Thursday, June 14, 2012

Chris Rose: End of story ~It was, indeed, a day of infamy at the Times-Picayune, a once great and proud institution which descended into sudden, bumbling cannibalism this week; it's managers ordered to dismiss their loyal troops while the paper's owners, from Advance Publications in New York, monitored from a distance.

'A Morning Ritual': New Orleans Fights For Its Paper ~NPR 
~A kayak used by Times-Picayune photographer John McCusker to cover the Federal Flood is displayed at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., in 2010. McCusker, who worked for the paper for 25 years, is being laid off.

Crawfish & Clams: New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints talk joint practice

Lombardi’s con job~C.B. Forgotston

Coastal zone changes implemented

The Trinity River levees and the Corps of Engineers – Shades of Linda Blair’s headspin in the Exorcist

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