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Tim Whitmer set to be arraigned in New Orleans federal court
Edwin Edwards out of ICU~WWL
Island left out of coastal plan~Amy Wold
~“It’s like telling people living there, ‘You’re not worth saving. It’s just not cost-effective to save you.’ ” Chris Chaisson, 28, of Pointe-Aux-Chenes, regarding the state’s plan for coastal protection and restoration
~Also~Prophetic words from those who have been forced to decide whether to stay and face more flooding or leave for higher ground.
Gulf Coast Environmental Destruction Highlighted By BP Oil Spill
More Oil Spill Obfuscation~John McQuaid
With trial pending, BP asks judge to cull experts
Something fishy about New Orleans Arena naming rights?
Bible-thumping on Bourbon Street at night barred by ordinance
The Beet Goes On ~Blackened Out
The Sweet Science: King Cake Death Match 2012 Final Lineup
~He Said/She Said NOLA
More celebrities added to Krewe of Orpheus
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Mardi Gras Indians: The Times-Picayune covers 175 years of New Orleans history
~In June 2005, Allison “Tootie” Montana of the Yellow Pocahontas, one of the most revered big chiefs, was speaking at a special New Orleans City Council meeting to discuss a St. Joseph’s night incident between Indians and police. Montana, 82, was standing at the podium surrounded by other Indians, recounting run-ins with the police that went back years. “I want this to stop,” he said, and then suffered a fatal heart attack and fell to the floor. While a police captain and bystander tried to revive him, the chiefs, Indian queens and spy boys began to sing the perfect tribute:
“We are Indians, Indians, Indians of the nation; wild, wild creation.
We won’t bow down, down on the ground.”
Uncover the mystery of Mardi Gras Indians
~Big Red Cotton, New Orleans.com