What's what BR

Have a question? Want updates on your favorite businesses around town? Or, maybe you just want to keep up with what’s happening around the community? Whichever your reasoning, What’s What, BR? is the place for you to find all of those things and more. Providing real, local information that affects our community, What’s What’s, BR? is your go-to location to stay in the know about what’s going on in Baton Rouge. What’s What, BR? is full of community members who are coming together to talk about what makes our community so special, while also providing resources, updates, and even fun.

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Latest Episodes

Adam Knapp of Baton Rouge Area Chamber

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with returning guest Adam Knapp of Baton Rouge Area Chamber. Knapp discusses the unemployment rate, healthcare, and expectations for the BRAC Five-Year-Plan.

Dr. Rosa Folgar of Ochsner Baton Rouge

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with Dr. Rosa Folgar of Ochsner Baton Rouge. Dr. Folgar discusses her role at Ochsner, lifestyle and wellness programs, and finding a health plan that works for you.

What’s What BR with Samuel Heisman of Great Hearts Academies

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with first-time guest Samuel Heisman of Great Hearts Academies. Heisman describes his role as the founding head of school at Great Hearts Harveston, as well as Great Hearts’ value proposition of “classical education.” We also discuss the progress of Louisiana’s first Great Hearts Academy, which is set to open in August of 2023.

What’s What BR with Dr. Aldo Russo of Ochsner Baton Rouge

In this episode of What’s What BR we meet with first-time guest Dr. Russo, a gastroenterologist and regional medical director of Ochsner Baton Rouge. Dr. Russo discusses his role and the physician-led environment Ochsner has created. We also discuss what can be done to take preventive measures regarding gastrointestinal diseases, as well as when it is appropriate to visit your gastroenterologist for screenings.

What’s What BR with Teri Casso of the St. Elizabeth Foundation

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with returning guest Teri Casso of the St. Elizabeth Foundation. Teri discusses her role at St. Elizabeth’s Foundation and their mission. St. Elizabeth Foundation’s mission is to provide maternity and adoption services for women in crisis pregnancies and families who wish to adopt. We discuss the changes that have resulted in adoption this year, as well as the work and preparation St. Elizabeth Foundation must do to anticipate these changes for women and adoption.

What’s What BR with Dr. Kenny Cole of Ochsner Health

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with first time guest, Dr. Kenny Cole. Dr. Cole discusses his role as System Vice President of Clinical Improvement and his efforts to improve clinical care for patients, providers, and care teams. We also discuss in detail the new Ochsner 65 Plus clinic.

What’s What BR with Corey Wilson of BREC

In this episode of What’s What BR we meet with BREC Superintendent Corey Wilson. Corey discusses his impressive role, as well as his day-to-day activities. We also discuss how BREC upholds the standards of being named the “Top Large Park System in the Nation.” Wilson also discusses what BREC is currently working on right now in terms of exciting projects coming up in the near future.

What’s What BR with Congressman Garret Graves

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with returning guest Congressman Garret Graves to discuss the current projects that are being worked on for this upcoming year. He discusses what is being done to prevent flooding problems in our area and improve traffic in Baton Rouge. We also discuss our fast-paced society and government efforts to keep pace in an accelerated world.

What’s What BR with Tracy Wirtz and Tracy White of Cox Communications

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with Tracy Wirtz and Tracy White of Cox Communication to discuss their roles. They discuss Cox Communication’s efforts to make internet more affordable for individuals through the Affordable Connectivity Program. Wirtz and White also describe the qualifications for the savings program, along with how to spread the message and get more individuals involved. For more information, click the link below: https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/affordable-connectivity-program.html

What’s What BR with Dr. Lindsey Fauveau of Ochsner Health

In this episode of What’s What BR, we meet with Breast Surgeon Oncologist, Dr. Lindsey Fauveau. Dr. Fauveau discusses her career path, along with her specializations. She also highlights the High-Risk Breast Clinic she created at Ochsner to treat women that are at high risk for breast cancer, and she mentions the many services Ochsner offers to breast cancer patients to ensure they are well taken care of.

What’s What BR with Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome

In this episode of What’s What BR, Mayor-President Broome returns to give updates on the happenings in Baton Rouge. She discusses Blight Month in East Baton Rouge, along with events occurring in September to help beautify the Baton Rouge community.

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