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All Things N. O.
10:21 pm
Thu October 1, 2009

All Things N.O. 10-01-09

New Orleans, LA – Poppy Tooker, cabaret singer Andrea Marcovicci, Reid Wick from the Recording Academy

Arts & Culture
3:18 pm
Thu October 1, 2009

Art For Arts' Sake Kicks Off This Weekend

New Orleans, La. – New Orleans' Visual Arts Season Comes Alive With Gallery Openings Citywide. It Also Marks A Milestone For Artist Jose Torres Tama And His Exploration Of New Orleans Free People Of Color AT The Ogden Museum.

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Arts & Culture
2:51 pm
Thu October 1, 2009

Cabaret Queen Andrea Marcovicci Sings Movies

New Orleans, La. – Andrea Marcovicci celebrates the romantic musical language of films at Le Chat Noir, October 1-4, 2009.

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Where Y'Eat
2:05 pm
Thu October 1, 2009

Taking School Lunch Back to the Drawing Board

New Orleans, LA – It's pretty hard to find lunch for under $5 these days. But thousands of New Orleanians are getting their midday meal for about a buck.

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WWNO News Reports
11:29 am
Thu October 1, 2009

Walking Path Completed in Gentilly

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WWNO News Reports
10:22 pm
Tue September 29, 2009

Chinese Drywall Plaintiffs Take Aim at Recovery

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WWNO News Reports
8:56 pm
Fri September 25, 2009

Jury Decides in Favor of Trailer Companies

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Where Y'Eat
9:51 am
Fri September 25, 2009

Pret-a-Marche : Market Baskets

Many farmers markets, supermarkets, and even farmers themselves are branding their shopping experience with ecological tote bags.
Photo courtesy of marketumbrella.org

New Orleans, LA – From the ethic of reuse and recycle to the fair trade baskets from West African villages, farmers markets shoppers are expressing their personal ethics be they political, practical, or fashionable with the bags and baskets of their choosing:

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WWNO News Reports
8:53 pm
Thu September 24, 2009

Fugitive Sweep Nets Arrests

New Orleans, La. – The 10-week sweep for fugitives in the region was called Operation Big Easy. Six state and local agencies joined in the program coordinated by the federal marshals. Officials say 432 fugitives were caught in the sweep. U-S Attorney Jim Letten said the marshals office has been especially effective since Hurricane Katrina.
Among the fugitives now in custody are 20 people wanted for murder, 20 for armed robbery, and more than 100 sex offenders.

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WWNO News Features
5:16 pm
Thu September 24, 2009

Music National Service pilot project begins in NOLA

New Orleans, LA – Music National Service (MNS) is a new social enterprise that supports and expands the use of music to meet important civic and social goals. A pilot project has begun in New Orleans and WWNO's Paul Maassen spoke with Founder/CEO Kiff Gallagher and Sonja Robinson, Project Director in New Orleans.

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