Tuesday, November 9, 2010

All roads lead back to Jefferson Parish ~slabbed~Also~Rut Roh! Its double trouble Gretna style. An update from the pig pen.

Charlotte Sometimes~moosedenied

NOPD feels love from council
~Matt Davis, The Lens

The Incarceration Capital of the US
~Jordan Flaherty

Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority East considers 1.09-mill tax increase ~Sheila Grissett

Everybody’s talking about Levees.org’s most recent interview

Doctor: “Dead people don’t talk, dead people don’t sue, dead people don’t tell the truth, and dead people don’t bother BP”~Florida Oil Spill Law

Louisiana Seafood Stand in New Orleans Arena~NewOrleans.com

Opening of oyster grounds delayed
~Amy Wold

I am Elephant, hear me roar ~dakinikat, Sky Dancing

~"Ready", acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12" $250~Polly Jackson

2010 Challenge: Kanno Gumbo
~Blackened Out

5 Reasons Restaurants #Fail at Social Media~Edward Branley, Yatmedia

Po-Boy Preservation Festival Needs Volunteers (11/14) ~NOLA'hoods

NOIR Fest IV~Gambit~Organizational efforts in the inherently aloof realm of independent music may seem a Sisyphean enterprise, yet the New Orleans Indie Rock (NOIR) Collective has managed to make two new-music showcases into annual events: Foburg, a Frenchmen Street takeover that debuted in March with more than 80 native and visiting artists on the rise, and NOIR Fest, which focuses on a few nascent area bands lined up on the runway.

Charmaine Neville, Hot 8 Brass Band, Dread Prez headline free 'green' concert~Maria C. Montoya

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