Army Corps of Engineers contractor not immune in flood-related suit, appeals court rules ~Mark Schleifstein
Plan to fortify 17th Street, London and Orleans canals is meeting topic Thursday~Sheila Grissett
~Editilla isn't really connecting this article with the Corps of Engineers' Criminally Negligent Homicide of 8/29/05... but well, yeah we are.
Sacramento-area levees technically fail Corps of Engineers inspections
IDA's "Doc U" Session: Harry Shearer's The Big Uneasy @ The Cinefamily 611 N. Fairfax Ave.; L.A. CA
Some Mississippi shrimpers refuse to trawl, lining up with environmentalists
~Grand Isle, BP's Ground Zero
Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana
~Blog Talk Radio
Questions surrounding massive fish kill in Venice
Gone, Baby, Gone ~Louisiana Weekly
Help for Gulf Coast Homeowners? ~bayougirl
Restoration projects announced for Gulf coast~Sun Herald
Rig workers have two weeks to apply for reimbursement
La. AG sues Transocean over oil spill
Obama administration to require all idle wells in Gulf to be plugged
“That’s NOT a tar ball, that’s A LAYER OF PETROLEUM” — “It’s in every bit of this water in Gulf Shores” (VIDEO)
~Florida Oil Spill Law
Hump Day Slabbed
Karl hits the Yucatan; two simultaneous Cat 4s in the Atlantic for 2nd time in history ~Wunderblog
Nations organize to help Haiti restore weather warning system ~GHN
HUD Releases First Comprehensive Housing Survey of New Orleans Metropolitan Area Since '05 Flood
Hurricane Ike Awakened Region to Dire Flooding Threats
Blackwater's Black Ops~Jeremy Scahill
The Extraordinary vs. the Everyday Catastrophe: Part 3 ~Archinect
~"But fundamental to the whole “Gutter to Gulf “and “Dutch Dialogues” enterprises I personally think can be traced back to one simple thing – ALL of New Orleans before the late-19th century was at or above sea level. I will say it again – at or above sea level."
Green Collaborative of New Orleans Meeting, Sept. 29, 2010 from 3-5pm
WEFTEC 2010 Just Around the Corner
~Held this October 2–6 in New Orleans, WEFTEC 2010 offers 112 technical sessions, 34 workshops, six facility tours, and access to the largest annual water quality exhibit in the world: 1,000 exhibitors covering 270,000 square feet of exhibit space.
~'Water For People's Big Easy Bash at WEFTEC
Harvest The Music!
I mean...Get Down! Get Back Up Again! Every Week!
~Lafayette Square~Sept. 15-Nov. 3~Wed. 5pm
~~PLUS CREOLE STRING BEANS
~REBIRTH BRASS BAND
~DR. JOHN & THE LOWER 911
~~PLUS TREME BRASS BAND
& THE BARBECUE SWINGERS
~IVAN NEVILLE’S DUMPSTAPHUNK
~~PLUS GOOD ENOUGH FOR GOOD TIMES
~NEW ORLEANS NIGHTS WITH ALLEN TOUSSAINT, NICHOLAS PAYTON AND THE JOE KROWN TRIO Ft.
~WATER "WOLFMAN" WASHINGTON AND RUSSELL BATISTE JR.
~~PLUS LITTLE FREDDIE KING