Friday, June 8, 2012

This will go on all season long ~Library Chronicles

More with Morstead: Saints Punter Recaps Day 3 of Mini-Camp

Saints Nation: Chronic Podcast - Surprise Call Sean Pamphilon Edition

Thoughts on The Lens’ role in covering the TP, and a quaint look back

Profits aren't the only consideration for newspapers ~CNN Money~By this "stumble-footed decision," Advance has revealed that it doesn't "understand the New Orleans market," writes Harry Shearer in a column for the Columbia Journalism Review. "You can't care about what you don't understand." Shearer, the political satirist, actor, radio host, and New Orleans resident, believes that since newspapers are unique in the First Amendment protections they enjoy, their owners "owe a little something back -- perhaps a calm acceptance of a lower profit margin than could be attained, say, in the car-leasing business."

BioDistrict New Orleans proposes 1.5% construction impact fee ~New Orleans City Business

Be willing to make New Orleans better: James Cullen

BP fine funds tied by politics

A Tech Buildup on the Bayou

A Decision Analysis of Options to Rebuild the New Orleans Flood Control System

Exquisite Corps plans to chop down Idaho man’s $14,000 treehouse

Rice Mill Lofts: a haven for divorced people who love ironic graffiti ~Lauren Laborde

A Mythical Bayou’s All-Too-Real Peril: The Making of ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’

New Orleanians Sue Vaccaro and Wendell Pierce are Tony-nominated producers

Ralph Brennan's New Orleans restaurants putting booze in the news ~Brett Anderson

Cheese Whiz: Sarah Kaufmann at Rouses ~He Said / She Said NOLA

Cajun music and Creole tomatoes~WWL

The Last Nights of the Music Box

The Flaming Lips to play New Orleans and Baton Rouge on June 28 ~Gambit

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

New Twist Of Fate: Vilma's Lawsuit Brought Goodell To A Screeching Halt ~Saints Tailgate
Don't Be A Pamphilon, Bro ~Who Dat IndigNation

New Orleans Saints linebacker Scott Shanle explains rewards for 'cart-offs,' says NFL has blown things out of proportion
New Orleans' Most Prominent Do Battle For The Times-Picayune ~Micheline Maynard
Speedier wetlands work by Army Corps of Engineers is suggested by state coastal officials ~Mark Schleifstein

Developer takes issue with new rules regarding wetlands impact ~New Orleans City Business

Chris Rose: Questions for a parent in New Orleans

What are your experiences with the Recovery School District's OneApp Enrollment System?

Tales of the Cocktail announces its 10th anniversary poster!

Meet Sean McCusker, The Man Behind Sylvain ~Food Republic

Tiger Bites: Food and Love Beneath the Oaks ~James Cullen

The Radiators: One Year After the Last Watusi ~John Swenson, offBeat

The Music Box, Noah Bonaparte Pais on this week's activities at the Bywater installation