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Concert for the Coast Planned for Oil Spill Relief

Whether you want to help the ongoing cleanup efforts from the BP oil spill or you just like good music (or both), good news: the Hangout Festival, an Alabama concert series, has just announced all of this year’s profits will go to Gulf relief. For those of you in the […]

I Want My Green TV: From Louisiana Disasters to the Tiger Trade

This week Green TV showed us two kinds of eco-disasters. An HBO drama tackled the environmental devastation in New Orleans and Planet Green exposed crimes against tigers. “Treme” Shows Perseverance in the Face of Nature’s Fury HBO’s New Orleans drama Treme may not seem like a straightforward choice for “I […]

Guilt Free Fur

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Lynn Morris Everyone knows that wearing fur is wrong. But what if the fur came from a highly destructive invasive species being culled anyway as part of state sponsored control program? A project in Louisiana has come up with a range of […]

BP Took Our Arms; the Government Is Taking Our Legs

We’re approaching the part of Louisiana where land and water become indistinct. South of New Orleans, approaching Grand Isle, we’re driving a series of elevated roadways and bridges, traversing a mammoth, venerable estuary the likes of which I’ve never seen. The likes of which I never knew existed. This area […]

Guilt Free Fur

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Lynn Morris Everyone knows that wearing fur is wrong. But what if the fur came from a highly destructive invasive species being culled anyway as part of state sponsored control program? A project in Louisiana has come up with a range of […]

I Want My Green TV: From Louisiana Disasters to the Tiger Trade

This week Green TV showed us two kinds of eco-disasters. An HBO drama tackled the environmental devastation in New Orleans and Planet Green exposed crimes against tigers. “Treme” Shows Perseverance in the Face of Nature’s Fury HBO’s New Orleans drama Treme may not seem like a straightforward choice for “I […]

Concert for the Coast Planned for Oil Spill Relief

Whether you want to help the ongoing cleanup efforts from the BP oil spill or you just like good music (or both), good news: the Hangout Festival, an Alabama concert series, has just announced all of this year’s profits will go to Gulf relief. For those of you in the […]

BP Took Our Arms; the Government Is Taking Our Legs

We’re approaching the part of Louisiana where land and water become indistinct. South of New Orleans, approaching Grand Isle, we’re driving a series of elevated roadways and bridges, traversing a mammoth, venerable estuary the likes of which I’ve never seen. The likes of which I never knew existed. This area […]

Dithyrambalina: Where Louisiana Art Oozes From The Buildings

Louisiana art is spicy and sweet. The music is mysterious and soulful. Drift away from the Bourbon Street ruckus, and you’ll discover a place where even the buildings join in the chorus. What happens when you combine the essence of Louisiana art, music, and architecture? A shanty town that sings, […]

10 Seriously Paranormal American Haunts

Turns out, it’s fun being dead. Provided you lurk in the right zipcode. At EcoSalon, we approach shelter with the philosophy that a home is more than just a roof over your head. It’s a refuge – an asylum, if you will – from the travails of everyday existence. Today […]

Concert for the Coast Planned for Oil Spill Relief

Whether you want to help the ongoing cleanup efforts from the BP oil spill or you just like good music (or both), good news: the Hangout Festival, an Alabama concert series, has just announced all of this year’s profits will go to Gulf relief. For those of you in the […]

Her Name Is Katrina, Part Two: The Lower Ninth Ward

After meeting with Speed, I continue down Claiborne, heading to what’s left of the Lower Ninth Ward. Six years post-Katrina, the neighborhood has yet to recover. It’s eerie; there are a few houses that have been rebuilt on stilts, but the vast majority of the area is just overrun by […]

10 Seriously Paranormal American Haunts

Turns out, it’s fun being dead. Provided you lurk in the right zipcode. At EcoSalon, we approach shelter with the philosophy that a home is more than just a roof over your head. It’s a refuge – an asylum, if you will – from the travails of everyday existence. Today […]

Dithyrambalina: Where Louisiana Art Oozes From The Buildings

Louisiana art is spicy and sweet. The music is mysterious and soulful. Drift away from the Bourbon Street ruckus, and you’ll discover a place where even the buildings join in the chorus. What happens when you combine the essence of Louisiana art, music, and architecture? A shanty town that sings, […]

Her Name Is Katrina, Part Two: The Lower Ninth Ward

After meeting with Speed, I continue down Claiborne, heading to what’s left of the Lower Ninth Ward. Six years post-Katrina, the neighborhood has yet to recover. It’s eerie; there are a few houses that have been rebuilt on stilts, but the vast majority of the area is just overrun by […]

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Dithyrambalina: Where Louisiana Art Oozes From The Buildings

Louisiana art is spicy and sweet. The music is mysterious and soulful. Drift away from the Bourbon Street ruckus, and you’ll discover a place where even the buildings join in the chorus. What happens when you combine the essence of Louisiana art, music, and architecture? A shanty town that sings, […]

10 Seriously Paranormal American Haunts

Turns out, it’s fun being dead. Provided you lurk in the right zipcode. At EcoSalon, we approach shelter with the philosophy that a home is more than just a roof over your head. It’s a refuge – an asylum, if you will – from the travails of everyday existence. Today […]

Guilt Free Fur

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Lynn Morris Everyone knows that wearing fur is wrong. But what if the fur came from a highly destructive invasive species being culled anyway as part of state sponsored control program? A project in Louisiana has come up with a range of […]

Her Name Is Katrina, Part Two: The Lower Ninth Ward

After meeting with Speed, I continue down Claiborne, heading to what’s left of the Lower Ninth Ward. Six years post-Katrina, the neighborhood has yet to recover. It’s eerie; there are a few houses that have been rebuilt on stilts, but the vast majority of the area is just overrun by […]

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