A Young Torchbearer Lights The Way For New Orleans Music Students – NPR

October 10, 2013 by admin  
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NPR A Young Torchbearer Lights The Way For New Orleans Music Students NPR In New Orleans , it's cool to be in the high school band — especially when Trombone Shorty shows up in the band room.

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In Real Estate: Urban Is In

September 19, 2013 by tiff  
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Maybe it’s the high gasoline prices, the tremendous amount of heavy traffic and long commutes to the office that are fueling the growing interest in urban dwelling. Or, perhaps, it’s…

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First New Orleans public school team tackles rugby – NOLA.com

January 15, 2012 by admin  
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NOLA.com First New Orleans public school team tackles rugby NOLA.com By Contributing writer, The Times-Picayune As the high school rugby season prepares to kick off in mid-January, the New Orleans area has added its first public school rugby team: Lake Area New Tech Early College High School. The Catholic boys schools ..

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New Orleans school’s 1st senior class will graduate with honors in resilience – NOLA.com

September 25, 2011 by admin  
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NOLA.com New Orleans school's 1st senior class will graduate with honors in resilience NOLA.com The RSD is planning a community input process before it decides how the high school campus will be governed — whether it's run directly by the RSD, chartered by King or some other entity, or placed under the Orleans Parish School Board. …

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New Orleans school’s 1st senior class will graduate with honors in resilience – NOLA.com

New Orleans school’s 1st senior class will graduate with honors in resilience – NOLA.com

September 25, 2011 by admin  
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NOLA.com New Orleans school's 1st senior class will graduate with honors in resilience NOLA.com The RSD is planning a community input process before it decides how the high school campus will be governed — whether it's run directly by the RSD, chartered by King or some other entity, or placed under the Orleans Parish School Board. …

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Real Estate Outlook: State of Housing Recovery

July 3, 2011 by tiff  
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Is the high price of gas, now near $4 a gallon average, taking a toll on the economic recovery? Recent statistics indicate downward trends in several sectors.

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Metro New Orleans area road closures for Tuesday, May 17 – NOLA.com

May 17, 2011 by tiff  
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NOLA.com Metro New Orleans area road closures for Tuesday, May 17 NOLA.com By The Times-Picayune Interstate 10 from the eastern base of the high rise bridge to Read Boulevard: The left and center eastbound lanes will be closed tonight, 8 pm-6 am, for overlay. Williams Boulevard between Veterans Boulevard and Interstate 10: ..

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Metro New Orleans keeping a wary eye on the rising Mississippi River: An editorial – NOLA.com

May 5, 2011 by tiff  
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NOLA.com Metro New Orleans keeping a wary eye on the rising Mississippi River: An editorial NOLA.com The corps on Monday blew out about 11000 feet of Mississippi levee in Missouri Monday, activating a floodway to save communities along the river, including the town of Cairo, Ill. The river's level in New Orleans may surpass the high mark of the … and more

Housing Shortcomings Feed Need for Food Banks

December 14, 2010 by tiff  
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“Every day, food banks across the country see people coming to them for help because of the high cost of housing,” stressed a Food Bank Director. PJ Wade reveals why this housing-hunger link puts the problems of poverty, and the rewards of conquering, it in your backyard.

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