Wednesday, April 30, 2008


Red Arrow in Field, Baton Rouge LA 2008 from Bayou's Edge
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An article in The New York Times today highlights the progress being made to educate the children in post-Katrina New Orleans:

Friday, April 25, 2008

Walk the Walk , talk the talk

David Laidler at Klompching Gallery May 3, 2008
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and book signing

Saturday May 3rd, 1pm

David Laidler — Assignment Director, Aurora Select Assignment Agency, will be in-conversation with William Greiner about FALLEN PARADISE. A book signing of the accompanying limited edition book will follow.

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111 Front Street, suite 206 Brooklyn NY 11201

Friday, April 11, 2008


Kitchen Mural on Truck, Baton Rouge LA 3/2008
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New Orleans should focus on rebuilding, not conspiracy theories
New Orleans residents are casting a wary eye on activity going on in Baton Rouge, says Business Report Executive Editor JR Ball. Efforts to establish an economic development corridor along Interstate 10 and Interstate 12 are seen as trying to wipe out the city.
"Here’s a thought: Instead of conspiracy theories, New Orleanians could focus on saving their once wonderfully charming and historic city," Ball says. Read the column here. Send comments to

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Expect the unexpected

Broken Tree , Baton Rouge LA 3/2008 from Bayou's Edge series
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Hurricane Experts Predict a Dangerous Season
Hurricane experts are predicting another dangerous season this year and say they have improved their forecasting methods after two years of dire forecasts that didn't pan out.
The Wall Street Journal , By Stephanie Chen 4/10/08

Thursday, April 03, 2008

GPS The Road Home!!!

H O M E , Baton Rouge LA 3/2008
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Road Home efforts to recover overpayments will not create hardships
by David Hammer, The Times-Picayune
Tuesday April 01, 2008, 8:03 PM

State officials say the Road Home program will not be allowed to go after homeowners for grant overpayments until a government panel reviews each case, and the head of the Louisiana Recovery Authority promised that compassion will be used in any reclaiming of grant money.

LRA Executive Director Paul Rainwater sought to assuage fears of Road Home recipients Tuesday after weekend reports that the Road Home contractor, ICF International, planned to hire a collection agency or similar firm to reclaim money from some homeowners.

The collection effort, scheduled to last a little more than a year, isn't expected to affect the overwhelming majority of grant recipients.