Tuesday, 31 May 2011 09:44
Louisiana, New Orleans Comedy: Kennedy, Nungesser, Roberts, Cannizzaro To Punch
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Politics With A PunchNo doubt, politics will be on our minds—big time—this Thursday as New Orleans’s "politically incorrect" panel discussion, Politics With A Punch brings in June, comedy and controversy.

The next “Punch” will take place Thursday June 2 at the beautiful Eiffel Society, 2040 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans.

Doors open at 6 p.m. for Happy Hour and for networking.  From 6 to 8, Armand St. Martin will entertain us on the keyboard with his unique brand of New Orleans and Louisiana music.  The show begins at 8 p.m.   You will be able to order light Appetizers and Hors d'Oeuvres.

Our outstanding panel for the event will include:

Leon Cannizzaro, District Attorney of New Orleans

Jimmie Jenkins, Jr., Comedian

John Kennedy, State Treasurer

Yvonne Landry, Comedian

Travers Mackel, WDSU-TV Channel 6 Reporter and I-Team Member

Billy Nungesser, Plaquemines Parish President

Chris Roberts, Jefferson Parish Councilman-at-large

Tickets are $15.00 per person/$25.00 per couple and can be purchased at www.RingsidePolitics.com

For more information, call Jeff Crouere at #504-669-6076 or Steve Sabludowsky at #504-339-3254.

Politics with a Punch was the brainchild of Steve Sabludowsky, who co-produces the event along with Jeff Crouere, who also serves as emcee.

Reserve your seat in advance and don’t forget to tell your friends about this month’s super Punch.

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