Posts Tagged “New Orleans”

Laboring through Labor Day

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Laboring through Labor Day

Laboring through Labor Day. A look at how life has changed from schools to politics in Chicagoland and America. By Ray Hanania The Labor Day weekend usually marks a special point in our lives when children go back to school, the weather shifts from swelter to soothing, and we’re reminded politics really has no season…

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It’s the news media, Stupid!

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It’s the news media, Stupid!

It’s the news media, stupid! Playing golf or politics with people’s suffering in the Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton presidential election. The hypocrisy is screaming out loud By Ray Hanania The flood damage in Louisiana is considered one of the worst American natural disasters since Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. More than…

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Arty Party Mardi Gras will feature music by Sioux Bayou

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Arty Party Mardi Gras will feature music by Sioux Bayou

Arty Party Mardi Gras will feature music by Sioux Bayou The Arty Party Mardi Gras celebration will take place on Saturday, March 1, 2014 in the Mercantile Center on the north side of Gays Mills.  The local Arts Collective Gallery is hosting the event, which will feature Cajun music for dancing by Sioux Bayou ( Jane Keeley, Stephen…

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