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Episode 206: Conversation with New & Notable and Touro CEO Dr. Christopher Lege

A member of the Biz New Orleans New & Notables class of 2024, Dr. Christopher Lege became the official CEO of Touro in April....

Episode 205: James Martin Previews Louisiana’s First Wind Turbine

In April, a wind turbine and its components arrived in Louisiana after a transatlantic journey from Ireland. Gulf Wind Technology is preparing the onshore...

Episode 204: Tulane’s Fariba Mamaghani Explains How Utilities Can Build Electric Grids That Can Withstand Extreme Weather Events

Electric grids in Louisiana and nationwide are aging. Meanwhile, extreme weather events are increasing. That means utilities need to invest in new technologies to...

Episode 203: Who is the Organization That Just Gave A High School Senior A Car?

For the second year in a row, a lucky high school senior received a free car thanks to an organization called NOLA Black Wall...

Episode 202: Pastor Shawn Anglim Talks Community Lighthouses

In this week’s episode, Pastor Shawn Anglim, a clergy leader with Together New Orleans, talks about the origin and status of the Community Lighthouse...

Episode 201: A Look At The New Orleans Themed Disney World Ride

Based on the 2009 hit animated film "The Princess and the Frog," Tiana's Bayou Adventure opens June 28 at Walt Disney World Florida. "Biz...
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Episode 200: Lawyer Michelle Craig Looks at Louisiana’s New Laws

This week, attorney Michelle Craig of Transcendent Law Group talks about how the active 2024 legislative session will alter Louisiana’s legal landscape — from...

Episode 199: Bocuse D’Or and the Pastry World Cup

The Olympics of food service, the Bocuse D’Or and the Pastry World Cup have never been held in America since their founding in 1987....

Episode 198: Dr. Joe Ramos Talks About Cancer Care in Louisiana

Louisiana has a higher incidence of cancer and a lower rate of survival than most states, so it’s more important than ever for the...

Episode 197: The Fight for the Right to THC

If passed, Louisiana Senate Bill 237 would eliminate virtually all hemp products from the market, killing what has fast become a $33 million industry...

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