Saturday, September 24, 2011

Due to the Nature of this blog, we cannot express our Repugnance of Republicans extorting our nation's Disaster Aid Funding

Superdome's destruction, aftermath made for emotional return for workers

~Editilla Whodatellas~This video can still make me cry.
If we're not at the dome, it's Vaughn's.

Learn from mistakes on public housing: James Perry

Team Trout Point begins another PR offensive: The Halifax ChronicalHerald covers the Trout Point Lodge Trip Advisor warning about Lodge ~Slabbed

Really, can Obama get anything right in the Gulf?~Disenfranchised Citizen

"Floating Islands" experimental project aims to protect marshes ~Nikki Buskey
~Also~Louisiana Indians get a new road, new 'islands' ~Cain Burdeaux
~ISLE DE JEAN CHARLES, La. - Hope that their way of life will be saved is dimming among the American Indians who live on this ribbon of land in coastal Louisiana, a place of golden marsh, alligators and exotic birds that has been torn apart by hurricanes, oil drilling and the Army Corps of Engineers. <--Thanks Cain!

Coliseum Square Park Sees Birth of a Muse ~NOLA DEFENDER

Street Fare Derby celebrates these visionary vendors, of New Orleans and beyond, operating out of bars, delivery-only establishments, borrowed kitchens that transform weekly from breakfast joints into gourmet burger establishments, and food trucks. It’s an exciting time to explore the new, the unusual and the highly creative and always delicious mobile food possibilities. As evidenced by such TV shows as The Great Food Truck Race and Eat St., you have probably noticed that the street food craze is sweeping the nation as a fun, delicious and affordable option to the traditional sit down restaurant. New Orleans is following this trend and what better city to explore alternative dining option than ours, right? Those new and familiar to the New Orleans street food scene will be able to threaten edible options all in one place. 12 Noon!

~Hat Tweet @humidbeings~RT New Orleans celebrates poets for change today, 4pm at the little park on Esplanade near Fair Grinds.

Happy 50th Birthday, Wynton Marsalis! --Swinging Into The 21st

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