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King Portrays Hurricane Katrina Victims As Helpless, Reliant On Handouts

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) Thursday smeared the victims of Hurricane Katrina as helpless and reliant on handouts as compared to the hardiness and self-dependence of his own constituency. “Here’s what FEMA tells me: ‘We go to a place like New Orleans and everybody’s looking around saying, who’s gonna help me, who’s gonna help me?’” King said at a town hall in Charter Oak, Iowa. “They’re just always gratified when they come and see Iowans take care of each other, so that’s a point of pride that spr...
Tags: News, Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, Steve King, Kate Riga


Source: Longtime Vikings returner Marcus Sherels agrees to deal with Saints

Marcus Sherels, one of the longest-tenured Vikings players, is moving on from Minnesota. Sherels, a free agent, agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Saints on Thursday, according to a league source. The 31-year-old returner is the third ex-Vikings player to sign with New Orleans this offseason, joining running back Latavius Murray and guard Nick Easton. Sherels became an NFL survivor and locker room favorite since going undrafted in 2010 out of Minnesota. He almost instantly grew into one of ...
Tags: Minnesota, NFL, New Orleans, Latavius Murray, Ameer Abdullah, Saints, Vikings, Everson Griffen, Marcus Sherels, Sherels, Holton Hill, Longtime Vikings, Minnesota Sherels, Nick Easton Sherels


Court reverses nearly $1.5M oil spill award to ex-NBA star

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal appeals court says former NBA star David West is not entitled to a nearly $1.5 million award stemming from BP’s 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Court records show West submitted a claim under the terms of a settlement BP entered after the spill to avoid prolonged litigation with […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Nation, Nba, New Orleans, Bp, Gulf of Mexico, David West


Successful Aging: I retired and realized I have too few friends and too much stuff

Q. I recently retired for the second time as a health-care business owner. Here is what is hitting me: Many friends have become ill, some have passed away, and neighbors are moving into retirement communities or areas close to their children. In wanting to downsize, I am going through papers, photos of vacations and even old boyfriends – so many memories of my past. Add to that my daughter tells me she is not interested in my things, that they are my memories, not hers. I find this all depressin...
Tags: New York, Germany, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Ikea, New Orleans, Helen, Marie Kondo, Kondo, Elizabeth Stewart, Buysse, Helen Dennis, National Association of Senior Move Managers, PBS Next Avenue, Mary Kay Buysse


‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Production Diaries: Five Dollar Fridays and the Girl Gang in Chapters 6 and 7

Remember when Peter Jackson gave fans an unprecedented look behind the scenes at the making of King Kong with his online production diaries? That was something that was a great influence on the creation of /Film, and we’re very excited to see that director Kevin Smith is going to chronicle the making of his latest film, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Today, the filmmaker launched The Road to Reboot, a series of videos that will be released on YouTube to give fans an in-depth look at the making of a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, New Jersey, Sequels, New Orleans, Bob, Louisiana, Stan Lee, Smith, Peter Jackson, Jay, Kevin-Smith, King Kong, Harley Quinn Smith, Milly, The Road


Preferred Hotels & Resorts Launches I Prefer Members' Choice Awards

Preferred Hotels & Resorts - the world's largest independent hotel brand representing more than 750 distinctive hotels, resorts, and residences across 85 countries - today unveiled the winners of its first-ever I Prefer Members' Choice Awards. These new awards celebrate hotels worldwide that are best-of-the-best in delivering high quality standards and exceptional, personalized experiences to members of the brand's I Prefer Hotel Rewards program, as determined by votes collected from I Pr...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, New Orleans, Monteleone, Scotts, Pulitzer Amsterdam, Netherlands Royal Plaza


Soul Serenade: Danny White, “Can’t Do Nothing Without You”

For every musician who becomes a household name, there are hundreds, probably even thousands who toil in clubs for many years, getting a whiff of success every now and then but never quite climbing that ladder to the top rung. At some point they must realize that they are never going to get there and yet, they toil on, maybe because they love music or maybe because it’s the only thing they know. Danny White was born and raised in New Orleans. After serving in the Army in California he returned t...
Tags: Music, California, Washington, Army, New Orleans, Gulf Coast, Memphis, White, Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Miller, Stax Records, Steve Cropper, Reed, Cavaliers, Porter, Frisco


Oxford English Dictionary adds new entries: chuddies, jibbons and fantoosh

An Indian English word for underpants joins a host of Scottish insults after the dictionary crowdsourced regional termsEnglish speakers from around the world have flocked to help the Oxford English Dictionary expand its coverage of regional vocabulary, with a new update including suggestions such as jibbons, chuddies and sitooterie.The dictionary launched its Words Where You Are appeal to the public last year to mark the 90th anniversary of the completion of its first edition. The regional vocab...
Tags: Books, Culture, New Orleans, Reference and languages books


Hopkins leads Texas Southern past New Orleans 95-89 in OT

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Justin Hopkins had a career-high 20 points as Texas Southern beat New Orleans 95-89 in overtime in the first round of the CIT on Wednesday night. Jeremy Combs had 19 points for Texas Southern (22-13). Devocio Butler added 15 points. Jalyn Patterson had 14 points for the road team. Butler hit […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, New Orleans, Hopkins, Texas Southern, CIT, Justin Hopkins, Jeremy Combs, Devocio Butler, Jalyn Patterson


Fournier, Gordon lead Magic to 119-96 rout over Pelicans

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Evan Fournier scored 22 points and Aaron Gordon added 20 and the Orlando Magic routed the New Orleans Pelicans 119-96 on Wednesday night. Terrence Ross had 19 points and Nikola Vucevic added 15 points and 17 rebounds for Orlando, which won its third straight. New Orleans played without All-Star center Anthony […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, New Orleans, Magic, Orlando Magic, Anthony, Orlando, Nikola Vucevic, Orlando Fla, Terrence Ross, Aaron Gordon, Evan Fournier, Fournier Gordon


Changes in Bread Baking I've seen over 50+ years

Changes in Bread Baking I've seen over 50+ years Submitted by msneuropil on March 20, 2019 - 1:33pm.  The Hole Truth! I grew up in Texas but live in the Pacific NW now. I was raised on home canned foods,hanging beef, and fresh slaughtered pigs, fresh baked baking powder biscuits and cornbread daily, but my family didn't bake yeast breads hardly ever unless it was salt rising (go figure). I of course loved it when visiting someone's Mom or Granny's farm that made yeast bread...al...
Tags: Texas, Germany, Canada, New Orleans, Baking, Heidelberg, Julia Child, Ginsberg, Pacific NW, Rye Baker, Ortiz Village Baker


Chief says he’s sorry for post but won’t concede it’s racist

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Louisiana police officer who was suspended without pay after sharing a racist image on Facebook in 2017 has since become police chief of his small town. And he says he’s developing social media policies that would result in termination for officers who make similar mistakes. Wayne Welsh was assistant chief […]
Tags: News, Ap, New Orleans, Louisiana, Wayne Welsh


6 Event Marketing Tips From The Facebook Live Team

As with everything else that takes place live, Facebook Live moments can be an unpredictable beast, and using the tool successfully means being prepared for mishaps and pitfalls. Here we look at six essential tips from the from the Facebook Live team. _______________________________ Guest post by Ronnie Higgins of Eventbrite You’re backstage before the show when you see your headlining band horsing around. “This is a Facebook Live moment,” you think. You whip out your iPhone, queue u...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Diy, Marketing, Social Media, Music Industry, Guest Post, Indie, Musicians, New Orleans, Facebook Live, Music Business, Live & Touring, Musician, Mardi Gras, Facebook Page


Down Range Radio #614: Report From The 2019 Tactical Conference

This week Michael recaps Tac-Con 2019 in New Orleans; plus, some thoughts on analyzing risk. Down Range Radio – Podcast Episode #614. Scroll down for reference links on topics discussed in this episode. Disclaimer: The statements and opinions expressed here are our own and may not represent those of the companies we represent or any entities affiliated to it. Host: Michael Bane Producer: Marshal Halloway More information and reference links: The Michael Bane Blog Michael Bane on Facebook Sh...
Tags: Podcast, Texas, Featured, Guns, New Orleans, Michael, Second Amendment, John Murphy, Michael Bane, Self Defense, Down Range Radio, Personal Defense, Shooting Sports, Gabe White, Lee Weems, Facebook Shooting Gallery Online SGO


Best Places to Travel for Your 21 Birthday Celebration

Congratulations, you’re finally turning 21! Your 21st birthday is a milestone where you officially reach the legal drinking age. An occasion of this magnitude requires grand plans! It’s not surprising that most people want to live it up and celebrate their first boozy birthday in a memorable manner. And there is no better way to spend your big day than to go on a birthday getaway. Birthday trips offer unique memories and ensure that your birthday celebrations last longer than one day. Espec...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Florida, Hollywood, La, America, Barcelona, San Diego, New Orleans, Sony Pictures, Cuba, Mediterranean, Santa Monica, Napa Valley, Napa River, Duval Street


Injuries have hurt Wolves, but awful defense has hurt just as much

Welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Cooler, where the truth cannot be controversial. Let's get to it: *The impact of injuries on this Timberwolves' season is undeniable. Robert Covington hasn't played since late December, a stretch now of 34 games missed. The Wolves went 12-10 when Covington was in the lineup after he had been acquired from the 76ers. They are 15-19 since he last played. Injuries to several point guards at once derailed any momentum the Wolves had a couple months back. Now a...
Tags: Colorado, Russia, Angels, Arizona, New Orleans, Derrick Rose, Orlando, ROBERT Covington, Star Tribune, Timberwolves, Golden State, Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson, Covington, Tom Thibodeau, Thibodeau


Slow travel...

Last year, when I drove down to Shawnee, Oklahoma for the EDP class, I did the drive as one long marathon haul. I blew out of Indy in the pre-dawn darkness, with the sun coming up about Terre Haute, and rolled into the Holiday Inn Express parking lot with a bit of glow left on the western horizon.That was only 740 miles, and the run to New Orleans for Tac-Con this year (well, actually Westwego, just on the far side of NOLA) was another hundred miles further than that.I decided that I was about s...
Tags: Guns, New Orleans, Blog Stuff, Holiday Inn Express, Tam, NOLA, Cullman, Westwego, EDP, Zoom zoom, Cullman Alabama, Shawnee Oklahoma


Former churches turned into bars

Historic churches are already some of the most gorgeous structures in the world. Recently, a select few have been turned into something even more beautiful — bars. Don’t worry, it’s not sacrilegious. These churches have been deconsecrated, so they’re simply regular buildings with stunning architectural designs at this point. The conversion is a win-win for both the churches and the bars. Official estimates list the number of church closures at around 4,000 a year, and new tenets are keeping ...
Tags: Travel, UK, England, Church, US, New Orleans, Dublin, Denver, Pittsburgh, All, Gulf, Cincinnati, Taft, DUBLIN Ireland, Cincinnati Ohio, Nellie


Lions sign wide receiver Tommylee Lewis

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — The Detroit Lions have signed wide receiver Tommylee Lewis. Lewis spent his first three NFL seasons with New Orleans, playing in 34 games. He has 20 receptions for 252 yards and two touchdowns. He has also returned 36 punts and 24 kickoffs. Lewis had three catches last season. Lewis went […]
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, New Orleans, Detroit Lions, Lewis, Allen, Tommylee Lewis, Tommylee Lewis Lewis


Sun Belt tabs Atlantic 10 official as new commissioner

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Sun Belt Conference has named Atlantic 10 Conference associate commissioner Keith Gill its new commissioner. The conference said Tuesday Gill will become the first African-American commissioner of a Football Bowl Subdivision conference. Gill was a four-year letterman in football at Duke and has worked in athletic administration since 1995 for […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Atlantic, New Orleans, Duke, Gill, Keith Gill


A Week In Orange County, CA, On $30 Per Hour

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a marketing manager working in consumer goods who makes $30 per hour and spends some of her money this week on First Aid Beauty moisturizer.Occupation: Marketing ManagerIndustry: Consumer GoodsAge: 29Location: Orange County, CAIncome: $30/hourPaycheck...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Netflix, Reddit, New Orleans, Kardashians, Stassi, Orange County, Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, Levi, Kristen, Sephora, Elizabeth Holmes, Lakers, Thompson


The SBC Will NEVER Fix the Problems in the SBC

We discuss a lot of issues about what has gone wrong in the SBC. When I first started blogging, we were still experiencing minimal growth and we could argue that while we are not exactly in our halcyon days when the SBC was busting at the seams, we were not doing as badly as “those guys.” That bubble has burst. We’ve had nearly a decade of consistently poor statistical reports revealing declines in most of the numbers we care about. We’ve had systemic divisions over soteriological viewpoints and...
Tags: Religion, New Orleans, Nashville, Jesus, EC, Kansas City, Christ, Richmond, Louisville, Jesus Christ, Lifeway, Golden Gate, SBC, ACP, Executive Committee, ALPHARETTA


Rush to Irrelevancy?

The CD changer in the Zed Drei's trunk crapped out years ago, and the cassette player in the head unit followed it shortly thereafter.There's so much wind noise at highway speeds that getting a new stereo hasn't been high on my priority list, anyway.Therefore I listen to the radio, and that means I just keep it tuned to NPR. It's not a good audio environment for music, so that means talk radio.I suppose I could listen to right-wing talk radio, but I prefer to be lied to polysyllabically.Driving ...
Tags: Politics, Mississippi, Guns, Alabama, Kids These Days, New Orleans, Npr, Blog Stuff, Tam, Tuscaloosa Alabama, Hattiesburg, Rush Limbaugh, Bread And Circuses


2 rescued, 1 missing after Louisiana tug capsizes

MYRTLE GROVE, La. (AP) — The captain of a tug boat is missing but two crew members were rescued after the vessel capsized in the Mississippi River in Louisiana. The U.S. Coast Guard says the Seattle Slew overturned near Myrtle Grove downstream from New Orleans around 8 p.m. Monday. Petty Officer Brandon Giles told news […]
Tags: News, Nation, New Orleans, Louisiana, Mississippi River, U S Coast Guard, La AP, Seattle Slew, MYRTLE GROVE, Brandon Giles


Ancient Inscription Points to Lost Temple of Unknown God in Yemen

A 2,000-year-old bronze tablet from Yemen, has engraved writing that mentions a lost temple dedicated to a god named "Athtar Ḥarmān," a deity whom scholars have never heard of before.Written in the Sabaic language, in a text known as Sabaean, the bronze inscription reads:"Ilīmataʿ and Khabīʾat, the two servants of Khawliyān offered to Athtar Ḥarmān, the owner of Bana, with a tablet of bronze, their sons and those he will add, for their salvation" (translation by Christian Robin). [Cracking Codic...
Tags: Science, Colorado, California, United States, New Orleans, Dodge, Yemen, Robin, Bana, National Centre for Scientific Research, International Council of Museums, Shibam, AFYA, Khawliyān, Athtar Ḥarmān, Christian Robin


Facebook Users Picked Up Their Cigar Box Guitars and Jammed to Classic Rock in February

Facebook users were feeling musical in February, as cigar box guitar and classic rock were both Topics to Watch for the month, according to Facebook IQ. Conversation about cigar box guitar and associated topics New Orleans, string instrument, Samantha Fish, slide guitar, pickup, electric guitar, blues, ukulele, acoustic guitar, guitar and bass guitar was up...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, New Orleans, Social Pro Daily


Justices grant four new cases (Corrected)

The Supreme Court issued orders from last week’s private conference. The justices added four new cases to their docket for next term and asked the U.S. solicitor general to weigh in on two more cases. The justices also rejected an appeal from a Georgia death-row inmate who alleges that one member of the jury that convicted him was biased against the inmate because of his race. In Kansas v. Garcia, the justices will review a ruling by the Kansas Supreme Court that reversed the convictions of Rami...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington, Virginia, Court, Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, United States, Social Security, New Orleans, Kansas, Louisiana, Corrections


Justices grant four new cases

The Supreme Court issued orders from last week’s private conference. The justices added four new cases to their docket for next term and asked the U.S. solicitor general to weigh in on two more cases. The justices also rejected an appeal from a Georgia death-row inmate who alleges that one member of the jury that convicted him was biased against the inmate because of his race. In Kansas v. Garcia, the justices will review a ruling by the Kansas Supreme Court that reversed the convictions of Rami...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington, Virginia, Court, Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, United States, Social Security, New Orleans, Kansas, Louisiana, Patterson


Best doughnuts from around the world

Food isn’t, and never has been, limited by borders or boundaries. The things we eat travel as we do, flying across oceans and into the cultures and diets of their new homes, adapting along the way. But there may be no single food item that’s made its way into every corner of the world quite like the doughnut. Fried dough has been consumed for long enough to be found as fossilized pieces at ancient Native American sites. These days, it’s everywhere in one variation or another. In fact, forms o...
Tags: Travel, Japan, California, Mexico, France, Germany, New York City, US, Spain, Canada, Ireland, Nepal, Italy, New Orleans, North America, Latin America


Whicker: Here’s one very bustable NCAA tournament bracket

These NCAA tournament picks should go viral. If so, get plenty of rest and fluids: FIRST FOUR: Prairie View over Fairleigh Dickinson: At the home of Steve Alford’s final NCAA tournament game (probably). Arizona State over St. John’s: Back-to-back First Four trips is a dubious honor, but this time ASU gets it right. N.C. Central over North Dakota State: NCCU coach LaVelle Moton’s son VJ idolizes Larry McKnight Jr., to the point where he wanted to do his Black History Month project on him. Belmont...
Tags: Florida, Texas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Maryland, Minneapolis, Montana, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, Sports, LSU, Tech, Georgia, Sport