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christmas-districtIt might not snow much in New Orleans.  And Santa gets hit later than elsewhere USA because we are so Deep South—far from the cold winds and reindeers of the North Pole.

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It’s footbowl time in New Orleans.

Well, football and bowling to be more precise.  And time for all businesses to do something nice.

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 We’re two days from Thanksgiving and one month from Christmas.  Tis the season to get Merry.  To help us, here are some press releases concerning  special holiday events:

 

DDD-ChristmasDDD's Canal Street Lighting

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smoke-stinks1HOLY SMOKES!

Thursday November 20, New Orleans will be smoking!  Or perhaps, not.

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new-orleans-tourismBusiness news for today: New chemical production in St. Charles Parish, NOLA Christmas, Fat City Fest, New Orleans ranked 23rd, Art Business in DDD, more..

Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal and Executive Vice President Dale Plante of Momentive Specialty Chemicals Inc. announced the company will construct a new chemical production facility in St. Charles Parish and upgrade the plant it currently operates in Ascension Parish. The plant expansions, representing a capital investment of $66 million, will increase Momentive’s production of formaldehyde for use by nearby chemical plants in the manufacture of other products.

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 Shrimp gumboAccording to the Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) report, there is a great divide, segregation and inequality in the US Restaurant Industry which is seen in cities Chicago, Detroit and New Orleans.

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tp-team Despite the long history of the Times Picayune in New Orleans, the management of the newspaper continues to show utter disrespect for the people they claim to represent. 

The latest blow occurred this morning with the news that the Times Picayune will soon end print operations in New Orleans. 

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CRIME-SCENE For years liberals like New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu have been advocating programs such as midnight basketball as ways to reduce crime. Supposedly, young people with no ambition, moral values or job will be turned away from crime by the opportunity to shoot hoops. It sounds ridiculous, and, of course, it does not work, but the program helps the liberals feel good about what they are doing to fight the crime problem in New Orleans.   

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Optimized-new-orleans-sky Louisiana business shorts for today:

Water conference in New Orleans,  kind-of-sad Louisiana (39th in happy state), West Jefferson Hospital has heart, Covalent Logic…here are the media releases

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 ringoSimply Fabulous.

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.

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