Wednesday, May 18, 2011

All Mississippi River flood control structures employed~Amy Wold
~15 bays at Morganza Spillway now open
~Parishes work to block bayous, canals
~Basin prepared for flooding
~High water, high school, high crawfish prices?
~RT @ Opinionated Catholic~VIDof MUDDY! Sand Boil in Riverbend Subdivision (Baton Rouge) :( Discussion here

About the Mississippi Flood of 2011: what we're saving, and for whom ~Fofalex

Flooding In Louisiana's Great Basin:
A Good Thing?~Greg Allen, NPR

PHOTOS: Wildlife flees from rising waters ~WWL
~Enforcement agents from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries responding to flooding in Louisiana captured images of wildlife fleeing water that has displaced them from their habitats.
~More Satellite images of Water in the Morganza Floodway

As floodwaters approach, many homeowners are not insured

n the Louisiana bayou, resilience trumps fear~Defend New Orleans

Natural Disasters and NASA—What Is The Agency’s Role? An Interview with Michael Goodman

~ReTweet @ ~Don't miss Unveiling of our Second Historic Plaque with Irvin Mayfield Jr. Friday May 20 at 6pm - 4902 Warrington Dr.

Three Louisiana oil claims facilities to close June 1~Alex Woodward, Gambit

Education proposal: Corporations could reserve student places, board seats in charter schools~Bill Barrow

Armed robberies multiply across Uptown ~Uptown Messenger

Street artist and NOLA Transplant 'Swoon' in June at New Orleans Museum of Art~Doug MacCash

For the Fishermen~NOLAFemmes
~Also~Please help Louisianians in the path of the Morganza floodwaters

Skip the Rapture: Eat at MiLa
~He Said/She Said NOLA

Winesday ~Blackened Out

Wednesday's at the Square: Iguranas!

Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo shines a spotlight on the Bayou St. John

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