Monday, 16 August 2010 09:33
Louisiana, New Orleans Political Comedy Punch This Week
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Louisiana And New Orleans Politics and comedy--at its best.  It’s that time again--local political theater with an attitude.  

This Thursday August 19 you can watch the zany and the witty, "Politics with a Punch"
At the Blue Room--Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans


Featuring:

Jonah Bascle, Comedian and former candidate for Mayor of New Orleans

Joseph Cao, U.S. Congressman, 2nd District

Leslie Jacobs, Founder of Educate Now, Executive Vice President of Strategic Comp, Co-Chair of NOLA Business Alliance

Anne Milling, Founder, Women of the Storm

Ronal Serpas, Chief, New Orleans Police Department

Frank Stansbury, Owner of LaFete News

Larry Baron, Comedian


Produced by Stephen Sabludowsky and Jeff Crouere


Jeff Crouere is the emcee of this “political incorrect” panel discussion of the hottest, zaniest and most important issues of the  day.  Call 504-669-6076 or 504-339-3254


Last Punch was SOLD OUT and people were unfortunately turned away due to the overflow audience, so get your ticket now.   


Yes, get your Tickets Now
Call or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Special starting time 8:00   Doors open at 6pm
More information at ringsidepolitics.com

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