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James Haralson, Davie Shoring.
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In a recent report from WDSU, Davie Shoring moved a massive 280-ton building to the Pontchartrain RV park, which eliminated the potential for significant waste spreading to landfills.
The City, the NCAA, and Coke take charge to clean up New Orleans
By James Haralson
Local businesses and the New Orleans city government are tackling recycling as a major goal for 2012.
Just outside the city in Harahan, Coca-Cola is making an effort to improve packaging, waste management, and recycling education through its campaign, “Recycle New Orleans”.
Last week on a Arizona tarmac President Barack Obama had a feisty run-in with Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, which led to Brewer waving her finger in the President’s face.
It was later revealed that President Obama took issue with how he was portrayed in Brewer’s book, Scorpions for Breakfast.
It was extremely inappropriate for Brewer to stick her finger in the President’s face, and it was unwise for Obama to get flustered about something that was written about him. But the most notable critique on the incident comes from MSNBC pundits, who argue that Brewer’s finger pointing was a sign of disrespect for the office of President.
A day after the most recent GOP debate in Tampa, Florida, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich continues his assault on what he perceives as a coordinated effort by the media to derail the conservative movement.
In an interview on Fox and Friends, Gingrich criticized NBC moderator Brian Williams and the network for asking the crowd to remain silent in last night’s debate.
by James Haralson, Feature Writer
Just two years removed from Hurricane Katrina, Phoenix Recycling President David McDonough was unsure of how the New Orleans community would continue to embrace his curbside recycling program.
“I was mostly worried about the logistics.” McDonough recalled. “We were kind of wondering what the city was going to do, and were disappointed that there weren’t many recycling options.”
by James Haralson, LifeCity Writer
2011 will be known as a significant year for the New Orleans city government’s effort to clean up the community, and one of those achievements was the reinstatement of the city’s “Keep New Orleans Beautiful” campaign.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced in April the city had established the Keep New Orleans Beautiful organization. In an interview with the Times-Picayune, city officials said this was the first time New Orleans established a massive cleanup program since Hurricane Katrina.
James breaks down some of the key elements in this weekend’s big matchup between no.1 LSU and no. 2 Alabama.
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by James Haralson, LifeCity Writer
At the top of any city-wide environmental department is a Director who presents a passionate vision for the community. For Charles Allen, Director of Coastal and Environmental Affairs, this vision is strong and detailed.
Charles’ vision focuses on four main areas: public education, community involvement, policy development, and broad-based initiatives.
This week Republican Presidential hopeful Herman Cain unveiled a new campaign ad, which has drawn criticism from some political pundits.
In the 56-second commercial, Cain’s Chief of Staff Mark Block addresses the audience showing his support for Cain. Immediately after Block’s call to action, Krista Branch’s I am America blasts on, and we see Block look straight into the camera and smoke a cigarette. The commercial ends on a very tight shot of Herman Cain’s face, which slowly goes from a stern look to grinning at the camera.
After nearly three and a half years since Viva La Vida or Death and All its Friends, Coldplay have released their latest album, Mylo Xyloto, which introduces a theme of addiction with a space backdrop.
This album’s release date was consistently pushed back as Coldplay continued working on it, but the wait was well worth as I believe this is their best album to date.