Tuesday, 20 September 2011 10:03
Louisiana Lt. Governor Dardenne Featured On Politics With A Punch
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Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne headlines Politics with a Punch Thursday along with an all-star cast this Thursday at the Eiffel Society.
Jay Dardenne 

Politics With a Punch, “which is funnier than laughing gas” is a local “Politically Incorrect” that is now in its 9th year which is emceed by radio talk show host, Jeff Crouere and which was founded by Bayoubuzz publisher and attorney, Stephen Sabludowsky.

The full cast is:

Gregg Reggio, Owner of Zea’s Restaurants
Glynn Boyd, Emmy Award Winning Reporter, WGNO-TV
Jay Dardenne, Lt. Governor of Louisiana  
Trixie Minx.
Fleur de Tease Burlesque Star
John Osterlind, WRNO 99.5 FM Afternoon Talk Show Host
Al Scramuzza, Iconic Star of Seafood City TV Spots, 1826 No. Broad
J.D. Sledge, Headline Comedian

Punch is held at the beautiful Eiffel Society, 2040 St. Charles Avenue.


With the fall elections beginning, the presidential race in full swing, the political battles over the economy, taxes and jobs, Garland Robinette mired in a landfill, the outrageous Betty Jefferson sentences, the Saints, and LSU there will be plenty of great topics. As always, it will be a Prime Time for Punch!


Doors open at 6 p.m. for happy hour, delicious dining and socializing. The show starts at our usual time of 8:00 p.m.

During Punch Happy Hour, we are honored to present the incomparable Armand St. Martin, the “Piano Man” who will entertain us in his unforgettable style. 




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Tickets are only $15.00 per person/$25.00 per couple. To PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE ON-LINE or learn more about Politics with a Punch, visit our website: http://www.ringsidepolitics.com

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