Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Wisner heirs battle City in Civil Court ~Andrew Vanacore, New Orleans Advocate

Judge Engelhardt’s Danziger ruling points toward a possibly far wider scandal ~Mark Moseley, The Lens

University of New Orleans gets $750,000 in federal grants for transportation research projects ~The Republic, AP

Girlfriend of Lee Harvey Oswald to Make RareAppearance in New Orleans for JFK Assassination 50th Anniversary
~Judyth Vary Baker the author of ME AND LEE: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, is making her first appearance in New Orleans in more than a decade to discuss her intimate relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald and why she believes he is not the killer of President John F. Kennedy. She will be joined at the one-day symposium exploring the 50th anniversary of the assassination’s events linked to New Orleans with Louisiana reporter and author Todd Elliott, whose book A Rose by Many Other Names, explores the link between Eunice resident Rose Cherami and the JFK assassination. Ms. Rose was picked up by authorities 48 hours before the assassination and was the first non-public investigation into the murder.

St. Tammany leaders make new push for surge barriers ~Sarah Pagones, The Advocate

Marketplace: Can Dog Food Made From Nutria Help Louisiana's Wetlands? ~WWNO

Saenger to host free concert by Gracias Choir

Kermit Ruffins Announces Weekly Gig at Little Gem Saloon ~M.D. Dupree, NOLA DEFENDER

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