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Frame After Frame: The Images of Herman Leonard - $25.00

His hobby of shooting portraits of the jazz immortals of the 1940s and 50s has landed his photographs in the permanent collection at the Smithsonian Institution. He counts Quincy Jones and Tony Bennett among his closest friends. He has done photo shoots in the Himalayas, lived on an island with no electricity, traveled the Orient with Marlon Brando, and photographed the most beautiful women in the world on commercial shoots around the globe. By all accounts, Herman Leonard has led a remarkable life. Narrated by Tony Bennett, Frame After Frame: The Images of Herman Leonard tells the story of the life and work of this renowned photographer through interviews with Herman and his friends and, of course, through the extraordinary photographs he has produced.

Forever My Love: Music from the Bayou - $25.00

In this documentary, Gerry McGee, the son of Contemporary Cajun music legend Dennis McGee, and Pat Mire roam the countryside in a 1976 Cadillac convertible, stopping along the way to play with many of Dennis' former students including Cajun legends Michael Doucet of Beausoleil, Zachary Richard, Steve Riley, famed slide guitarist Sonny Landreth, D.L. Menard, Al Berrard and many others.

Young Heroes - 2013 - $25.00

A lot of attention is given to the young people who get into trouble or underachieve in school, but often the students who do exceptionally well in the classroom or make a huge difference in their community do not receive the recognition they deserve. That’s why LPB and the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge created the Louisiana Young Heroes Awards.The awards honor students in grades 7-12 who have excelled in the classroom, have served their community or have shown great courage in overcoming adversity in their own lives. Specify year when ordering - details at http://www.lpb.org/heroes.

Washing Away: Losing Louisiana - $25.00

On the one-year anniversary of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastating much of the Louisiana coastline and the New Orleans and Lake Charles areas, this new LPB documentary looks at stories of six Louisianans and how the storms affected the coastline, their land and their livelihoods. The characters share their stories and their knowledge of the larger impacts of coastal land loss on the environment, wildlife, economics, industry, culture and community.
The participants include New Orleans chef Leah Chase, the owner of the famous Dooky Chase Restaurant; Errol Domingue, a third-generation sugar cane, rice, cattle and crawfish farmer from Erath; Preston Doré, a shrimper from Delcambre whose seafood restaurant, bar and distribution business were destroyed by Rita; Marlon Horton, a 26-year-old New Orleans East resident displaced to Houston who videotaped his harrowing experiences during and following Katrina including the flooding of his home, his helicopter rescue, and evacuation to the causeway bridge and then the Astrodome, Port Fouchon port director Ted Falgout, and Kerry St. Pe', a marine biologist and Director of the Barataria-Terrebone National Estuary, a 4.2 million acre area currently experiencing the world's fastest rate of land loss. web

Washing Away: After the Storms - $25.00

Five years after hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Louisiana's recovery is eclipsed by the largest environmental disaster in American history. In this documentary, LPB catches up with the six survivors of WASHING AWAY: LOSING LOUISIANA, as they fight to keep their land, livelihoods, and way of life from Washing Away. Their journey through setbacks, subsequent storms and new threats reveal a common thread shared by many of their two million coastal neighbors - determination, perseverance and resilience in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.

Forever LSU - $25.00

LSU is an institution rich in history, having seen many landmark moments in its 150 years of operation, as well as paving the way for many other historical moments in Louisiana and worldwide.

As part of LSU's sesquicentennial celebration of the founding of the university, Louisiana Public Broadcasting and LSU have joined forces to create an hour-long documentary on the rich history of the university.

The colorful story of LSU starts in 1860 in Pineville when the State Seminary of Learning was founded as a small military academy whose first superintendent was William Tecumseh Sherman, later infamous for the burning of Atlanta during the Civil War.

The documentary also cites major events like the enrollment of the first female student in 1904 and the first black student in 1953 but it was not until the 1960s that the campus was truly integrated with Kerry Pourciau's election as Student Government Association President in 1972.

These are just some of the momentous events in LSU's history featured in the documentary. It also features interviews with famous alumni and scholars.

Walker Percy: A Documentary Film - $25.00

Walker Percy: A Documentary Film follows Percy’s life from his youth in Alabama – where he was first confronted by his family’s history of depression – to his prolonged hospitalizations for tuberculosis, and his eventual success as a novelist. Interviewees discuss Walker’s thoughts on faith, philosophy, and literature. The film also looks at the influence of William Alexander Percy, and Walker’s life-long friendship with Civil War historian and novelist Shelby Foote.

Uncle Earl - $25.00

This documentary highlights the life and times of Louisiana's other famous Governor Long--Earl. Featuring historic footage and thoughtful insights by those who experienced Uncle Earl, this biography is a fascinating look into Louisiana, its people and politics that made up Louisiana from the early to mid-20th century.

The Forest Where We Live (The Series) - $25.00

A series that teaches middle and high school students about the economic, sociological and environmental benefits of trees and other foliage in our cities.

Six video lessons on 1 DVD. Teacher Guide included with the purchase of the series.

1. Urban Forestry, What is it?
2. The History of Urban Forestry
3. Deforestation in America
4. The Science of Urban Forestry
5. And Who Shall Lead the Way
6. A Natural World

More information The Forest Where We Live (The Series)

Turning The Tide - $25.00

Home to vital habitat for America's birds, fish and shellfish, critical resources and industries, and millions of people, this endangered region faces challenges that will soon decide its fate. Explore proposed solutions and proven strategies, along with bold engineering from around the world that can "Turn the Tide" on this national crisis unfolding at the mouth of the Mississippi River Delta on Louisiana's Gulf Coast.

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