Corps 'official' spits, says work 'oughta' hold a while~The New Orleans Levee
~Satirical writing class with Levee editor Rudy Vorkapic
Miss River dredging budget may be cut by $22 Million ~Richard Thompson
LSU keeps eye on marsh~Amy Wold
~Editilla still gotta'Axe~ What Would Ivor Say? WWIS?
20th Anniversary of Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act ~Gambit
Out of Crisis, Opportunity
~Clancy DuBos, Gambit
"Kickstart" this idea: Signage Depicting Imaginary Building Uses In NOLA ~YatPundit
Oil spill still a problem in Plaquemines
BP, despite stock going up, dragging its feet on claims, La. officials say
Oil and dispersant “PERMANENTLY restructured” coastal areas in Alaska — “Much, much smaller” amount than in Gulf (VIDEO)~Florida Oil Spill Law
~Editilla By the Waylas~ Thanks for the Hat Tip!
Oil Spill's Size Swells
~Chemical & Engineering News
Cappy Goes Up in a Basket
~Special Thanks~ Oil Drum
Architects render the future of work in New Orleans
~Newsweek has published an audio-visual view of the "Future of Work" in three American cities: New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans. They asked three architectural firms in each of the cities to answer the question, "What will our cities look like in 2030?" The plans for New Orleans by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, Perkins+Will, and Mathes Brierre offer exciting answers to the question.
~Editilla Recommendellas~Please do follow these very cool animations.
Revenue Estimating Conference won't have much time to challenge figures
Mardi Gras as we know it is endangered ~NOLAFemmes
"Check, please." "Cash only."
~Kevin Allman, Gambit
Sunday's Second Line Parade: Family Ties ~Gambit
~Editilla Relaxellas, Congrooviates~ It's OK, Gentle'rillas.
We can all calm down now. Apparently Big Red Cotton just couldn't get her password into the NEW AND IMPROVED GAMBIT WEBSITE THINGY (<:>) But Big Chief Allman assures us that our Lustrous 2nd Lioness ain't going no where, and will be right back at Gambit this week. Whew says I!
Voice of the Wetlands festival aims to make some noise for Louisiana's national treasure~Laura McKnight
~Locals and visitors can enjoy the cultural bounty of Louisiana's wetlands as Houma blues musician Tab Benoit again showcases local music, art, food and hospitality in efforts to gain attention and aid for the fragile coast.
“It's our rally. It's our cry for help,” Benoit said of the upcoming Voice of the Wetlands Festival, which draws thousands to bayou country each year.
The 7th Annual Voice of the Wetlands Festival is scheduled from 5 to 10 p.m. Oct. 8; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 9; and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 10 on the grounds of Southdown Plantation, 1208 Museum Drive, Houma.
Numbers: Migrations, From Birds to Whales to Humans~Hat Tweet~oceandog
"Pooka's Poppies", acrylic on watercolor paper, 14 x 11" ~Polly Jackson
University of Mississippi Press these days is all about Jazz!