Monday, March 12, 2012

Unlikely partners unite after natural and man-made disasters

Xavier University being transformed by influx of money following Federal Flood

Post-Federal Flood environment creates entrepreneurship hub~Also~3 water management startups to compete for capital at Entrepreneur Week~City Business

BP's Influence Peddling In Congress Bears Fruit Two Years After Gulf Spill
~Humid Beings

Blaine Kern Artists improperly received $1 million in tax credits for building floats, auditor reports

Nur's Kitchen, Covington~Nur's Kitchen has established many loyal customers through local farmers markets. You can also find these fine dishes at Covington's Acquistapaces Supermarket, Whole Foods, Langenstein's, and Springs of Life (Lee Road in Covington). Nur's Kitchen of Covington is take out. Dishes include Hummus, Tabuli, Eggplant Dip, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Lima Bean Plaki, Fresh Leeks, Spinach & Artichoke Pies, Pestos, and Feta Cheese Dip. Also, there are daily hot dishes, sandwiches and salads.

Craig Giesecke: “Local” should be more than a slogan ~Uptown Messenger

The “Bang” for Louisiana’s Film Incentive Bucks….Sucks

BZA Backs Bacchanal! City Board Clears the Way for Music to Return to Bywater Wine Outpost~

Thomas Dolby at Tipitina's ~Gambit

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