Tuesday, December 21, 2010

It's Christmas time in New Orleans (in my best Louis Armstrong voice)
~Crescent City Ramblings

~Hat Tweet~

HANO moving forward with scattered- site demolitions~Ariella Cohen
~Also~Empty since Katrina, 233 HANO units will be torn down

~In this handout photo provided by NASA, a total lunar eclipse is seen behind the Washington Monument as the full moon is shadowed by the Earth on the arrival of the winter solstice, on December 21, 2010 in Washington, DC. It is the first lunar eclipse that has coincided with the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, since 1638. (Bill Ingalls, NASA via Getty Images)

~Photo Composite by Matthew Hinton / The Times-Picayune, a total eclipse of the moon is seen in this composite of seven photos on the date of the winter solstice by the center spire of the St. Louis Cathedral beginning at just after midnight before becoming totally eclipsed around 2 am in New Orleans,

Corps' Vicksburg facility tests device designed to plug broken levees

Louisiana, New Orleans Census, Population Takes Hit Again
~Jeff Crouere, Bayou Buzz

Stay Classy, David Vitter
~Daily Kingfish

USF, Coast Guard and Feinberg…Who You Wanna Believe?
~Disenfranchised Citizen

asks "Whatever Happened to the Gulf Oil Spill?"~Alex Woodward


Drake Toulouse said...

Bryan Walsh from Time? What happened to the oil spill? You should probably make your proctologist appointment because apparently I shoved it a bit too far up your ass...


Jazz Music said...

This is pretty amazing with the lunar eclipse that coincided with the winter solstice since the 1600s. That's remarkable. We usually don't think of these things so thanks for bring this to light.