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Brush aside the beads and booze, the crowds and the krewes, and what is Mardi Gras in New Orleans all about? The food, baby, the food. And it's the Crescent City's festive array of oyster dishes that can give a real kick to your Fat Tuesday party come...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt, Recipes, Soups, Human Interest
Glendale and Burbank taxpayers quietly dodged what might have been millions of dollars in increased energy bills as a decision on clean energy policy by the California Air Resources Board favored their local utilities. On Dec. 16, the board issued...
Tags: David Dreier, Trials, Constitutional Issues, Judges, California
GreenspaceBP resumed work Friday on the drilling operation meant to spell the ultimate end of its notorious gulf well as it continued to scale back its massive cleanup operation. “We’re far from finished,” said Doug Suttles, the company’s outgoing cleanup.....
GreenspaceA federal judicial panel's decision to consolidate lawsuits arising from the gulf oil spill in New Orleans has been praised by lawyers representing victims who have lost livelihoods and loved ones in the environmental disaster. Commercial fishermen,...
Kendrick Meek, Charlie Crist set for ‘State of the Union’; Meek on ‘Face the Nation’; Brad Pitt on ‘Meet the Press’The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelRep. Kendrick Meek, the Florida Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, is set for two national programs this Sunday morning. Meek will be on CBS' “Face the Nation” and CNN's “State of the Union.” Gov. Charlie Crist, who is...
Show TrackerSATURDAY The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer Obama's upcoming Iraq speech: Gen. George Joulwan (ret.). 3 p.m. CNN McLaughlin Group 6:30 p.m. KCET SUNDAY CBS News Sunday Morning Farmers' markets; Hurricane Katrina; Google designers. (N) 6 a.m. KCBS...
GreenspaceLouisiana state biologists Monday were investigating whether a large fish kill at the mouth of the Mississippi River was caused by oil or dispersants from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The gulf also contains a vast dead......
All The RageBilly Reid told us the set design for his menswear presentation was inspired by the work of Clarence John Little, a photographer whose work focused on the decaying, abandoned buildings of New Orleans and the surrounding South in the period......
GreenspaceFederal scientists say the concentrations of oil they are finding in Gulf of Mexico waters are continuing to decline. "We've been seeing a very clear trend of diminished concentrations," said Sam Walker, a chief science advisor with the National Oceanic.....
Top of the TicketOnly Republican to support Obama's healthcare bill gets dumped for a Louisiana Democrat....
Top of the TicketSarah Palin tour for America By Heart starts this month and runs into December....
Clout StPosted by John Chase at 10:38 a.m.; updated at 11:08 a.m. Gery Chico's bid for Chicago mayor got some help today with the endorsement of Paul Vallas, his former partner in revamping Chicago Public Schools. "No one knows the neighborhoods......
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