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Friday round up

Local News from The Lens: Former civil district court judge Michael Bagneris raises over $200,000 in his bid for New Orleans mayor against incumbent Mitch Landrieu. Includes documents of financial […]


New Orleans circa 1940.

This is a picture that you may have seen circulating around the internet. At the advice of my internet consultant I have added an overlay of my website to give […]


Eats, shoots, and leaves.

A picture from Antoine’s Proteus Room:   And a picture of the iconic tile floor in the bar area:


Origin labeling may increase price of meat.

The country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) law requiring beef, pork, poultry, and lamb sold in the U.S. to carry information about the source of the meat was passed into law in 2002. Although […]


Somewhere on Oak Street.

The past few years have seen a newly revamped Oak Street in New Orleans. Until recently, most of my experience on Oak has been with the restaurants which are concentrated […]


Private sector solution to the U.S. post office?

The United States Post Office made a bold move reaching an agreement with for delivering Sunday mail. According to the LA Times the postal service will bring Amazon packages on […]


New Orleans ties to JFK.

Since November is the month we all remember the JFK assassination, it seems appropriate to mention Lee Harvey Oswald’s connection to the Crescent City. Oswald was arrested after distributing leaflets […]