Tuesday, October 14, 2008


Ladyfest New Orleans
Special Thanks, Geraldine Wyckoff ~photo gallery

NCDC Update II~Laureen Lentz

In Louisiana, nearly 6,500 subsidized apartments sit unrepaired ~Desiree Evans

Snitching Is The New Black
~Big Red Cotton

Louisiana GOPer party censuring Newell Norman and Jack Strain over their endorsement of Mary Landrieu ~Mosquito Coast

It’s a small world after all - which lion will be King? ~slabbed

My God is Bigger Than Your God ~David Kurtz~Special T'anks~wOrdsmiths

John McCain LOVED ACORN before he was against it
~White Noise Insanity

~Editilla believes it or not~Get ready to see This Red State Herring over voter fraud as the Pre Game Frame before contesting the Vote numbers for Obama.

The Decline Of Intellectual Conservatism ~Citizen K

Rising Seas and Powerful Storms Threaten Global Security
~Janet Larsen

Study weighs impact of introducing Asian oysters to bay
~The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will release a key study this week on the questions of restoring the Chesapeake Bay's native oysters and the possibility of introducing a non-native Asian species.

Flood insurance...
necessity or commodity?

Federal Liability for Flood Damage Related to Army Corps of Engineers Projects~CRS
~Congressional Research Service Update: Sept 4th, '08

Did termites help Katrina destroy New Orleans floodwalls?

Rebuilding A Nation:
The New American Revolution
~Pierce O'Donnell

L-1 lands $37M in multiple contracts~The Stamford, Conn.-based company got $20 million from the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and $17 million from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. L-1’s McClendon unit focuses on the intelligence, government and defense markets.

Public records case goes to state Supreme Court ~Laura Maggi

Cup of Responsibility
~Allison Good
~Some local roasters are addressing the environmental implications of caffeinating the city.

FEMA van arrives
~Alexandria Burris
~Slightly more than two months after Hurricane Gustav slammed across
St. Landry Parish, residents are still seeking help to rebuild their lives. FEMA, in conjunction with the U.S. Small Business Administration, plans to stay at the Opelousas site until 6 p.m. Friday.

Diageo Delivers Natural Disaster Aid Throughout the Country

Energy-efficient home projects dot New Orleans
~Eileen Fleming

Restructuring Pros to Gather for Turnaround Management Association's 20th Anniversary Convention

New Orleans Biennial Annouces Six Grants~Prospect.1 New Orleans has announced the receipt of six grants totaling $935,000.

Parallels of Recovery: Melody Gardot Finds Inspiration in the Spirit of New Orleans
~Craig Cortello

Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival, Lafayette Square
~Editilla Notellas~Thursday in the Park!
Harvest the Music is a free concert series benefiting The Second Harvest Food Bank, every Thursday in the Fall at Lafayette Square at 5 p.m. This week's show is Bonerama! As well you can drop by the New Orleans Craft Mafia. Pristine Lagniappe!

Gonzo~Will Coviello
~"Alex Gibney’s Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson is an excellent film and I highly recommend seeing it in the New Orleans Film Fest
- 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, Prytania Theatre."

Ian Anderson Meets Sarah Palin ~Adrastos

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