The Saints, looking for depth at offensive tackle, on Wednesday signed Jordan Black 31, 6-5, 305 who played with the Jaguars the past three seasons, and waived veteran linebacker Danny Clark, 34, a starter last season.
Saints coach Sea nP ayton said the coaching staff hasn't made decisions on how long who will and who won't play on Friday night. They met on Wednesday night to decide that.
The Dow has hit another freefall falling 540 points on Wednesday.
For many investors, Wednesday steep decline disappoints hopes that the stock market would bounce back after the bloodbath on Monday following the S & P downgrade of the United States credit.
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The August straw poll in Ames, Iowa is the first unofficial contest on the presidential campaign calendar.
Though no delegates are on the line candidates have invested tens of thousands of campaign dollars on an event that is not much more than a shameless money grab by the Iowa GOP and the Hawkeye State’s political operatives.
The straw poll has had a winnowing effect on the Republican field. Four years ago former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson and Kansas US Senator Sam Brownback’s candidacies came to an end after disappointing showings.
After S & P downgraded the U.S. credit ratings for the first time in history, many have wondered how and if this event would impact states and local municipalities.
To obtain more relevant information regarding how the downgrade might affect Louisiana, on Tuesday Bayoubuzz interviewed the Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy.
The interview is published in a two- part series.
Today, Bayoubuzz publishes Part One which follows below.
Please listen to the audio for an exact rendition of the interview.
While the Internet, social media is supposed to expedite our journeys into the future, one local New Orleans group is using Facebook to walk down the hallowed grounds of memory lane.
That group is informally called “I grew up in Lakeview did you?”
I first became aware of the Facebook group early Monday morning when I received a Facebook email from a person from too many years gone by, who started the group—Randie Ekman Porobil. She asked me to please invite anyone who “might enjoy the site”.
I hope you enjoyed our annual Satchmo SummerFest and our Satchmo Club Strut and the crowded White Linen Night in the Warehouse District. They were a lot to fun.
Wednesday was another one of those days that I wish I had a clone. I worked at Casell Gallery and was invited to the New Orleans Museum of Art to watch the fabulous new show called “Art.” I was also invited to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s monthly network meeting at Algiers Point for Fiesta Latina, and also that night, was Opera On Tap at the Inn on Bourbon Street as part of the Satchmo SummerFest!
"It's been an amazing ride," said Ricky Williams on WQAM in Miami. "I want to apologize for any hearts I broke. Hopefully, I was able to amend for that these last couple of years."
LIONS GUILTY OF TAMPERING? Pro Football Talk writes that the Lions engaged in tampering with Williams last season.
With the U.S. debt and credit rating crises playing out on the national stage and with Louisiana elections taking shape this fall, Bayoubuzz turned to Louisiana political poster, Bernie Pinsonat of Southern Media And Opinion Research (SMOR) to take the room temperature of the Louisiana politics, elections, Mary Landrieu, the national debt issues, President Obama, Governor Jindal, the Tea Party, Edwin Edwards and other issues.
If S&P rated the Louisiana Democratic Party, would their rating be anywhere near investment grade?
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