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blackout-bowlThere is a great deal of whining going on down in the Crescent City over the loss of the 2018 Super Bowl. Many New Orleanians who were part of the bid process felt they were far and away the front-runners to host the big game for the 11th time. After all, the year would be the city’s 300th anniversary.

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superdome-darkIn a press statement released on its website today, Entergy New Orleans announced the cause of the now infamous Super Bowl 47 blackout which caused half of the Superdome stadium to be without lights.

 

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landrieu-press-superbowl-webcastDespite growing criticism by some of the blackout that marred what appears to be a near-perfect Super Bowl week by the City of New Orleans, Mayor  Mitch Landrieu, area leaders, Super Bowl and city officials put their best face forward praising one another for a job well done.

 

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super bowl 2013Media’s spotlight on New Orleans despite Super Bowl light show

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celebrate-superWhat a score for Louisiana, New Orleans, and Jefferson Parish!  Super Bowl XLVII was a super hit.  The game was spectacular, halftime was incredible, and the fans who visited our great city were well pleased by their experiences. 

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john kennedyTreasurer John Kennedy’s assumed gubernatorial candidacy took a hit last week with an incident that goes against the narrative he has tried painstakingly to create and, worse, feeds the one that has kept him from advancing beyond this one and only elective office he ever has held.

 

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