Mountain Home Music to Host Cajun Fiddlers Michael and David Doucet on Saturday

Monday, 27 July 2015 22:49 Written by
Michael Doucet Get ready to treat your musical taste buds to something a little more zesty than your usual mountain fare. Michael Doucet, the consummate Cajun Fiddler, will bring his spicy sounds to Joe Shannon’s Mountain Home Music on Saturday night at the Harvest House Performing Arts Venue in Boone. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Special guest will
Jeb Bush: ‘I’m a joyful tortoise’ in long, acrimonious race
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:39 Written by
Repeat after Jeb Bush: He is not angry. Not even a tiny bit. Florida’s Republican former governor is happy — joyful even. And campaigning throughout Orlando Monday the merriest of presidential candidates reminded supporters over and over again that he is nothing like some of his churlish counterparts in the GOP primary. “Here’s the deal: I don’t have anger in my heart,” he told about 200 people at a community center in Maitland Monday evening.…
Venice International Film Festival Names Juries to Join Presidents Cuaron, Demme and Constanzo
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:38 Written by
By Anne Thompson | Thompson on HollywoodMon Jul 27 18:11:28 EDT 2015 The 72nd festival's three international juries include Elizabeth Banks, Pawel Pawlikowski, Diane Kruger and Paz Vega. 0 00 Daniel Bergeron for IndiewireAlfonso Cuaron The three juries at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival (September 2-12, 2015) are: the Venezia 72 Competition; The Orizzonti; and the
How Students Are Using Balloons and Kites to Map Pollution Around New Orleans
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:37 Written by
So, backed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, Lippincott and Amanda Fisher, a curriculum developer for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, created four hands-on lesson plans about coastal wetlands, which they posted online and are now tweaking to meet Louisiana’s education standards. Students make clay models of wetlands and observe the impacts from simulated canal cutting, dredging, and subsidence from oil drilling operations. They also grow bean sprouts, coat some of them with oil,…
Counsel: Mull closing half of prison
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:34 Written by
Photo by Sarah Pagones -- Tangipahoa Sheriff Daniel Edwards AMITE — Closing half of the parish jail might be the signal Tangipahoa Parish government needs to send if the sheriff continues to demand reimbursement for expenses the parish does not legally owe, the parish’s special counsel advised Monday. The parish government and Sheriff’s Office have been at odds for months over how certain jail expenses
On Ethiopia Visit, Obama Focuses on Terror Fight Against Al-Shabaab
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:33 Written by
President Obama has begun a two-day visit of Ethiopia, the first sitting United States President to visit the East African country. During talks with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn Boshe, the world leaders reportedly emphasized the need for further cooperation between the countries when it comes to combating radical Islam. “We have discussed a range of issues related to cooperation on security and peace-building in the region and on the pivotal role the
Mother, 4-year-old child die after head-on collision in Plaquemines
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:30 Written by
A mother and her 3-year-old child died Monday afternoon (July 27) after a head-on collision in Plaquemines Parish, according to State Police. The car crash occurred about 2 p.m. Monday on Louisiana 23, about four miles south of Myrtle Grove,
Top 10 New Orleans Saints to watch at training camp: No. 4, Brandon Browner
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:26 Written by
We continue our series at No.4 with Brandon Browner, a trick the New Orleans Saints pulled out of their hat in free agency. Head coach Sean Payton and GM Mickey Loomis worked their magic to sign Browner, who could potentially help transform the club’s cornerback tandem into one of the NFL‘s most dangerous, with him starting alongside Keenan Lewis. The Saints kick off training camp Wednesday, and Brandon Browner is one the team’s
Didn’t You Hear? Housing Projects Are The Answer To Everything In New Orleans
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:26 Written by
Gentrification is pretty much ruining New Orleans, according to some New Orleans City Council members. Of course, we are paraphrasing, but that seems to be the sentiment among City Council members like Latoya Cantrell and Susan Guidry. Because so many areas like St. Roch, parts of Mid-City and the Downtown area are gentrifying, the City Council is worried that there will not be enough “affordable housing.” Now, “affordable housing” is just a glorified word choice…
NOFD monitoring an intensifying marsh fire in eastern New Orleans
Monday, 27 July 2015 22:14 Written by
The New Orleans Fire Department is monitoring an intensifying marsh fire in eastern New Orleans. The fire has "somewhat" intensified since officials began monitoring it Friday night, and there is a "light haze" of smoke on Highway 11, between the levee and the merger for I-10, according to the NOFD. The fire about 1.5 miles south of I-10 between Irish Bayou and Lake Pontchartrain on private land inaccessible to a fireboat. Louisiana State Police
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