This week on Continuum Milton Scheuermann and Thais St. Julien present a live recording of a recent Musica da Camera concert about Love. The music is of diverse places and times and includes selections by medieval composers Petrus de Cruce, La Comtessa de Dia, Guillaume de Machaut and, of course, the ubiquitous Anonymous. The program is from the Musica da Camera's CD, Love Is Where You find It, Belle Alliance BA007.
Early voting for the Dec. 6 runoff election begins this Saturday, Nov. 22, and continues through Saturday, Nov. 29.
Early voting locations will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. However, polling locations will be closed Sunday, Nov. 23, and will also be closed Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler's office is urging people to vote early.
City Park, New Orleans. Scene showing "lagoon" (remainder of the mostly filled in Bayou Metairie) crossed stone arch pedestrian bridge. Ducks swim in the water. Above are live oak trees draped with Spanish moss.
A landscape architect is trained to design everything outside of a building- where pedestrians flow, where plants grow, seating, parks, playgrounds, sports fields, etc. Everything outside of the building is ‘landscape’. This work includes the manipulation of spaces like grading and terrain modeling. The idea is to create outdoor spaces for people to use.
HOW it relates to green stormwater management and infrastructure:
JoAnn Clevenger grew up in a strong Baptist community in northern Louisiana and eventually found her way to New Orleans. She worries that without a central place to call their own, the bohemians and small business owners of the French Quarter will be ousted from the historic neighborhood.
JoAnn Clevenger had never even heard of Mardi Gras until she moved to New Orleans in the late 1950’s. She dropped out of Tulane to care for her mother and then moved to the French Quarter shortly thereafter. At that point in her life the jazz clubs, restaurants and literary circles she hung around weren’t like anything she’d seen.
JoAnn Clevenger remembers the bohemian community of New Orleans' French Quarter in the 1950's and the 60's.
In our continuing series showcasing P3+, the satellite program of the Prospect Three New Orleans Biennial, highlighting this year’s art community, Sharon Litwin talks with artist Brandan Odums about his ambitious project transforming a blighted apartment complex on the West Bank into an extraordinary artistic statement.
This cultural programming, featuring Prospect 3 plus work, is underwritten by the lawyers at the Lugenbuhl firm, with offices in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Houston, in support of the arts of the Gulf South.
Republican Senate candidate Bill Cassidy has picked up an unlikely endorsement, WWL-TV reports. A Louisiana pro-marijuana group is supporting the congressman's bid to unseat Mary Landrieu.
A spokesman for the Louisiana Cannabis Industry Association, Jesse McCormick, says the endorsement comes down to Cassidy’s support for medical marijuana. Mary Landrieu rejected it during a debate before the primary, but Cassidy, a doctor, said he would be open to it.