Southern Rep Theater, in conjunction with the CAC presents now through April 14 the latest play by John Biguenet in his Rising Water trilogy, Mold. His previous two installments, Rising Waters and Shotgun received critical acclaim, and this third installment also rises to the occasion. Be informed, there are spoilers to follow. I knew this would […]
Category Archives: Gulf Coast
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I’m from Massachusetts, so I’m familiar with the long, wet, cold winters. The driving during this time of year used to be horrific. We lived on a hill and not a winter would pass where we were out on the street during a snowstorm trying to help push cars up the hill in the stormy […]
As mentioned in an earlier post, I am giving up my subscription to the Times Picayune. I simply cannot justify paying Newhouse’s exorbitant subscription price for part-time news. And, to add insult to injury, Newhouse revealed recently that they are going to focus on expanding to Baton Rouge, diluting its already stretched resources to provide weak tea […]
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We moved the hummingbird feeder over the weekend and were rewarded for it. Click on the second and third pictures to see these tiny gems.
Isaac just blew through southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi with a vengeance. He was cunning and wily, and decided to sit and stay for awhile, spinning over us for 60+ hours, dumping 20 or so inches of rain, swelling lakes and rivers and causing massive destruction to the electrical grid, trees, and unfortunately massive flooding […]
Part of living in Southeast Louisiana is accepting that you will, on a fairly regular basis, have to make the choice of whether to evacuate for an impending hurricane or ride it out at home. Every storm is unique with its own very unique qualities and it’s really a game of semi-education and gut calculating […]
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but in the meantime… Seriously though – take care everyone, use your common sense, check on your elderly neighbors, those of you evacuating be safe on the road, those sheltering in place be wise and careful! The NOLAFemmes
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We made the trek to Foley, Alabama for the second year in a row to attend the Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival. Now in it’s 8th year, the festival attracts balloon teams from Ohio, Texas, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee, Missouri, Louisiana and Alabama. While the real action takes place at 6 A.M. both days […]