Louisiana Real Estate A French Influence

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Obviously, Louisiana had a rough year in 2005 with Hurricane Katrina. The state will recover as will Louisiana real estate. Louisiana Louisiana has obviously been in the news because of the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. To say the entire episode is a tragedy is to understate the obvious. Louisiana is a state that has […]


Looking For A Fundraising

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The pushover premise is somewhat prevailing – a diverting bedtime where adults can groove on useful music and great food while letting their hair down with some outrageous costumes and the requisite major bead necklaces. Getting even now You’ll need a big pound auditorium with break for potent piece or at least a DJ booth. […]


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My transcriptionist lived in New Orleans until August 28, 2005, the day before Hurricane Katrina hit. She and her boyfriend and their four cats evacuated with two cars full of valuables and art and ‘irreplaceables’. They rode out the storm in Tennessee in a pet friendly hotel. Eight weeks later they arrived in Portland after […]


Jazz As Dance

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While few people understand the true origins of Jazz as a music form, fewer people still understand the origins of jazz as a style of dance. Jazz is very much a fatherless child. More than that however, jazz as music and dance seem to have many mothers despite the fact that they have no father. […]


The History Of Poker Games

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Poker has a mysterious past and cannot be definitely traced to a certain point in the history of card playing. It resembles a Persian game, which went by the name of NAS and may have been brought to the states via sailing ships the anchored in New Orleans. French Canadians who came down to New […]


Building New Orleans Schools From The Ground Up

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Even before Hurricane Katrina New Orleans Schools suffered from a lack of teachers, run down facilities and failure to meet state and national guidelines. Since the devastating storm those problems are compounded. As students and families trickle back into New Orleans Schools, those in leadership roles must provide all the necessities to educate the current […]


From Work At Home Guitar Teacher To Full Music School

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Andrew James Hymel is the owner, proprietor, and music director of Andy Hymel School of Music in Gretna, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans. It is a success story that has blossomed from one man’s dream of music education into a consortium of teachers and students who strive for excellence and value the importance of […]


What S New In New Orleans Schools

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Nearly two years ago, in the fall of 2005, Hurricane Katrina ravaged her way through New Orleans. Not only were homes, families, businesses, and business owners drastically affected by the storm, so were the students, teachers, staff, and administrators of New Orleans Schools. Prior to the storm, student enrollment in the New Orleans Schools system […]


New Orleans Schools Reach Out To Parents

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The unsuccessful state of public schools in the nation is epitomized by the devastation of the city of New Orleans and the New Orleans Schools. Inner city and racial achievement gaps that had been ignored before Hurricane Katrina were impossible to ignore once the districts had to be rebuilt. The biggest challenge in rebuilding the […]


New Orleans Schools Are On The Mend

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New Orleans Schools are, for the first time, reporting improvement since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city. In fact, many of its numbers are actually better than those before the hurricane. New Orleans Schools have improved in many of the key benchmarks that students, parents, and community members look at when assessing the strength of a […]


Delta Force To New Orleans

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If you are wondering why the United States can send troops around the world, but failed to respond to a domestic emergency in a timely manner, you are not alone. Expect the lack of planning for emergency relief, in the aftermath and devastation left behind by Hurricane Katrina, to be the subject of a federal […]


Charity Auction Hits Timely Note For Musicians

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Thanks to the efforts of two award-winning musicians and the support of an internationally known maker of fine time-pieces, a symphony of support has been created for the musicians of New Orleans. Shortly after witnessing the devastation caused in New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina, Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis created an organization called the […]


Celebrate Fall In New Orleans

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Looking for a full roster of fun things to do for your next autumn getaway? Come to New Orleans, where something is happening every day. Here is a sampling of fall events in New Orleans. * Art for Arts Sake: This free citywide “gallery hop” on Oct. 1 marks the opening of the city’s fabulous […]


New Orleans Louisiana Usa

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In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina smashed into a heavily populated part of the USA, specifically the city of New Orleans in the state of Louisiana. The city was ruined. Over 1,100 people died. Known as the “Crescent City”, the city of New Orleans, in the US state of Louisiana, had a population of just under […]