Miss Rodeo Louisiana 2022 reflects on her reign as queen and recent national competition

This episode of Louisiana Considered aired Friday, January 13, 2023. Here’s what it featured:

New Orleans is once again gearing up to revise its laws governing short-term rentals, like those listed on platforms like Airbnb. And City Hall is facing a fast approaching deadline to pass new rules, set by a federal court. WWNO New Orleans Reporter Carly Berlin tells us what changes might be in store for the city’s short-term rental industry.

This Saturday, New Orleans will host the Miss Universe 2023 pageant where representatives from 165 countries will take to the runway to compete for the crown. But last month in Las Vegas, a different kind of contest just ended. The one where the track is replaced by a stable, and the crown, replaced by a cowgirl hat.

Considered by Louisiana Alana Schreiber spoken with Miss Rodeo Louisiana 2022, Sydney Albriton, about her recent competition in Vegas and what it takes to be a rodeo queen.

Every week, American Routes offers you Shortcuts, preview of the next show. This week, the show comes from Studios Marigny with the jazz saxophonist Donald Harrisson, who spoke to Nick Spitzer about growing up in New Orleans and his imprint on modern jazz.

Today’s episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Patrick Madden. Our Executive Producer is Alana Schreiber and our Digital Editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman and Aubry Procell.

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