Friday, March 25, 2011

Hogs for the Cause, Pig Fun comes to City Pork!
~Retweet @ @ is tomorrow at @... Pork, Love + Rock-n-Roll

The Disneyfication of New Orleans: The French Quarter as Facade in a Divided City~J. Mark Souther ~Big Hat Tweet to lunanola

The New Zorro~Cenlamar

I Just Want To Say That You're A Good Man~Cliff's Crib

Prison workers protest
~Michelle Millhollon

Today is Grand Jury day for the Jefferson Parish Council ~slabbed

Feds open probe into Plaquemines Parish government~Lee Zurik

Feinberg fights back? An answer to his answer to the Strange letter…
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Dolphin samples leaving Coast

Anglo-Suisse named officially responsible for spill

Waggonner & Ball selected to develop Water Management Strategy

Attend RTA's Public Meeting on Rampart/St. Claude Streetcar
~Transport for NOLA

New Orleans students learn, eat during visit to urban 'micro-farm'

Nominations Due for 2011 New Orleans 9 Most Endangered Sites List~PRCNO

Lo the Irony for Pumps Manufacturer
~Todd McGee knows all about floods. The Fort Myers-based company McGee owns with four partners, D&D Machine & Hydraulics, manufactures giant pumps for flood control. Its pumps have been installed around New Orleans, for example. So you can imagine McGee’s surprise when he discovered his company’s headquarters on Metro Parkway in Fort Myers is now located in a flood zone.

‘Hole-in-One’ Cat Bonds Are Top Asset Eluding Quake’s Grasp

Louisiana HBPA case of fraud, conspiracy divides horsemen
~Ryan Goldberg, Daily Racing Form

Swamp Monster! ~Riverside Nola

Mahalia Jackson Theater unveils new season

French Quarter Fest Food: Our Essental Guide~He Said/She Said NOLA

New Patties Beef Up New Orleans’ Burger Scene~Anne Berry

Payton’s ‘Bitches’ a nod to Davis
~Dave Hoekstra

"Industry Influence" hip-hop networking event to launch weekly TV show~Alison Fensterstock

Hugh Laurie says goodbye to acting (temporarily) as he launches a music career with his first ever performance

NOLA Pyrate Week Kicks Off Tonight With A Pyrade!

Second line Sunday: Revolution Second Line~Red Cotton, Gambit

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