C. Kirsham Artwork by Ricardo Pustanio
All photos by Harriet Cross.
~All Saints Day sacred for local Catholics day of the dead, For Catholics worldwide, November 1st, known as "All Saints Day," is a holy day of obligation.
But in New Orleans, it's an occasion that is met with slightly more fanfare compared to other places around the world.
All Saints Day also bears significance for the New Orleans area for another reason. On November 1, 1966, the NFL awarded an expansion franchise, later named the Saints, to the city.
MR-GO closure agreement is signed by corps, state
DISCLAIMER! WARNING! BAT SIGNAL!
Saving Energy In a Return to New Orleans's Lower 9th Ward
Displaced by Katrina, unsure of Election Day
La. hurricanes turn Medicaid deficit into surplus
MS Commissioner Bends Over:
State Farm did not violate law
~Commissioner Mike Chaney said in a news release that he is "very aware that not everyone will be pleased with the conclusions reached in the report."Safe as houses?
"I believe it is a very evenhanded report that helps identify problem areas for the insurance industry’s response to the devastation caused by hurricanes and other natural disasters,” Chaney said.
~Joe Sam Owens on Commissioner Chaney:
“If I didn’t know he was the commissioner of insurance, I would have thought he worked for State Farm.”~slabbed
Hope City's hope for Katrina victims is about to end
Apogee Celebrates Artistic Excellence in New Orleans
~The Apogee Foundation has rolled out its international programs to discover, develop and celebrate American artistic excellence with a month of educational events, awards and concerts in New Orleans. Hat T'n'T-ejazznews.