Louisiana wetlands: Last chance
Other New Orleans news:
"Submitting a claim for a staggering $77 billion, the city of New Orleans joined tens of thousands of would-be plaintiffs who rushed to beat a Thursday deadline to alert the Army Corps of Engineers that they may sue for losses resulting from the levee breaches after Hurricane Katrina." More here.
Check out this new blog of Minnesota United Way volunteers in Louisiana: http://unitedwaytwincities.typepad.com/lettersfromlouisiana/
"Katrina: Changing winds?" (below)
Recently posted elsewhere:"Nightmare on Oak Street: Minnesota Film Arts downsizes its festival, prepares to sell off its screen" (City Pages 3/7/07), (comment thread at MNSpeak), "Squatter's Rights" (City Pages 3/7/07), "Meatball therapy in the Ninth Ward" (Culture to Go 3/6/07), "The Next Big Thing: Little Man singer Chris Perricelli takes his shot" (City Pages 2/28/07), (comment thread at Blotter), An announcement (DUNation 2/28/07), "Army Defense: Greatest Band of All Time" (Culture to Go 2/26/07), "If You Lived Here, You'd Be Gone By Now: Katrina documentaries talk, argue, and ultimately fall silent before disaster" (City Pages 2/14/07), "Neil Gaiman: Break-in at DreamHaven Books" (Culture to Go 2/16/07), "Zero-gravity sex: Pigs in space?" (Culture to Go 2/8/07), "Slug on MTV tonight" (Culture to Go 2/4/07), "Molly Ivins, R.I.P." (Culture to Go 2/1/07), "3 Questions: Jus Rhyme" (Culture to Go 1/30/07), "'The Ballad of Jill Hennessy' lives on" (Culture to Go 1/30/07), "Lady Sovereign has Minneapolis girlfriend?" (Culture to Go 1/28/07), CD review: Trampled by Turtles: Trouble (City Pages 1/14/07), (previous roundup)
Expanded New Orleans/Katrina links: