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Monday, 31 October 2011 12:24
John Young, Kristin Palmer Headlines Politics with a Punch Thursday In New Orleans
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Over the river and through the woods they will come for November’s Politics With a Punch, a political-comedy panel discussion showcasing, the good, bad and the bizarre elements of life in Louisiana and in New Orleans.  The next Punch will be head Thursday November 3 at Eiffel Society on majestic St.  Charles Avenue.  

 Appearing this month will be the following panelists:

Tee Ray Bergeron, Comedian
Dr. Gerry Cvintanovich, Jefferson Parish Coroner-Elect
Kristin Palmer, New Orleans City Council District C
Scoot in the Morning, Radio Personality
Mike Theis, Entertainer
John Young, Jefferson Parish President
Allan Katz, Host of Louisiana Newsmakers

 

Politics with a Punch is the local version of "Politically Incorrect." It is a fast-paced, free-wheeling, no-holds barred discussion of what is happening in the area.  The Punch panel draws plenty of laughs and insights as they discuss the controversies and the outrageous antics of our local leaders and scoundrels.

We are excited to announce that our next show is the third one of our 10th season and will be held at the beautiful Eiffel Society, 2040 St. Charles Avenue .

The doors open at 6 p.m. for Punch Happy Hour as the Eiffel Society bar will offer a delicious menu of specialty drinks. Dining will be available. The Eiffel Society is located at 2040 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans.  Armand St. Martin will entertain the crowd with his special brand of keyboard-stroking and singing those local and favorite tunes.

Punch is co-produced by attorney and Bayoubuzz publisher, Stephen Sabludowsky and Jeff Crouere aided by Jimmy Delery.  Crouere serves as the emcee.

Tickets are only $15.00 per person and $25.00 per couple.  
 

 
 

To attend, RSVP by sending an e-mail to Stephen Sabludowsky or Jeff Crouere. You can also purchase tickets in advance on-line website:

 

POLITICS WITH A PUNCH ONLINE TICKET STORE

 

For more information, call 504-669-6076 or 504-339-3254.


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