122 Mike Stagg interview, part2. Mike is active in Louisiana politics. He has been working for positive change in Louisiana through technology-based community and economic development initiatives at the regional, state and local levels for the past 20 years. And he has been actively focused on environmental, energy, and taxation issues for the past five years.
This week in Louisiana history. September 19, 1890.
President Harrison signs bill killing Louisiana State Lottery
This week in New Orleans history. September 19, 1947.
Hurricane George. Katrina was not the first storm to
breach the infamous 17th Street Canal. This image shows one of
several breaks in the canal's levee caused by the hurricane of
1947 when the levees broke on the Jefferson Parish side,
flooding wide areas of Metairie. Portions of the Orleans
Parish lakefront and Gentilly also flooded in this storm.
This week in Louisiana.
Arts Market of New Orleans ‑ September
September 26, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Palmer Park - New Orleans, LA 70118
Presented by the Arts Council of New Orleans, the Arts Market
is a free open‑air festival of creativity held the last
Saturday of every month at Palmer Park in the Carrollton
section of New Orleans (where South Claiborne and South
Carrollton Avenues meet)‑ the last stop of the St. Charles
streetcar from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Arts Market also has
live music performances, food and beverage booths, and a Kids
Tent with a creative show & crafts.