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In towns plagued by raw sewage, EPA promises relief
"Residents in an Alabama county hope to finally see action on their massive sewage problems Charlie may holcomb has lived on pine street and haney ville Alabama for 35 years She had missed to being more than frustrated by the promises not kept when it comes to the failed septic systems and open sewage that flood her yard and yards of so many neighbors in the small town in lowndes county one of the poorest counties in the nation They're talking about do it The EPA and agriculture department have launched a pilot program to help lounge and ten other communities across the country assess sewage problems plan improvements and make those improvements happen Former New Orleans mayor Mitch landrieu is President Biden's infrastructure coordinator I mean in America you shouldn't have to worry about not having indoor plumbing or safe water I'm Tim McGuire
Judge: Uber doesn't have to offer wheelchair accessibility
"A federal judge has ruled that Uber does not have to offer wheelchair accessibility I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A California federal judge has rejected a legal push to require Uber to provide wheelchair accessible vehicles finding that such a mandate would be to onerous on the right helling company The judge rejected a lawsuit that would have required Uber to offer wheelchair accessible vehicles and New Orleans and Jackson Mississippi the judge said the plaintiffs failed to present a reasonable modification of Uber services and did not provide adequate evidence that Uber had violated the Americans with disabilities act attorneys for the plaintiffs argued that Uber has a deep rooted accessibility problem and treats accessibility as an afterthought Uber offers services to accommodate wheelchair users in several other cities including New York Los Angeles and Boston
What Is the Dormant Commerce Clause?
"Okay, let's go to one where conservatives divide. The pork case in the dormant commerce clause of the negative commerce clause and I tell people they don't know boring until they've sat through these cases. And I hate teaching them. I don't know if you like teaching them. This is my favorite area here. I knew it. No, I tell the students we were about to go through the desert. This is the part of a deuteronomy where you're going to wander through the dormant commerce clause. You've got to explain people. States can interfere with the flow of commerce. That's what I start my students on. If there's a river and it's starting up in Minnesota and it's sending New Orleans states can't charge tolls along the way. That's like the basic story. What does the pork producer regulation do other than interfere with state commerce? Right, right. But the question is the way that you boil down the jurisprudence and it's not clear and ultimately I filed a brief at the search stage to get the Supreme Court to take this case. And I support the pork producers because I think what California is doing is really setting standards for the country. But I hope even if that position loses as it might because for example, you mentioned this divides conservatives, Gorsuch and Thomas, I think are going to rule for California here. They don't like the dormant commerce clause unless it's a clear situation like that tolls of the highway or the river or whatever. But it's a very heterodox. You're going to you might see the liberal split as well for that matter. I mean, it's not, it doesn't match up with normal ideological divisions. But I hope they clarify the standard because currently the what's called a pike balancing test. And whenever you have a balancing test, I mean, typically whoever the swing justice just kind of throws up their hands and says, okay, let's go this way. And it's very hard. Again, hard to predict, but better a better standard would be would be very useful.
Stink Reacts to ESPN's List of Top 10 NFL Running Backs
"So stink yesterday, the top ten running backs in the NFL came out. Okay? Derek Henry number one. Yeah. Jonathan Taylor number two, Nick Chubb and Cleveland. Number three, Dalvin cook in Minnesota. Number four, Alvin Kamara. Number 5 in New Orleans. Joe Mixon and Cincinnati, number 6. Christian McCaffrey, Colorado is one of those favorite sons, Christian McCaffrey, number 7. Nausea Harris, number 8. Aaron Jones and Green Bay, number 9. And then you get to number ten on the list from the people in the sport, the top ten players at every position. Javonte Williams came in at number ten on this list, your reaction, your reaction is what? My reaction is it shows you the respect that people evaluators and people who play and coach and GM in this league, the respect they have for that guy as a player because that guy, unlike most of these guys, most of these guys are pretty much Bel cow guys. That dude was a true split. So you're talking about a guy that truly split the carries. And this league has gone that way to where there's different guys that have different skill sets and play in different packages and different situations. But the majority of these guys, if you're going to run it 25 times, they're getting 18 or 19 of those carries. And javonte was truly a 50 50 guy.
Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets
"Share with you a story that just crossed on The Wall Street Journal, but I just want to share with you the headline that The Wall Street Journal is publishing. And that is oil tanker is stopped by U.S. in transit from Russian port to New Orleans. Apparently a commodity trading firm based out of Switzerland was trading this energy and U.S. authorities now are concerned because it was coming straight into Louisiana. The tanker is owned by a group Greek shipping company, apparently. And it was chartered by a commodity trading firm out of Switzerland. I just want to point out, again, sanctions are tough, right? Especially in commodity markets. Especially in commodity markets, because it's all the same stuff. It's just where you're getting it. Great thing to help illustrate this that we saw just last week. And I talked about this on Friday show. And that was the three tons of gold that had made its way into Swiss refineries from Russia. And it's like, wait a second. Don't we have a deal here? And by the way, Switzerland has always of course been quite legendary for being agnostic when it comes to any political or international foreign affairs type situations because they are just, you know, look, we're just here to transact. And so they've always had that reputation, but what was interesting was because of Ukraine, they came out and said that they were going to honor the sanctions as well. And then we got the news of the gold the other day. And now you look at this and you say, well, wait a second. What's going on? I mean, in this case, it's actually going from Russia to Louisiana. I've told you before. I mean, the biggest problem here and you've seen it throughout history and it's still happening today is that when you've got a commodity that is traded on worldwide exchanges, it becomes hard to trace at some point.
Supreme Court's abortion ruling sets off new court fights
"Roe V wade's fall has set off new battles in state courts around the country In anticipation of the Supreme Court ruling that there is no constitutional protection for abortion 13 states enacted trigger laws including Louisiana where a statewide abortion ban was designed to automatically take effect A judge in New Orleans has now temporarily blocked enforcement of the ban pending a hearing next month The fight in conservative Louisiana is playing out elsewhere as one side tries to quickly enact statewide abortion bans and the other moves to block or at least delay them Lawsuits could also target old anti abortion laws that went unenforced for nearly 50 years Newer abortion restrictions that were on hold pending the high court ruling are also now in play Sagar Meghani Washington
"new orleans" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"New Orleans by learning the stories behind its most famous cocktails, like the sazerac and the hurricane. Elizabeth pierce joins us now to toast America's most spirited city in true New Orleans fashion. She's the author of drink debt New Orleans, a guide to the best cocktail bars, neighborhood pubs and all night dives. Elizabeth also serves as drinks curator at the southern food and beverage museum and she hosts her own drink and learn walking tours of New Orleans. Elizabeth, welcome. Thank you. I'm delighted to be here. Reading through your book, it was so clear that in New Orleans history and alcohol sort of mixed together and as the tour guide, I think you function as the swizzle stick. Tell us just about this whole notion that booze is part of the New Orleans story. When folks take my drink and learn tour, I tell them that it's two hours, three centuries for drinks, and that seems daunting, but it is, in fact, doable. So while I would argue that almost any city can have its history, organized through and presented through drinks, drinks are an integral part of a lot of culture, historically, and currently. But in New Orleans, we seem to kind of ratchet that up a little extra. Starting from really the founding of the colony, new orleanians learned very early on. France was disappointed in the colony, we didn't really have any profitable crops or commodity to ship back to France. And so they left us alone quite a bit, and if you're on your own in a mosquito ridden swamp and life is pretty tough with death, hovering around the corner, then drinking is going to ameliorate your lot. And while it would be nice to get brandy coming from France, the brandy and wine that you might know, well, frankly, rum from the Caribbean was much easier to access. And so from the earliest days of the colony, people are drinking to anesthetize themselves to a pretty difficult life. The city is 300 years old founded in 1718 and back then the colonies were more Protestant. The New Orleans happened to be more Catholic, and it was happened to also be settled by, according to your book, a Motley mix of convicts and smugglers and prostitutes and so on, it just seems like all the conditions were ripe for this kind of a little bit of let the good times roll and a little bit of escapism through alcohol. Indeed, one of the last French governors kalac, who was sent over to clean up things in the colony, wrote back to the king and said, if I send home all of the disreputable colonists, then Louisiana would be empty. Be bereft of people. The stage is set very early on for a group of folks who are happy to engage in what might be viewed as licentious or excessive or disorderly behavior. And it's coupled with a colony that isn't governed much Spain eventually takes over. Well, there's certainly no pyramid test. I mean, you have the Puritans and everything in the car. Sure, right. So you have the American colonies settled by very disciplined protestants are nothing like the gamblers and smugglers and prostitutes. I take it now Elizabeth to the 19th century, the 1800s, and you've got this sort of demographic compost pile of configs and smugglers and very thirsty, troublemakers, and then you got New Orleans, which is I understand according to your book, the only place that had no closing hours and you could drink in the streets that was unique among American cities and I guess people got this notion that, hey, you can go down to New Orleans and just it's no holds barred. Yes, here come the Americans. Once we become part of the United States, again, this idea that New Orleans doesn't really fit in to the typical American cultural paradigm and it really plays on that. It is really one of the first cities that begins to use what we would now call marketing in tourism and to encourage folks to come down here and have a different kind of good time. What did music have to do with that? Because we all also think jazz and New Orleans was that part of the movie. Sure. Yeah, so the first jazz recording is in 1917 and that is coupled with the demise of storyville, which was a vice district that operated for 20 years on the edge of the French Quarter. Storyville is arguably the birthplace of jazz, Louis Armstrong, king Oliver, all playing there, and those folks eventually move to a district that is open into the French Quarter, settling on bourbon street and bourbon street really comes into its own as an entertainment district in the early part of the 20th century. Okay, so New Orleans is just sort of amping up here and suddenly you've got prohibition. So what did that do to the momentum here for the party scene? Well, it was generally agreed upon by anyone in charge of enforcing prohibition that doing so in New Orleans was an exercise in futility. There was a federal agent named Izzy Einstein, who was sent around the country to see how long it took him to get a drink in New York it took him 14 minutes in New Orleans that took him 35 seconds. And that is a pretty telling anecdote that crystallizes. It was so easy to drink here because we're a coastal city and the Caribbean is like right there. So it was very easy to bring in not only rum, but any products from Europe because of course the caribbeans controlled by Great Britain at that time, Jamaica, Bermuda, so you could get anything from Europe and it was a wet city. The locals have this almost like a Second Amendment fervor for being able to drink freely. It's their right to be able to have that drink and this go cup is like a New Orleans icon. Tell us a little bit about the context of the go cup and what is it? So Rick most Americans don't know that drinking on the street was actually legal was permitted in most of the United States until the 1960s. Public shrinking was okay, public drunkenness was not. But starting in the 1950s 60s, cities began to enact ordinances really in an attempt to control vagrancy and these ordinances began banning public drinking. However, it's right around this time that bourbon street, which is a pedestrian thoroughfare, emerges as this, frankly, very lucrative, entertainment district, and so New Orleans was reluctant to ban public drinking at the very time that the golden goose was showing up in the form of the GoPro. Okay, and when you say when you say lucrative, you really sing lots of booze being sold freely. Yes, and not only booze being sold, but you're having people who are then coming into clubs who are going into restaurants. And so it isn't only buying the drink and walking on the street. It is keeping yourself in an area. And if you're strolling, so you're not going to get in a cab or you're not going to drive away, then you are keeping your money in this area as well. To go cup is that just any kind of a disposable cup that a bar will serve a drink and so you can leave with it. Yes, but a lot of bars now will brand those cups, people will take them home here in New Orleans during carnival a lot of the Mardi Gras groups, which we call crews, will throw dozens and dozens of these cups. They are our form of crystal. And it's sort of a declaration of a civil liberty to be able to have that cup in your hand and walk through the park, walk from one establishment to another,.
New Orleans Unveils Giant Hair Pick Statue
"Well, there was a giant Afro pick that was installed in New Orleans, right? Derek, was that New Orleans? They spent money on a work of art that's a giant, I don't know the technical term for it. I think it's known as an Afro pick where black people who have big afros use that. It's like a big oversized comb. Well, this is this gigantic. Can you find that story for me, Derek? I saw that last night. I thought, is that a Juneteenth thing? Listen, art is in the eye of the beholder, maybe somebody feels that that's some kind of a tribute to the Emancipation of slaves,
AJ on Falling in Love With New Orleans
"Plane. You have a fall in love with this city within a minute, really. I always knew about New Orleans architecture. It's waterways, the restaurants, and just overall beautiful scenery, the cemeteries, the trees that are 800 years old. So many beautiful things. And unfortunately, a lot of those images have been replaced by the awful things that happened during Katrina. And the last one they had, but you think back before those things happen and New Orleans was always an enchanting place for me to see and visit, but the biggest difference this trip was the people I met because the people I was with the first trip who weren't from New Orleans by the way didn't turn out so right. But this trip is different.
Sgt. John Mattingly's Message to Officers in the Field
"That. family. We're talking to the author of 12 seconds in the dark, a police officer's firsthand account of Brianna Taylor raid from sergeant Mattingly you mentioned just now that you're just trying to do your job sergeant Mattingly. I just want to ask you one more question before I encourage everybody to read your book. I presume you retired or you've left the force right now. Tell me how did your colleagues who are still in the force, Friends you have in other jurisdictions. I mean, 'cause I'm a civilian, but I served in the British Army, but I've trained thousands, thousands and thousands of law enforcement officers across the country, local state, federal. And I just don't know how you guys go to work anymore. How you put on the badge, strap on the gun, and go to work when the mayor, the local commissioner, doesn't have your back and when you are prayed to political enemies that can ruin the life of your whole family, what is your message to those officers who are still in the bag? Well, it's tough because people say, man, would you do it again? And I say, yes, I would do my career again because I enjoyed it. I loved it. Would I start over now as a new guy doing it? Probably not for the simple fact that, like you said, there's just no support from upper command, especially if you're in a liberal city like lovo is and like all the main cities, you're already behind the 8 ball, just trying to do the right thing and to pull the laws that are on the book. So I would tell them we need you, we have to have you. You're the one holding the line. We appreciate you and I hope you continue to do it because we do need you as America. And that's the whole point in the book. It isn't about John. It isn't about just my situation. This is hopefully a wake-up call to America to say, hey, if we continue to travel down this path, if we keep going the direction we're going and chasing off all the good cops and prosecute in the ones who are just doing their jobs, you're going to get the bottom of the barrel. We're going to be what we were in Detroit in New Orleans in the 80s. And you're going to have corruption to the level you've never seen, and that's not what you want, and that's not what America
Perfect Paul, top-seeded Suns finish off Pelicans in Game 6
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Bridges, Paul lead Suns past Pelicans 112-97 for 3-2 lead
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Ingram, Pelicans overwhelm Booker-less Suns to tie series
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Chris Paul takes over in 4th, Suns beat Pelicans 110-99
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Pelicans earn 105-101 win over Clippers, claim No. 8 seed
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CJ McCollum leads Pelicans past Spurs in play-in game
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Edwards, Russell carry Wolves past Clippers in play-in game
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Thompson scores 41, Warriors top Pelicans to clinch 3rd seed
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Ja Morant returns to help Grizzlies rout Pelicans, 141-114
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"new orleans" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"He just watch him for another game. They're going to throw some zone at you and we saw that one a couple of years ago. Bam's out there. They're fully healthy now. They got shooters. They got versatile defenders. I don't think Monday is going to be pretty, especially when the heat set to turn up some runs against you. But the things did beat them earlier in the year. This is always the they have no chance game and you know they're gonna come out and win. Yeah. Exactly. Yep. Because you know what? You have more shock between the two stars. That's still the thing you have on that. Look, at the end of the day, the Celtics like to, you know, you always had like national TV rondo and stuff like that. Like if the Celtics are gonna look at a moment and say, we gotta bring it. It's here because you will get punked bad against the heat without a top effort. You can not have fast your way again. I mean, the heat could go on one of those extremely ice cold shooting sort of. But you can't, it's too well coached to team and they just have Gritty guys and they will expose you and they'll make you look really freaking bad if you don't bring it. So you need maximum focus maximum effort. I hope this is when they come out with, we'll see it. We're back on Tuesday once again. Monday, right? Monday, rather, sorry. Thanks to josue and sharad who are in New Orleans frigging on the road, I hope you guys are doing something good tonight. Come on. I'm about to go for shoveling around three. I'm not doing it, man. I'm not doing it. I'm going to stay here forever. I just keep looking outside. I don't want to do it. You haven't gone out once? Forget about it. With the snowdrifts, you shovel and it's right back there. I'll deal with it tomorrow. Oh, good luck. Yeah. No, thanks, buddy. All right guys, fun show. Enjoy guys. Thanks for joining everybody. We'll see you..
"new orleans" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"It's part of the 500 March. You're not going to fully integrate them. You're not going to get rid of them. So you just showed a tone this line and not really accomplishing anything. And how many games have we seen like this here where you win? You get back to 500 or above it. But where are you going? This is just another night where I feel like that. You know? Man, that Atlanta lost yesterday. I was watching this game the whole time, and even though they were winning, I'm like, what happened last night? That was so bad. Yeah, I feel like he's definitely campaigning, John. That's a good way to put it. I feel like he's campaigning for everyone to believe in him. And I think that Marcus and his own right because of who he is at the player and as a person, he's thinking that he can prove everybody wrong and that the ultimate turnaround is going to happen at the end of the day, this team is going to be able to say that it went as far in the playoffs and anyone else expected. And everything is going to work itself out. I think that markets truly believe that. And when you have two all stars in Tatum and brown, who obviously have going in the right direction right now, I think he likes his chances of this team finding itself and finally turning that corner while the record remains 500 or hovering over it, you know? It hasn't the story has not changed in the sense of the team's overall results. We don't know what team's going to show up on night in the night out. And we saw two great examples and these last two games, one in Atlanta, one in New Orleans where I felt like it was two different teams. I want to keep them. I don't think there's many deals out there. But that's a bad decision. I worry about it. No, I've always bought your own but you're a smart guy? You're a smart guy. Now you still believe you can bring you just decided? No. But I wanted to welcome welcome. We got a spot for you. We got a spot for you. I wanted to be with him. Have a seat. Empowered in the things that he does well. I like smart. I want wick to pay tax. I want more. I'd rather add than subtract, okay? Marcus smart taking him out of the mix without getting something that makes you better. It only works if you've decided I'm going to build a little bit towards the future and I'm going to take a step back and take a step forward. I've always said Marcus is more valuable to you to the Celtics than he is to someone else 'cause I just don't think his trade value is that high. I think he's good for the Celtics. The problem is they have issues that they can't solve right now and they don't know whether moving Marcus makes them better or not..
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"No, nothing's happening. No, I fully agree with you, John. Hold on hold on. Let's see Joshua. Are you there? Can you talk again? Go for it. Sorry. Okay. All right, don't touch it. I think we're muting an unreal at the same time, but okay. Probably, yeah. I was gonna say, look, it all started from the beginning, okay? You may put it out there and said, look, I need two cats. One, but two. I thought that was a clear cut message that he wanted those guys to do it. Jason Tatum and jaylen Brown. This is supposed to be there you. This is their team now. All right, there's no combo. There's no Gordon. We talked about this before, right? And they didn't. So I'm with you. You know? Is Marcus smart?.
"new orleans" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"With smart. All season long is identical. Schroeder, when he plays as a starter, has ridiculously good numbers in the team runs effectively. When he plays off the bench, he's less effective. It's not super surprising when these guys are both in here when they're minutes are separated and smart is playing with the starters and Schroeder with the bench. There's a massive disparity. But I mean, a lot of that has to do with smarts playing with the far better basketball players. The drop off from starters to bench is so severe, how can it not be a lopsided? That's kind of what I'm talking about. I don't understand how people miss that in the conversation. There's empirical evidence to support it. They're about the same when they start. And they're about the same with the best players on the team. I think on the offensive end shirt. You see the massive disparity in the ratings. The offensive rating with Schroeder in those guys is 12 points higher, but the defensive rating is 12 points higher also. So I mean, obviously, it's a different game, but it's a matter of just what it does. It's a different kind of he plays a totally different style. So then it comes down to what style do you want? And obviously you like the settled debt and there's no question, Marcus does more things to settle things down. He's not looking for a shot first. And if that's what you want, absolutely. That's a better option. It's just when it depends who they're playing with. Schroeder in that bench unit, he's had horrible games there when he gets relegated to the question. The number swing is huge there. Unless you mention that role on this team. Coming in that he was supposed to produce in that role. So if he didn't have all of those opportunities to start, you'd probably be talking about a pretty rough season for shorter. Yeah. It was bad. It was bad. But the other, the other Marcus conversation is not any markets conversation that's had is not as Marcus smart the best point guard they currently have. It's, do they need a better point guard than Marcus smart? That's the argument. So it doesn't matter on good games, bad games. People who believe it continue to believe it and people who don't will continue to not. And that's kind of it. So you're pointing to a series of numbers that lack context. And that's always kind of the problem with the debate. Rather than doing a scorecard of one good game one bad game. You know, when Marcus plays bad, people are flipping out, get him out of here, trade him. He's the problem when he plays well. See he's the point guard. We can't ride these swings back and forth. The idea is you've seen enough of him to make a judgment at this point. Is he your guy? And again, we're going to get into the article today because that was one of the more interesting things, but let's give Joe sway a chance. He's there. He's in the court. He's reporting from New Orleans. Your thoughts on the game..
"new orleans" Discussed on The Lead
"Means so much to so many people you could fast forty year to their first game back in the super dome when steve gleason famously blocked punt. And they beat the falcons and it just felt like the city was coming back together..
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"How did they go about that process. Basically it was all hands on deck. They told one person all right. Organize five hundred meals for the next few days. They told another person. Hey we need to charter. Flights one for the players and all the staff members and one for their families. They called the players in and they said go. Gather your things. Gather your kids your family members if you wanna take your sister-in-law your mother-in-law whoever needs to be with you bring them and we will get them on this plane and then obviously they had to go secure a hotel which is never easy in the first place for a typical. Nfl game. but you're talking. Two hundred eighty people in some players and their families needed more than one room and not only that they needed buses to go to and from the airport in new orleans to and from the airport and dallas and then to practice every day. They've taken their operation on the road before many times. But they haven't had something of this quickness in this magnitude probably since hurricane katrina in two thousand five and catherine you also wrote about a pretty unique situation that the saints faced when they were trying to charter a flight. Can you tell us about that. So the saints usually charter flights from united to go to and from their away games during the season so that was the first company they called and it was not easy for a couple of reasons because one they had to convince united to fly their planes into the direction of a hurricane and then they had a really interesting and unique problem in that the united fleet or a large portion of the united fleet is being used by the government to transport refugees. Afghanistan order the commercial airlines. We're talking the ones you fly everyday. American delta united a hawaiian airlines and others eighteen of their aircraft will be called into service to actually fly american evacuees as well as afghan allies being bright out of the country so they didn't have the amount of available planes that they normally have around four pm the time that the saints took off. They were cancelling flights left and right. They're actually people stranded up in new orleans airport because they could not get a flight out of the city on saturday and sunday. Saints general manager. Mickey loomis who actually is one of the few holdovers from hurricane katrina as one of the only things that he worked about. He says he remembers sitting there and thinking. I just hope the plane comes into. What was this sudden decision to move out of new orleans like for some of the players on the team and their family members would have some of them had to say about that experience. It was a stressful time for a lot of them. A saint's linebacker tomorrow. Davis has a pregnant wife. Who's doing october. My wife is due october. Two seven and so. How far can she fly or how close she to what she can't. She's a no-fly zone but also we have family mississippi. Both parents they mississippi. So you know. Was it load up and send in to mississippi. Oh was it. bring them with me. Sometimes hurricanes do take a turn and their path is a little different than originally anticipated. So you don't always know if you're about to put someone in harm's way. And then cam jordan also brought his children in his way and he flew back to new orleans for a day. And you didn't have power. You didn't have a generator and you know. He had damaged as well. The greatest thing that i can hold is that my family is safe. I know for sure from the pictures. I've seen this morning. Our house is gonna need some immediate attention but as materialistic. I can say we're all in good health. We were saying for the storm. I think that all of the saints players and staff understand that as far as their situation goes it is a lot better than than the situation of many new orleans so they've been sure to reiterate we don't we don't have it bad. We're staying in a hotel. We're taking care of for so many other people you know. I've had friends that that. Try to drive memphis to houston to the surrounding areas. Understand the gridlock traffic. That faced understand that. You know we're gonna come back in. Some houses are going to be more.
"new orleans" Discussed on The Daily
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"new orleans" Discussed on The Daily
"Get to the library. They're about to close. I'm copying the tape uploading into my computer sending it off to my colleagues working on the episode. It makes it into the show the next day. It really helps make it shine. The whole effort is a success. And i'm telling you this. Because i don't think people realize that that level of teamwork and dedication goes into every episode that you hear of the daily. That sort of collaboration takes people. They take resources at take support from subscribers. So that's why i'm asking you to subscribe to the new york times so we can keep bringing you the daily everyday richard. You raised the question of how many residents of new orleans. We'll continue to stay in the city and how long they'll stay for. What did you mean by that. Well i mean. I grew up here and to me. This is always just like the the center of the universe and most new orleans people feel that way but i'm really increasingly concerned. About the stresses on so many of the people who've given the world this incredible culture food music and just the people who are here trying to live and get by and have a normal life. There's i think for a very long time going to be a group of very privileged. People are gonna live very well in new. And i'm staying in uptown new orleans right now and when i went on a walk this morning to go see if the grocery store was open you could hear the sound of privilege and it sounds like kind of the low home of gas power generator. That's keeping the blowing and some of these nicer homes and is allowing people to live through this thing with cold beer and you know to cook gumbo and keep a refrigerator running. And you know that really stands. In contrast with so many of the people. I talked to in so many people we know who have left your first a middle class person not to mention the working class person going out and staying in a hotel for four or five days with your kids it becomes very trying and of course For some people. It's just untenable and it can break them and for the poor. They have no way to get out. They're stuck in a very difficult situation without power. I just really wonder how long people are going to be able to stand this. If this is something that we see with more frequent and more powerful hurricanes are they going to want to stick it out even in a city that just generates a tremendous amount of love among its inhabitants. Yeah it sounds like for a lot of people in new orleans. They don't have the money to leave like they can't get a hotel room. They can't move themselves and their families out of town for a couple of days or maybe a couple of weeks and they also in some sense. Don't have the money to stay like. They can't get a generator. They can't do the things that would help them. Maintain a basic standard of living. Yeah i mean. I remember talking to a native new new orleans. Who's an old friend of mine after katrina. And i said well how how's the city fairing and he said to me. Well you know the people who were doing all right before the storm doing fine and the people who were kind of just on the bubble of doing all right. They're not doing very well right now. And then you know that doesn't even begin to describe what's happening to the people kind of economically below that level. I think warren buffett said you know when the tide goes out. You really know who's got their drawers on or not and you feel that after after a storm like this. And what has this reality of just constantly making these choices about leaving or staying. What does that meant for the city and its population as a whole will. We saw tremendous population decline after katrina. And you see cultures that were transformed in houston texas to cite one important example and atlanta where i live now there are just a lot more new orleans people there and one of the things that you heard i heard one guy say to me he was heading off to sugarland texas which is right by houston you know. He's he's packing up his car with his kids and family and stuff. Did you have people there. And he said yeah. I've got family there. They left and katrina and they never came back and it was the day before the sixteenth anniversary of katrina. You said you know we're going to go have a sweet sixteen reunion. The culture of new orleans is now kind of spread out you know from houston up to atlanta and beyond and it seems like to return to hurricane ida a little bit. There's this kind of metaphor that is sort of cer- forming in my mind about the sort of futility of trying to engineer our way out of a climate crisis because despite this fact of the levees this multibillion dollar infrastructure project actually working all this human ingenuity and political will that new orleans marshall to protect itself from another katrina level storm. It's still not somehow equal to the task of protecting the city from a storm and making the city into a place that people can live in thrive in even if they're not wealthy the amount of ingenuity and necessary hubris and vision that went into building this system around the city to me it just like it smacks of an old testament story. You know like the people built this thing right and then and then the lord was like yeah well good for you but guess what that's like one tenth of your problem solved right there. There is a huge swath of the gulf coast. A lot of it is is full of people who are just as worthy of saving as the people of new orleans. And where's their. Where's their wall. These hurricanes strike all over. The sea levels are rising all up and down the atlantic coast and beyond right i. I'm wondering about you. Mentioned there are places other than new orleans. That don't have this kind of infrastructure. These levees to protect themselves from flooding and from storms. How are they dealing with hurricane ida. Well you know. There are a lot of areas south and west. As i mentioned in a hurting really bad. There's a proposed project. it's kind of in. The works called them organza to the gulf project. It's very similar to the ring around new orleans that would contain some of these places like the city of home of louisiana. Which is you know kind of oil patch city and others but you know hurricanes are complex things in themselves know building a levee or a wall can help you prevent inundation from storm surge if you're lucky and smart but there's also the question of wind and there's also the question of rainfall and i think when you look at louisiana and much of the south including tennessee just the other day. A lot of these flooding events were having in this moment are coming from storms some of them unnamed kind of like day-to-day storms. That will just sit and park themselves over a community and just trash them and those are the kinds of problems that building. A wall really doesn't solve rishard in some sense what you're describing it. Sounds like is a great american city new orleans that has become if not uninhabitable due to climate disasters at least a lot harder and more expensive to keep open and livable and i'm also thinking about friends of mine privileged friends of mine. I guess who are planning to leave california for a few months this fall to get away from the fires and the smoke. And i guess. I'm just meditating. On the fact that in america because of climate change there are some people who are leaving home because they don't have any other choice and there are some people who are leaving home because they do their privileged enough to be able to move somewhere safer but both groups are leaving home. I think it's dawning on everybody. That so many people in our country are having to come up with a plan. B for the very most basic elements of their existence. Which is you know. sort. Of where do i need to be because of tragedy x. The problem that new orleans faces is a problem that so many communities face sometimes in a different guise with a different challenge. But it's become a universal fact of life for people all over the place right. I know that. Richard you're their new orleans reporting on this in your professional capacity but as someone who still has family there and who has spent a lot of time in new orleans. I'm wondering how you and your family are thinking about your own version of these questions. Whether new orleans is still the right place to be what new orleans will even be ten or twenty years from now you know these kinds of processes over such a long time line sometimes in this era of climate crisis. You know the way that i think. A lot of people myself included thought. About how a tragedy that would befall a city would happen are not quite accurate. It's not the godzilla who comes and destroys the city and five minutes breathing fire. It's an maybe it's not even katrina. You know where you know one day. You're dry the next day. You're eighty percent on water and there's more than a thousand people dead. You know the this longer term tragedy. That unfolds is the thing that i really. I'm really concerned about. 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"new orleans" Discussed on The Daily
"Richard hello. Hey kevin how are you. I'm doing okay how are you. I'm good i'm here. Where are you. I am in my parents house in uptown new orleans they've evacuated and we're trying to figure out right now whether like tens of thousands of people whether it's going to be okay for them to come back without electricity. It's just really really a slog here. It looks pretty dark there. Do you have power. So how are you. You're just talking to us because you have a lot of chargers for your cell phone or something. Yeah exactly run off a batteries and it's just becomes this this constant kind of juggling active running stuff off your car charging batteries lying in the in the tennessee williams sense on the kindness of strangers. And who are some of the people you've been and talking to well. After the storm. I kind of set out and visited a few parts of the city to see how people you have a hard time getting by on a sunny day or doing so one of the places i headed to was new orleans. East which is a low lying very flood-prone part of the city. There is a apartment complex in new orleans. East called the willows which was badly damaged in hurricane katrina. It's been fixed up and a lot of working class. People were living there. Hey what's your name. My name's andrew. How do you spell dontrelle deal including dontrelle anderson. What do you do for a living right. Now i'm here to the ball in street to street a real and i work around the bond. Okay now. also he's a guy his thirty s. He was on a bicycle. His car's in the shop and he was trying to think creatively about how to think his way out of a place. That was incredibly hot. An incredibly unpleasant like right. Now i'm coverlet riding around. Look somebody to help me get him. I try to have leaks. I fully gone on your car right. So you'd want it to get out of town but you couldn't because you had slowly on the time i don't have leaks on the ties but is like i know i mean i could've went to ban rules here here now. What i do when i get them. What would it cost me going. Yeah so the problem. The don drill many people in the city of new orleans faces is Pretty basic and also pretty tragic done drills case It was a question of having access to a car that could get him out of this kind of this zone of suffering.
"new orleans" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"But i think if the pacers were trading savona sir asking for lot back the should i it for me. It would depend on. What's lined up for for stephen adams. I'm i'm not making any type of big commitment to start addressing hundred. I'm not trying to make any type of commitment into another big frankly like i'm tired of giving up acids for first centers In i would like investors in perimeter players are in wings. But i like the bonus a lot. And i think he'd be really good. Fit with zion but it really would depend on what they have lined up for atoms and but if if they had a legitimate trade leonard for adams where they're not attaching a pick for then sure i think lonzo signing trade lonzo kill a pick would be worth entertaining after all right well. This was awesome man. I really appreciate you taking the time Do you have anything you want to plug before you got here now. You guys can follow me at fear. The brown and A fantastic name by the way always. I always get a good chuckle. When i see twitter name so at brown and then if you wanna if you liked listening to me here i do have a podcast. It's called in the know which is an oh like new orleans. So it's in the know and i hosted with mason ginsburg who is also a pelicans writer. Infant awesome will champion. Thank you again for coming on man. Everyone of course follow everything that he does all have wants to work down below and of course as well thank you for listening to have a good day..
"new orleans" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
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"new orleans" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"While. I. It should because. It stuck with me. I. Keep Thinking about that girl who left her windowpane put. Who? Anyway Oh my gosh I worry that is the mysterious story of. The axeman of New Orleans. Well, if we've learned anything today, it's to have a steel back door and never open. Your windows also may be listening to jazz couldn't hurt as always if you want to dive deeper, we can hook you up with the resources on our website at Farside chats dot com. You can also do us a solid and follow us on facebook and Instagram at fireside chats next week run a talk about cares biggest fear children who kill prepare yourself and be ready to laugh because care will be so uncomfortable talking about this, I personally cannot wait. It's a jungle out there y'all. So make good choices and be aware of your surroundings will.
"new orleans" Discussed on Far Side Chats
"All right folks settle in because today we're in. . New Orleans. . So, , nineteen eighteen to nineteen nineteen I'll carry we've got some pretty big stuff going on here. . There's a lot of names. . And quite frankly there's just a lot of information so I'm really just going to go. . Bare. . Bones. . Here's the information kinda thing. . Okay. . That makes sense. . Perfect. . So. . New Orleans. . We're in nineteen eighteen. . For, , those of you who don't know our New Orleans is it's in Louisiana. . Continuing may twenty third of nineteen eighteen? ? So it is sticky hot in Louisiana New Orleans. . For, , those of you who don't come from the south of the United States, , it gets a really stupid humid and really stupid <unk> around this. . Time of year okay. . Like, , miserable miserable like it's weather you wear as what we say it's growth. . -actly. . But. . Honestly I don't know if it was any different back then you know climate change and all that. . Probably not. . Anyway so During this time. . The town of New Orleans was. . Just. . Terrified for their lives and I'm going to get into exactly why here in a moment but Let's talk about. . The first victim occur. . Protect Victims I. . Guess. . So we've got Joseph and Katherine go on May Twenty Third Nineteen eighteen like I said. . They owned a grocery store and they lived in a little apartment like above the. . Grocery. Store. . . They were both Italian Americans hard working <hes> they. . Were pretty much part of the community I mean they own a grocery store so You know people know him some people like them. . It was also a weird time. . and. . that. . It was a time that was. . Racially. . Distraught almost <hes> people didn't necessarily Really. . Get along with other races. . Sure, , so you know. . We can relate. . Yeah. . It doesn't feel that different from now. . Yeah. . Yeah. . So it's nice to know that one hundred years ago. . People were still stupid yet. . So. . They own this grocery store they lived above it and the night of May twenty third they. . Were attacked in their, , apartment? ? He had his skull fractured <hes> by his own acts and his throat was slit with razor. . And she. . Her throat had also been cut. . And she actually died choking on her own blood. . Oh my gosh. . How terrifying? ? Yeah. . That was the first of the whole thing and it was absolutely terrible. . So you'll hear a lot of me saying <hes> that the victim owned their axe on the acts that. . was used against them or that there was a panel chiseled out of. . One of the doors to get into the house. . Okay. . Okay. . Intriguing. . Yeah. . So just keep ears out for that. . Okay, , they're ready they're ready and prepared. . Okay. . So. . The MAGGIO's died. . I two victims right there came. . Okay both Italian. . Americans. . Now. . We've got to other people. . On June twenty seventh Lewis, , Bessemer and his mistress Harriet low. . were. . Sleeping. . In. . Bed. . As. . One does. . and. . <hes> late in the night they you know got their heads bashed in by Bessemer. . Zone acts. . He actually was very fortunate and that he live <hes> unfortunately Harry it did in fact die. . Oh my goodness. . That makes three actual victims. . One is living. . I wonder how all Lewis survived that. . Girl. . I don't know but I think people back in the day had very hard heads because there's a few more that. . Show my goodness. . Okay boiler but. . I'm like, , how on Earth do you live through? ? An axe bashing your head in. . Yeah. . No kidding. . That's insane. . So. . Just tally up the count again, , we've got four victims. . Re Dead. . came. . So he's got a pretty good running. . Statistic. . Yep. . Next we have Anna Schneider. . On August fifth. . Anna was. . Asleep. . She was also eight months pregnant. . She was no. . Yeah. . She was twenty eight years old and she lived on L. Myra, , street which I only put in because I used to live on an. . L., , Myra straight. . That's crazy. . What a weird coincidence I know. . Anyway so Anish neider was home alone. . Her husband was off working late <hes> and so she. . Has I'm assuming eight months pregnant ladies are got tired and so she
"new orleans" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"Well when I was growing up I mean I'm I'm an older person and the my grandmother's my grandparents house had no air conditioning. And in Louisiana in the summertime it's really hot. And so they had lawn furniture out back in a big pecan tree. And after you know we would eat we would sit outside and sometimes every now, and then there'd be a slight breeze and and we drink ice tea and. my grandmother would Who Grew. Up in, Mississippi. Would tell. Those. Stories. Let's here's. Stores at your grandma told. You know I I can't remember everyone of them I'm you know I'm like you a lot of them would end it would be dark and it would they would be frightening and scary and. Bloody bones stuff like that and and I'm not sure you know. But she did tell one that she swears up and down that You know she'd been at a friend's house and then went back home. You know after dark, which was Kind of her father was you know not too happy about it. So she snuck in and when she did she saw ghost. And scared the daylights out over. And you know I'm the stories not much more than that but you know she. And And I. Believe Her because you know I've. I've seen a ghost here in my house. It's just you know. It's if if you're tell us. Yeah, well, if you lock your mind down, you know you say, well, there's no such thing. Then you're gonna not see a lot of stuff that's their right in front of your eyes but one night I was. Going into the kitchen to you know, ride the refrigerator. And I saw a shadow. and. There was know kind of a night light on in the kitchen and it was a woman. And it was an. She had A. If you. If you could imagine, she had like an old hat with a black veil and address it came down to you know to the floor that was black. And I couldn't see her face but and and look, and then it was more. You see something and then you question yourself you said well, I didn't really see that. But you know sometimes you really did and I did and you know she turned around and went back in the kitchen. Then when I went there, there was no one there. So, what do you think about that? there's another lady in Black I'm going to. I know when the movie lady and Black came out. All right The next day I had close thirty emails of people telling me that they saw the lady in black. You know like they to talk about the top hat. That they see all. Is a thing with the lady in the long black dress in the black male. Is All the same people or their different women. This does the same person. You guys Ling the same person. Who is the lady in black was her back I don't know all I know is I saw her that would be a good story right about block. Yeah like was her biography what she like why she in black because she mourning the loss of a loved one husband. Business partner he and his wife lived in New Orleans and they were living on. The. Second floor of this one old building in the French quarter and they heard something and like..
"new orleans" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"On today's very special yet out of town episode guys. Hollywood paranormal travels to New Orleans. Yes join us as I travel to my hometown over the holidays where not only got the opportunity fraternity to sit down and enjoy some good old fashioned New Orleans cuisine and some Ben Yays but I also have the opportunity to sit down with the Buddha Queen of New Orleans Herself Bloody Mary join me on my sit down interview as I travel to her house which happens to be haunted. And we sit sit down and discuss about New Orleans Boudou and Hoodoo along with some very interesting New Orleans characters. I know them as Marie. Lavaux Jean Lafitte. Feet and the infamous tragic madam. Laurie stick around longer during the interview to find out whom out of the three actually crashed our interview. Definitely don't WANNA miss out. We also discuss about bloody. Marys haunted museum which is in the heart of the French border along with her help. In the new madame lorries as motion picture deathly. Don't miss out guys. We talk about Lou Hoodoo ghosts and of course my favorite city of all my hometown New Orleans so join us impact the light bag since we are going to travel beyond the California state lines and into Louisiana by I you territory join us go around the city and discuss some of the most interesting and spooky is parts of New Orleans with one of the best best tour guides and Buddha Queen herself bloody Mary so grasp. I'm comfortable shoes. You rudol or your Gregory bag as we head head deep into the cell and we head into my city and that's Voodoo city. Let's get holly weird in New Orleans..
"new orleans" Discussed on FoodStuff
"That quote that you heard at the top was from Dr Jessica Harris whose ager analyst podcast her in the author of several books exploring African and Caribbean food ways that quote, the south is north from here fundamentally changed how we thought about New Orleans. She wasn't the only one who said it either. We heard it echoed from Dr Howard Conyers who is both a barbecue pit master and an actual rocket scientist. Also, New Orleans is very much a different city from the rest of the south isn't really a different city from the rest of United States. The international. City. I will say is definitely the northernmost Caribbean city to start thinking about the Haitian revolution into who owned. Territories is certain time before New Orleans became part of the United States in a food experiences up in a part of I don't think today anywhere else. We spoke with might be a little biased. But if you go there, you feel it and everyone talked about it. Here's Katie Cass Burien co owner of our knows a restaurant that celebrated its hundredth birthday last year. People celebrate a Monday, like it's, you know, not happen again the next week. I, and that's what I say that people have joie to be here that's unmatched. And you know, it doesn't have to be anything really crazy going on that people are just out one have a good time into this from the general manager Christopher Horner over at the Bombay club it cocktail bar in the heart of the French quarter. You Orleans is like New Orleans city I've ever been in. As a great feel all the time. It's comfortable if not perfect, and that's that's that's New Orleans. And here's Rebecca shatman, the general manager at broussard's, another one of the city's oldest restaurants. There's no other place. Like, there's nowhere else that you can walk and feel the history, but also feeling gauged with your food and your senses. And this the vibrancy, and there's it's just a feeling, you know, it's the people it's the environment. It's the history. It's the culture it's how we continue to honor the past but really wanna push forward. As author William Faulkner once wrote the past isn't dead in New Orleans that was also echoed by a tourist leader that I my first time in New Orleans, it's a ghost tour. And he said he said it this way, the dead, don't stay dead and. Orleans. We experienced while. We were there the dead people part. But well well coming from Atlanta where things over ten years older torn down. We all felt this history in the air, restaurants or bars made Goldstone above ground. Cemetery is not to mention ghost or upon ghost tour and go story upon ghost story. We missed are scheduled ghost tour, and I'm still so mad about it. But our interviewees made up for it. How anyway. Yeah. Especially doing a show about food. The history of New Orleans is very present. You can tell the whole story of the city through food and drink so a quick history lesson. Brief because Norrland's is as mentioned and intimidating fifty to tackle. Oh, yeah. We've probably left things out. We're sorry. We're trying to not become a like forty hour New Orleans podcast. I wouldn't be opposed per se. No, it would be a shift action. In sixteen eighty to explore Rene Robak heavy so Delasalle claimed the Mississippi and its entire basin for France naming the region for his king Louis the fourth prior to that the Spanish had explored the area a bit, but not really done anything with it other than leave behind a few diseases. That would you know wreak havoc on the indigenous peoples who had been there for at least six thousand years, these were primarily HD macho who foraged cultivated and hunted all sorts of foods pecans Sassafras, which was ground to make a feeling which is a Tickner for soups, stews, they had corns and beans and squash, and tomatoes, crawfish, and oysters and alligator and ducks and deer and bison..