Sunday, October 17, 2010

Oyster Fest is a success, but fishermen fear uncertain future~Shelley Brown
~Marty Melerine, who's been in the oyster fishing business for 30 years, said oyster leases that are open, are down about 50-percent. He said, "the oysters didn't grow. They had a stun in their growth. They didn't grow. They didn't spawn, which they didn't have any babies made so they don't have any small oysters for next year or the year after so right now it's just kind of wait and see."

Week 6: Missing Our Running Backs and Is Something Wrong With Drew?
~Cliff's Crib

Add it to Webster's book
~Our New Orleans Saints

'Who Dat' trademark fight is back
~Gwen Filosa

~ And it continues to be as excruciatingly boring as it ever was. @ The Who Dat? fight continues.

Super-typhoon ‘Juan’ reaches coasts of Cagayan

World Delta Dialogues 2010 in New Orleans Oct. 17-20, 2010-Begins Today!
~Watershed NOLA

Thoughts on Melancon Versus Vitter

USA singing for Judge Biggers ~slabbed

Judge Babier Gives BP One Week to Declare their Intentions on $75 Million Cap~Disenfranchised Citizen

Gulf: Spill data secrecy is troubling

Boudreaux might get BP in another Battle of New Orleans, Granny warns
~Poke Salad Granny

Insight: Picking up the pieces on the Gulf Coast~George Crozier

Groups challenge dispersant use, draft plan~Nikki Buskey

Sending politicians to Angola pre- emptively might scare 'em straight
~James Gill

Penitentiary’s sale trims ‘warm- blooded’ horse herd by 100
~Mark Hunter

New Orleans City Park is better than ever ~Doug MacCash

Swoon on St. Claude
~Traveling Mermaid

The Dinglerization of America

Dead 100 Years, Mark Twain Lets Loose

Too Jewish & Taken Away,
Two New Novels By Patty Friedman
~Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society

Mardi Gras Indians doc 'Bury the Hatchet' adds some color to Day 3 of 2010 New Orleans film festival
~Mike Scott

Men of Class and Sportsman's Ladies Parade Today!~Red Cotton, Gambit

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