An Insider’s Guide to New Orleans
The Dew Drop InnHonoring Musical Legends: Curtis Doucette and the Restoration of the Dew Drop Inn Does the story of a forgotten cultural landmark, at the crossroads of history and music, resonate with..
New Orleans Questions and Answers – Episode 190Questions and Answers about New Orleans In this episode, Mark is enjoyed by guest Chris Masrhsall. Together, they answer listener...
Piecing It Back Together: Rebuilding Hubig’s PiesPiecing It Back Together: Drew and Kathleen Ramsey’s Unwavering Dedication to Rebuilding Hubig’s Pies Discover the incredible story of Drew...
Draining New Orleans Episode 188Draining New Orleans, with Richard Campanella Discover the hidden tale of New Orleans’ battle against water, where an unexpected twist...
Raising a Family in New Orleans: Jan Bologna’s Unique PerspectiveRaising a Family in New Orleans: Jan Bologna’s Unique Perspective ———————— Jan Bologna, a lifelong New Orleans resident, reflects on...
From the Pitch: Ian McNulty on the Surging Popularity of Rugby in New OrleansFrom the Pitch: Ian McNulty on the Surging Popularity of Rugby in New Orleans ———————— In this episode, you will...
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meet markmore than a podcaster
Public SpeakingI frequently speak at conferences, emcee events, and share my love of New Orleans by speaking with groups large and small. If you have an event, and would love to provide your guests with a curated look into New Orleans, reach out to me.
authorAs an author, Mark's writing is influenced by growing up in the Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans. The flavor developed by his years spent in family owned Teddy’s Grill, a neighborhood restaurant known for slow-cooked, roast beef po-boys, and red beans and rice.
podcast consultingWant to start your own podcast? Mark has years of experience podcasting behind the mic at Beyond Bourbon Street. He has helped both companies and individuals launch their own podcasts. He can coach you from idea to launch and beyond.
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