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July 15, 2014
No one can deny that Hurricane Katrina changed New Orleans forever. The city is still recovering from the devastation following the storm and the levee breaches. We still have 73,000 fewer jobs than before the storm and while the number of blighted properties has significantly decreased in the past four years, down about 10,000 since 2010, there are still more than 33,000 blighted properties in the city, each of which costs about $16,000 ... » Continue
July 2, 2014
Last week Oak Alley Plantation celebrated a very special anniversary. On June 28, 1995, the 28 oak trees that create the eponymous alley leading from the River Road to the big house of the plantation were inducted into the Live Oak Society. The society was founded in 1934 by Dr Edwin Lewis Stephens, the first president of Southwestern Louisiana Institute, now the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. Every oak in the alley is a registered... » Continue