Complaints high against NOPD officers
Retweet @skooks~43 years ago today they shot a man at a union rally http://tinyurl.com/3gpshsd
Surely not – the “new normal” on Mississippi’s post-Katrina Coast ~slabbed
Lawyers try to make a fool out of an engineer, get pie on face ~Nola-dishu
$62M in disaster funds for homeownership proposed
So which is it…BP drills again or no? Permits or no? Vitter’s an idiot or no?
BOP investigator admits to fault in model used in forensic examination
Rule lets tuna off the hook
Volunteers sew quilts for Japan
Wow! Check out all the places in NOLA that you can bring your dog!
Naming the Carpetbagging Promoter
Going to Bragtown
~Jill of All Trades ~Hat Tweet @charlotteAsh
~Liuzza’s on Bienville in Mid-City, co-owned and operated by New Orleans native Michael Bordelon, is the quintessential neighborhood place. Since 1981 Mike, his mother, sister and other family members have provided locals and tourists alike with great food and great company. Like many Mid-City businesses, Liuzza’s was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina, sustaining over nine feet of water. Michael’s vision and sweat restored the restaurant from the ground up and brought back this great New Orleans establishment. Tragically, on February 5th of this year as Mike headed home after work, he was involved in a violent car crash. Friends, family, co-workers, and customers are all praying for Mike’s recovery, but want to do more. To that end, The Taste Buds are hosting a fund- raiser of festival proportions, showcasing Louisiana Seafood, local music, and our own brand of fun. Titled LiuzzaPalooza 2011, proceeds from the event will be used to pay for Mike’s rehabilitation and expenses related to his hospitalization.
French Quarter Fest Better
~He Said/She Said NOLA
~Hat Tip~Blackened Out
With Words and With Pretty: Super Sunday 2011~Benjamin Morris