That’s how I must describe the “Fab Four”, the look-alike, sound-alike, sing-alike unofficial-official road musical show mimicking of the real “Fab Four”, or commonly known as The Beatles.
Are you looking to invest in local companies that are strong-growth opportunities? Do you have a business that needs more capital and that might have exhausted cash availabilities?
It is no wonder that the ratings for the NFL are down this year. The league is in the midst of its worst crisis in decades as it is being hit by one scandal after another. On the heels of the disastrous way it handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse case, the league has completely mishandled the way it treated another star running back, Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings.
Louisiana business shorts news of the day: GNO NORLI leaders chosen, education level of US cities including New Orleans and Baton Rouge, and BGR's a biotech summary breakfast focused on the impact of the industry upon the New Orleans economy and breaking news from Prospect New Orleans.
We now discover just how deep was Sen. Mary Landrieu’s hand into the cookie jar by her self-revelation that over two-fifths of all her air charter travel since 2002 had some portion illegally charged to taxpayers. What’s not new is the inadequacies in her trying to explain it away.
Things are not going well for Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy these days in his race against incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, who is seeking a fourth six-year term.
The Louisiana Women and Government are holding another masterful annual event focusing upon Louisiana women’s role in government. This year, two nationally-recognized personalities will be addressing the conference, Nancy Grace of CNN and Hoda Kotb.
Tommy Boggs dies
Tommy Boggs, Washington lobbyist and son of the late Hale and Lindy Boggs and sister of Cokie Roberts is dead.
Here comes ‘da Judges.
In time for the upcoming New Orleans judicial elections and some political controversies, Politics with a Punch, will hold court Thursday September 18 at the Eiffel Society in New Orleans.
It’s interesting how six years and a comparatively inferior electoral position can change the tune of Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu as she finds out what life’s like being the underdog.