Wednesday, November 17, 2010

New Orleans Saints license plate agreement near~Ed Anderson

Guilbeau: Defense has Saints poised to make run at repeat title
~Special thanks Hard Knocks Sports for XLIV Lombardi Trophy Photo --and their solid prediction of Possible Greatness Again for Our New Orleans Saints!

Louisiana isn't charging manufacturers enough for air-pollution inspections, environmentalists say
~Mark Schleifstein

TEDxNOLA - Harry Shearer - Water and Creativity

~BTW~Richard Thompson Taps Harry Shearer for Tour of the Underworld

Sewerage alternatives outlined by the Corps~Daily Iberian

CWPPRA 20th Priority Project List (PPL) Public Meetings

Water Resources/Coastal Project Manager - New Orleans, LA

Plans to Hike Ethanol in Gasoline Irk Some Gulf Residents~Susan Buchanan

BP would never sacrifice safety for profit: a metaphor
~Disenfranchised Citizen

Oil industry pushes panic button over Gulf of Mexico environmental review
~Facing South

Oystermen fear rush to spend BP dollars~John Snell, WVUE

Louisiana Oyster Processor AmeriPure Back in Operation

Groups studying jail size may continue work past deadline
~Matt Davis, The Lens

~Ariella Cohen from The Lens talks budget:

Probing the death of New Orleans
police Officer Lawrence Celestine
~Times-Picayune editorial

~Hat Tweet~

People Movers~Alex Woodward

Fifty Years Ago
~Adrastos, First Draft

Quantitative Easing explained by cute little bears~Library Chronicles

A little home cookin’ – FBI Agent on trial in (where else but) north Mississippi! ~slabbed

Wednesday Reads
~Dakinikat, Sky Dancing

~ American Pie Party~Good Mornin' America & Happy Hump Day! Today's Humping Pie Party Adopt-A-Blog-rrr: @

Deadly late-season Atlantic hurricanes growing more frequent
~Jeff Masters, Wunderblog

Weeklong supercomputing conference opens in New Orleans ~Xinhua

Microsoft flexes muscles at Supercomputing 2010 conference in New Orleans

Wine Dinner at a Mano, Beajolais Nouveau, and a SAVvy Affair
~Blackened Out

New documentary revisits 'New Orleans Restaurants With a Past'
~Dave Walker

Signposts in a Strange Land
~Matt Robison, Morning News

~“The luck of New Orleans,” Walker Percy said, “is that its troubles usually have their saving graces.”
Matt Robison
gathers seven authors and scholars to discuss writing in the Big Easy, from Early Times to Katrina clichés.
~Hat Tip~ fwriction

Words and Music Festival
~Jamie Carroll, Gambit

Enough Is Enough: A Rally/Candlelight Vigil tribute for Messy Mya this Friday at 4pm~Red Cotton

Henry Butler profiled in documentary about blind photographers
~Defend New Orleans

~New Orleans, 1860s

Fats Domino and Dave Bartholomew honored at Rock n'Roll Hall of Fame's American Music Masters event
~Alison Fensterstock

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