Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Chris Rose: Seeds of revolution
~Critics of the newspaper's crass and clumsy handling of this beloved New Orleans institution comprise a formidable cross-section of the region: journalists, academics, politicians, philanthropists, students, titans of industry, cubicle dwellers, clergy, entrepreneurs, members of Rex, Zulu and Krewe de Vieux.
Only one such lofty coalition has come together for such a noble and common cause in recent memory. The enemy was Katrina.
To find out who won that battle for the soul of this city's great traditions and institutions, just take a look around you.

Boycott starts against New Orleans Times Picayune, Nola.com ~Bayou Buzz

Mr. Newhouse's 'Noise'~Gambit

Louisiana Incarcerated: An Evening with Cindy Chang

Fazzio seeks a stay in his straw man campaign cash case. Takes a page out of the Calhoun playbook ~Slabbed

Scruggs Leaks Can’t Save State Farm From Katrina FCA Suit with the Rigsby gals (sub rqd) ~Y'all Politics

NFLPA outside counsel hints at exculpatory evidence disclosed by league on Monday ~Mike Florio~Hat Tweet~

Drew Brees compares evidence for bounties to evidence for WMDs

Appeals process frustrates suspended players, but NFLPA agreed to it ~WWLTV

Breaking Down the NFL's Bountygate Evidence ~Dave Cariello, Canal Street Chronicles

Does NFC title game video implicate Hargrove, Saints? ~Nate Davis

Brees contract talks stalled over Benson Tower offices ~The New Orleans Levee

Army Corps of Engineers tests floodgates, pumps ~WDSU

Houma Canal floodgate under construction ~Amy Wold, Advocate

Locals not warned of Morganza Spillway's threat again this year

Dinner Lab: Job Offering 

John T. Edge signs Food Truck Cookbook Tuesday

Don’t miss Maya’s ~INVADE NOLA

If Loving You is Wrong, I Don’t Wanna be Right: Dat Dog

Joe Krown Trio: A band born in the wake of the Flood ~Andrew Gilbert

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