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Resilient New Orleans
/ September 4, 2015
Guided by 100 Resilient Cities—Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, Resilient ...
New Orleans From Outer Space
/ September 3, 2015
Satellite images of New Orleans are nothing new but, a photo of New Orleans taken by an astronaut certainly is. G. Reid Wiseman, a NASA astronaut served aboard the International Space ...
Rowing Club on Bayou St. John
/ September 1, 2015
Rowing in New Orleans pre-dates the Civil War. Rowing in New Orleans was very active during the 1870‘s to about the 1920’s. The New Orleans Rowing Club will kick-off the fall season at ...
/ August 28, 2015
CAROL ROBINSON GALLERY 840 Napoleon Avenue New Orleans continues to show my KATRINA PHOTOGRPHY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ RESILIENCE 3 10th Anniversary of Katrina Friday, August 28, 2015 7-10 pm ...
Lafitte Greenway Almost Complete
/ July 9, 2015
The Department of Public Works construction contractor, Durr Heavy Construction, has completed placement of the asphalt portion of the Lafitte Greenway bicycle and pedestrian path in ...
Neighbors Oppose Sale of Alcohol by Stallings Playground
/ June 25, 2015
On February 9, 2015, Brian Kelly represented Mario Hizaj and Gentilly Food Mart at the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association meeting in an effort to obtain support for a license ...
Flag Day is June 14th
/ June 13, 2015
Flag Day in the United States People across the United States celebrate Flag Day on June 14 each year to honor the United States flag and to commemorate the flag’s adoption. On the same ...
Cisterns: The Original Rain Barrel
/ June 13, 2015
Robert Thompson sent in this business card from one of 23 New Orleans business which made cisterns in 1909. Robert writes, “The original rain barrel! A few even survive today as ...
Lhote Lumber Company
/ April 15, 2015
courtesy Tulane University’s Architectural Archive In 1904, the Lhote Lumber Company significantly expanded its operations and built a new $500,000 plant in the Second ...
How to Make an Attractive City
/ March 7, 2015
We’ve grown good at making many things in the modern world – but strangely the art of making attractive cities has been lost. Here are some key principles for how to make ...
/ March 6, 2015
You know that low power FM began in Faubourg St. John on December 1st, 2014. Now you can share the experience with your friends and relatives worldwide! WHIV-FM has officially begun ...
Zemurray Foundation Helps Children
/ February 22, 2015
Faubourg St. John neighbor Tommy Lewis explained the benefits of the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association’s quest to make Desmare Playground a great place to play. He ...
Lady Bug Ready to Roll Feb 28th
/ February 7, 2015
The new ride — a little higher and a little faster — was paid for with Federal Emergency Management Agency funds since Hurricane Katrina’s floodwaters damaged the old one. The new ...
Manage Water to Prevent Flooding
/ December 9, 2014
The “Joy of Water” is modeled after the “Joy of Cooking” book. Check out the PDF of the pamphlet here. The purpose of “The Joy of Water” is to ...
FM Radio Begins Broadcasting in Faubourg St. John
/ December 5, 2014
by Charlie London At the September 9th, 2014 meeting at the Fair Grounds, it was announced that a low power FM station will be located in Faubourg St. John at 1138 North Dupre. During ...
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