New Orleans Jazz Fest for 'Treme' fans: Sunday, May 5 NOLA.com Connie Jones, featured in season three in a duet with Tom McDermott, and his Crescent City Jazz Band open the Economy Hall Tent at 11:15 a.m.
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WWL First News New Orleans ' cultural economy generates $3.2 billion in sales, mayor's report says NOLA.com New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Thursday issued his annual report on the economy surrounding the city's culture, including culinary, entertainment and artistic enterprises. The study found 32,453 people worked in cultural fields in 2012, up about 2 … Landrieu reports on New Orleans cultural economy amid Louisiana Film industry ..
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WWNO Paying tribute to the late Bob French at the New Orleans Jazz Fest NOLA.com Tradition was triumphant in the New Orleans Jazz Fest Economy Hall tent Saturday afternoon, (April 27) as drummer Gerald French and the Original Tuxedo Brass band plus a trio of female vocalists paid tribute to well-known New Orleans drummer and … Festival Review: New Orleans Jazz Fest 2013 – Weekend One Consequence of Sound EUR on the Scene : 44th Annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Eurweb.com all 8 news articles
New Orleans Jazz Fest: Chris Owens shakes up some nutty fun NOLA.com Glittering Bourbon Street queen Chris Owens served up an hour of nutty fun in the Economy Hall tent at the close of the New Orleans Jazz Fest on Friday (April 26). It was a moment her fans — especially those who joined her on stage — will never forget
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Fannie Mae released the March 2013 National Housing Survey which shows that consumers remain confident in the housing market even while having doubts in other areas of the economy.
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Consumers Remain Confident in Housing Market
Media emphasis on the state of the economy can distract us from the importance of improving our money-management knowledge and skill. PJ Wade reminds us that unexpected, expensive emergencies will continue to pop up, and asks, ‘What are you going to do about this?’ to protect your real estate and financial stability
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Smart Money Anticipates Emergencies
Last week, during the State of the Union address, President Obama stated that ‘overlapping regulations are keeping responsible young families from buying their first home’. The President also requested a streamlined process for mortgages in order to help the economy grow.
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Pushing for a Streamlined Process While Mortgage Rates are Low
The New Year has finally arrived and the fiscal cliff was narrowly avoided (for now). Last year brought many landmark events, including one of the most highly anticipated elections in history. Now, many are looking ahead to what 2013 holds for our economy with the real estate market at the forefront
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Looking Ahead In 2013
NOLA.com New Orleans Hornets center Robin Lopez's offense speaking volumes this season NOLA.com So far this season, New Orleans Hornets center Robin Lopez's offensive production has been equaled only by his economy with words. His numbers this year, though, are doing all of his talking. Having spent four years previously with the Phoenix Suns, …
If the economy falls off the fiscal cliff, the housing recovery will stall, early in 2013. However, by 2017, home prices will be enjoying an annual 3.3 percent rate of growth
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Fiscal Cliff to Stall Otherwise Healthy Housing Recovery