Saturday, June 4, 2011

In South Dakota, some blame Corps for flood threat~"I think they screwed up royally," former Gov. Mike Rounds said of the Corps, as he moved some possessions from the riverbank house he and his wife built and moved into after he left office in January. "I think they forgot their No. 1 mission, and that's flood protection."

~Hat Tweet @ am now Webmaster of our brand new site. (My son Stanford is Web Designer.) Loving it, but new at this. Suggestions?

~Hat Tweet @ the Pun~ in Baton Rouge tonight for 5 Bucks!

Corps alleges it has completed levees around St. Bernard Parish

Water receding in most areas of Cenla, but some evacuees remain in shelter
~Alexandria Town Talk

The Red Snapper…what am I supposed to make of this?
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Our wetlands: World's greatest disappearing act~Nikki Buskey

Tax Fairness Commission delivers suggestions for New Orleans tax system

12 revelers charged in dustup with NOPD over 2nd-line Mardi Gras parade

~I remember when this happened, June 4-5th, 1989 Anti-Democracy Crackdown

Team Freeland would like a word: Chooses Patsy Brumfield to respond to the Oxford allegations ~Slabbed

UMC - City Council Caves, Financial Uncertainty Rages On

Welcome to the LOUISiana Digital Library ~The LOUISiana Digital Library (LDL) is an online library of Louisiana institutions that provides over 144,000 digital materials. Its purpose is to make unique historical treasures from the Louisiana institution's archives, libraries, museums, and other repositories in the state electronically accessible to Louisiana residents and to students, researchers, and the general public in other states and countries. The LOUISiana Digital Library contains photographs, maps, manuscript materials, books, oral histories, and more that document history and culture. We hope that you find the items in the Digital Library as diverse and interesting as the people and places in Louisiana. ~Hat Tweet @humidbeings

Samedi: The Two Jeans (Part II)

From pleasure gardens to neutral grounds, author Lake Douglas reveals New Orleans' 300-year romance with its landscape~Judy Walker

The National WWII Museum Unveils New $3.2 Million Restoration Pavilion

"504Paws" at Mimi's Sunday afternoon

New Orleans Oyster Festival and WYES Beer Tasting today in Nola

Who loves a mojito? Well... Editilla!
~He Said/She Said NOLA

N.O.'s best Cuban restaurants?

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