioneer the culinary scene here in Baton Rouge combining unique flavors, a non-traditional business model and a whole lot of laughter. In this episode, we talk with the Babes about the challenges they’ve faced as women in the culinary scene, the jou ...…
 
Kenny Nguyen is the CEO of ThreeSixtyEight. If his name doesn’t sound familiar, go way back in our archives to the very beginning - Kenny was our first guest on the show and is earning his altBR alum status 100 episodes later. In this episode we talk about the conference series that explores the intersection of creativity and business, a new mo ...…
 
Oh yes... there's a list: Blues Fest Mina Estrada LTK Crawfish Stanford Beach and Lakes Hooper road bike trails Pastor Jetson and Metromorphosis Sunsets Biking the levee Radio Bar and their terrible parking situation White Light Nights & Hot Art, Cool Nights by Mid-City Merchants The canon in the concrete across from Magpie Downtown Mid-City Ma ...…
 
We are the people that can find whatever you needIf you got the money, honey we got your disease -Guns N Roses
 
Matt Sigur is a writer and editor for the Red Entertainment section for The Advocate. If you've been around Baton Rouge in the last few years, you've probably read one of his stories on entertainment, food, festivals and local culture. With an obvious knack for observational humor, Matt brought a liveliness to this episode as we discussed the u ...…
 
Josh Howard is the Managing Director of Community at Baton Rouge Youth Coalition where he helps make sure young people are connected to resources and each other, while in their pursuit of a four-degree and career. And while his work life is rich and purpose-driven, his life outside of work is arguably even more interesting. Earlier in his life ...…
 
Eric Dexter is the Director of Business Development at Civil Solutions Consulting Group, a Louisiana-based civil engineering consulting firm that assists government agencies, developers and architecture firms with the planning, design and management of municipal transportation infrastructure, residential and commercial development and disaster ...…
 
Jason Andreasen is the Executive Director of Baton Rouge Gallery. He moved to Baton Rouge in 2005 and since then, he's shifted away from a planned career in the courtroom to a life in the arts. During his time with the gallery, he has led the organization to new heights, adding to the area's experience with contemporary art through high-quality ...…
 
Ashley Hebert is the Director of Government Relations for the American Heart Association where she works with coalitions, volunteers and partner organizations to build support for policy issues and environmental change at the local level. But her story leading up to this point is quite unique, including being crowned Miss Black Louisiana. Liste ...…
 
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Emilie Hebert is a 21-year-old college student who is constantly in her kitchen. She loves good food and good-for-you food. Because of her love for nutrition without sacrificing good Southern flavor, she started a blog called Emilie Eats back in 2015. It's since garnered a large following of tens of thousands of people. In this episode we dive ...…
 
Tiffany Simpson, who is the Executive Director of It Takes a Village, a non-profit organization committed to providing support and serving the homeless community in Baton Rouge. In this episode, we have a great conversation about the stigmas related to homelessness, the ways that we can help restore dignity and humanity to those who have lost n ...…
 
This week on altBR, we're in the studio with altBR alum, Dianne Hanley, and Edgar Cage are both involved members of Together Baton Rouge. Together Baton Rouge is a broad-based coalition of congregations and community-based organizations in the Greater Baton Rouge area, with the capacity to address community problems large and small. The coaliti ...…
 
Logan Kinamore is the Executive Director of No Overdose Baton Rouge which he founded in December 2013. Logan's work with No Overdose Baton Rouge seeks to affirm the dignity of people who use drugs by providing them with life preserving resources in a judgment-free context. This work has included direct, street-level outreach and policy advocacy ...…
 
dude, yr so crazy..
 
Baton Rouge is known world-wide for the culinary and music culture that has marked this capital city for generations. And in recent years, the classic recipes, artists and traditions that have put us in the public eye have evolved to take on a modern twist, pioneered by a new generation of songwriters, chefs, artists and makers. And we want to ...…
 
Fairleigh Jackson joined Preserve Louisiana as the organization’s second Executive Director in September 2015. She has a 10-year record of service to area and statewide non-profit organizations, including serving as director of Member Services for the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations. She has also served as a director of Advance ...…
 
Anna Schwab works as a free-lance professional dancer in modern and contemporary dance-theatre, has taught and choreographed at studios across Baton Rouge, and teaches dance to elementary school students in the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. In a beautiful twist of worlds, Anna holds a Masters degree in Business Administration and a B.A ...…
 
wherever YOU ARE is home
 
Racheal Hebert is a community organizer and nonprofit director with experience in a variety of programs, including initiatives involving sexual trauma, violence prevention, crime victims’ rights, and women’s health. Racheal began working at the 19th Judicial District Attorney’s Rape Crisis Center in 2008, where she was first hired as the volunt ...…
 
Dr. Murelle G. Harrison is a retired professor of psychology from Southern University, but volunteers as the Associate Dean, Nelson Mandela School of Government & Social Studies. Dr. Harrison has been awarded grants from local, state, and national agencies totaling more than $6 million in the area of substance abuse and violence prevention. She ...…
 
Coming from New Orleans, Tank and the Bangas are surrounded by plenty of grand musical traditions. And the five-piece group has a rare knack for combining various musical styles—fiery soul, deft hip-hop, deep-groove R&B and subtle jazz—into one dazzling, cohesive whole that evokes the scope of New Orleans music while retaining a distinctive fee ...…
 
Rowdy Gaudet is the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer for Mayor Sharon Weston Broome. He formerly worked as the Chief of Staff for the Disaster Recovery Unit for the state of Louisiana and also has experience in executive management, government relations, business and economic development, infrastructure management, and strategic communica ...…
 
Forward Arts is a multi-generational collective of youth, artists, and educators who are committed to providing learning opportunities in Southeastern Louisiana.
 
Ehab Meselhe is the Vice President for Engineering at the Water Institute of the Gulf. With more than 20 years of experience researching coastal wetland hydrology, sediment transport, and computer modeling of coastal wetland and riverine systems. His multi-layered background includes work as an educator, researcher, and practitioner with extens ...…
 
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