Monthly Archives: September 2012

New Orleans second-line parade vendors, artists now will need city permits

See on Scoop.it – The Divine Prince Hoodoo Obeah Bokor City worked with vendors to propose a $25 permit that also requires vendors to clean up litter and bans them from selling alcohol… See on http://www.nola.com Advertisements

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Hurricane Isaac left behind sections of dead marsh and answers about out future

See on Scoop.it – Congo Square Preservation Society Vanishing marsh, rising seas are making storms more destructive… See on http://www.nola.com

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Orleans Parish Jail must be fixed, whatever the cost: James Gill

See on Scoop.it – Congo Square Preservation Society New Orleans is hardly the only American city where you can get stitched up by the cops and then brutalized in jail, but the chances have always been especially good here… See … Continue reading

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Angola death row inmate who gave false confession released after 15 years

See on Scoop.it – The Divine Prince Hoodoo Obeah Bokor Damon Thibodeaux was 21 years old when he confessed in 1996 to raping and killing 14-year-old Chrystal Champagne on the Mississippi River’s West Bank batture under the Huey P. Long … Continue reading

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allAfrica.com: InFocus » AU Forces Enter Rebel Stronghold of Kismayu, Kenya Reports

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allAfrica.com: InFocus » Saudi Insists on Deporting Female Nigerian Pilgrims

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allAfrica.com: InFocus » East African Gas Boom – A Ticking Environmental Bomb?

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