Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Mardi Gras, meet the new Administration
~Lunanola, NOLAFemmes

Who's Rolling Tonight?
Shoe Time! Krewe of Muses 2011 Theme Revealed~Nola Defender

A remembrance of (non)Endymion past
~Liprap's Lament

So, was it a “Doomsday Plan” or a plan for doomsday? SLABBED reports, you decide!~As it turned out, there was a lot Aaron Broussard didn’t tell – and what he did tell often conflicted with what Jefferson Parish Emergency Management Director Walter Maestri told plaintiffs’ lawyers in a deposition taken for the “pump flood” case.

Is anyone in the market for a Louisiana prison?~James Gill

Coastal residents report oil spill’s lasting effects~The Lens

Projected coastal land loss dramatic
~Amy Wold
~Also see~Scuttlebutt from LaCoastPost
~and~this from WWL

Mississippi River Diversions Workshop Tackles Difficult Scientific Questions

Improved tracking key to solving dredging problem

Job Title: Master, Towboat

Oil-spill-worker health study begins this week
~Nikki Buskey

Petition for Long/Short Term Health Care For Gulf Coast Communities Effected By The BP Oil Spill
~Louisiana Bayoukeeper

Ken Feinberg sued and so far, turned down~Disenfranchised Citizen

BP Owns Almost Half of Recently Approved Deep-Water Well

Dear Gambit~The Chicory

A Farmer’s Market Triathlete Interview, Swim Philosophy and Coconuts~eatmenola

Sammy's Deli~Blackened Out

~Retweet @ This needs to be on the foodie radar:

New Orleans king cakes continue to push the edge~Bret Anderson

NOLA Mardi Gras History: Mardi Gras Marching/Walking Clubs
~Edward Branley, GO NOLA

Mardi Gras Mask Market, March 5-7
~New Orleans on the Cheap

Red Beans and Rice Lundi Gras Parade!

An evening with Carlo Ditta, John Sinclair and The NOT SO SUPER SUPERHEROES~Humid Beings

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