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A Shell to Pick with Maine Cuisine

OK, so we just got back from Maine.  And we had never been to Maine.  Whenever that happens, people who have been to Maine have all kinds of things to say about it–places you should go, places you should stay, and especially things to eat.   1,044 more words

History Of The World

Charity Hospital replacement opens Saturday in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Ten years after the levees and floodwalls broke during Hurricane Katrina and flooded New Orleans, the Big Easy finally has a full-scale public hospital again – a new Charity hospital. 119 more words


Time to start hissing

One tug of a computer cord, and a hundred stories tumble out…

My trusty old machine has, alas, sighed its last breath. Windows Vista, what will I do without you? 397 more words

Saturday Odds & Sods: From Galway To Graceland

It’s been a long, hot week in New Orleans. We were under a boil water advisory for 38 hours last weekend. Most people get a bit hysterical when that happens but I’m married to a scientist. 708 more words


New Orleans Round 2

I had the best time in New Orleans last weekend…it’s everything the trip on my birthday should have been!

Friday night we saw a play about the Addams Family and I was so happy to find that it was their version of it and not a reenactment of the movies. 186 more words


Historic Charm in New Orleans: The Roosevelt

I recently stayed at The Roosevelt in New Orleans before a cruise. I love the stories and charm behind this historic property within walking distance of the French Quarter. 443 more words

Family Travel


If you have not seen them live-I urge you too.I have several times at Jazzfest,N’awlins(their home), and it is pretty magical. Mystical–especially songs like this where they really have cornered the market. 43 more words

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