- Shrimp-Peeling and De-Heading
- Duck Calling
- Orange Eating
McBride: Sanitation "Audit" A Sham~We Could Be Famous
Louisiana’s been Obamafied ~dakinikat, The Confluence
Black Ministers Inject Race Into New Orleans Bill Jefferson Election ~Jeff Crouere
Official says debris problem piling up~Scott Dyer
Permitting Requirements for Isolated Wetlands
~The December 2008 guidance is based upon the agencies' evaluation of more than 18,000 jurisdictional determinations and review of more than 66,000 public comments. The revised guidance defines protected waters as those that are determined to be navigable-in-fact by the courts, are currently being used or have historically been used for commercial navigation, or could be used for commercial navigation in the future.
Storm Victims Seek Class Action Over FEMA Trailer Fumes ~Katy's Exposure
Washington Monument: Better Late Than Never~Symon Sez
The Real Bill Ayers
Donated books reach La.
~About 2,500 new and gently used books shipped from Bethalto, Ill., to New Roads arrived on Thursday, the latest gesture of good will in a cross-country partnership the two schools forged after Hurricane Gustav.
A Wise and Gentle Soul
The Subdudes brings New Orleans sound to Sellerville
Idea for band stems from legendary musicians
~Michael F. Vinning
The topic of this history making special is “SAVE AMERICA’S MUSIC” and it is designed and dedicated to raise funds that go directly to Louisiana musicians and entertainers, as well as to multi-cultural musical educational facilities and medical groups to assist in the efforts to restore the culture and heritage of the great state of Louisiana, the source of America’s music.
The beneficiary of these funds is the NEW ORLEANS SOUTH AFRICA CONNECTION (NOSACONN, INC.), a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that was formed in 1998 by the internationally known Batiste family, one of Louisiana’s oldest musical families, with a history going back for over 50 years.
Special thanks~National Republicrat
Concord Records to Release the Soundtrack for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
~all about Jazz