Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Comment Bump ~American Zombie

Laying down the Hammer: Hammerman asks about what Ray Nagin knew and when in the St Pierre saga ~Slabbed

River Birch Landfill owners courted just about everyone~James Gill

Loyola Avenue streetcar project officially under way

Morganza Spillway down to only two open bays

Baton Rouge levee may reopen next week ~Amy Wold

Oil spotted in waters off Plaquemines Parish

Organizer who specialized in catastrophe conferences admits to financial disasters~The Lens

Big new artificial reef northeast of Grand Isle

Bayou Grand Caillou floodgate goes to construction

Dolphins, Turtles, Red Snapper…
and now, sand dollars and starfish
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Gulf Update: Sick Fish, Human Risks and a Federal Agency Trying to Keep the Lid on a Crisis~Stuart Smith

~New T from our friends a Dirty Coast!

Toye-ing With Fate~NOLA Defender

Slow Southern Style:
Seen on Magazine Street

~Editilla's new fav blog find! Hat Tweet

Review: On the Air
~Dalt Wonk, Gambit

The Great Equilibrium: Artist Interview with Georgia Kennedy
~Fair Folks & a Goat

Louisiana caravan heading back from Joplin, MO~"We met some special people who had a strong spirit, who shared their stories, their rebuilding process with us," Chef Greg Reggio said. "In all, we had about 1,200 to 1,400 people show up, and they ate up all that great Louisiana seafood."

Winesday~Blackened Out

Bourbon House hosts rye whiskey tasting ~Todd Price

Beers, Not Bullets: A Fundraiser for Chef Nathaniel Zimet
~He Said/She Said NOLA

New Orleans' Best Snow Balls!

Loan Signing! We're going to open a grocery store!~New Orleans Food Coop

Chophouse New Orleans to open at former Cuvee space~City Business

Opening day on Freret; Adolfo Garcia's High Hat Cafe and Ancora Pizzeria
~Uptown Messenger

Creole Tomato Salad: Mediterranean Twist From Mena’s Palace

What to do? Vieux To Do~Colleen Rush

Concerts in the Courtyard with Sunpie & the Louisiana Sunspots

PresFest celebrates 50 years of Preservation Hall
~Noah Bonaparte Pais

Tracks from Bonnaroo weekend acts
Desitively Bonnaroo, Dr. John

This 1974 slab of New Orleans funk gave the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival its name.
As a treat for the festival's 10th anniversary, Bonnaroo organizers have booked John along with Allen Toussaint and the Original Meters to re-create the entire Desitively Bonnaroo album at a late-night set this year.

Emmylou Harris Pays Tribute to Gram Parsons on New Album~Rolling Stone~On the album, Harris also sings about post-Katrina New Orleans, becoming a grandmother ("Goodnight Old World") and the death of her friend Kate McGarrigle ("Darlin' Kate").

Galactic bringing it to Brooklyn!

~Hat Tweet @~Tonight 5p at 'Wednesday at the Square' it's Galactic + Marc Stone. Grab a Purple Haze and prepare to get funked people.

1 comment:

Slow Southern Style said...

Thanks for the link guys!