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The Global Obsession You Love to Hate

Relevant Listening: Bring Me Down, Kanye West in 2005
‘Everybody feel a way about K but at least y’all feel something’.

Kanye ended his headline set at Glastonbury by proclaiming himself ‘the greatest living rockstar on the planet’. 217 more words

Kanye West

Why I Wish London Was Always As Hot As New Orleans

This week London felt just a little bit more like New Orleans than usual, thanks to temperatures in the 30s (that’s in the 90s for any of y’all reading this in America). 476 more words

London

Feel Good Friday | R&B Diva Gives Back in the Big Easy

Kelly Price may be too booked for  R&B Divas: Hollywood but she made time to spoil Big Easy residents this week.

Capitalizing on Essence Fest buzz, the balladeer joined the bishop and first lady of Beacon Light International  Cathedral in Louisiana to lend a helping hand to pamper Hurricane Katrina survivors. 117 more words

Hurricane Katrina

The Mikie Cycle

Most of us have lost at least one pet in our lifetimes, some of us have lost many. Usually there is one who stands out from the others as that special animal friend who is part of the family. 1,604 more words

Poetry

9th ward family almost home after 10 years

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we’re telling the story of people’s journeys as they go forward.

Imagine if that journey involved a 10-year struggle to get in your home?  501 more words

News With A Twist

Love never fails for Avery Johnson

NATCHITOCHES, La. – Avery Johnson spread the love big time Saturday night.

I think he told everybody but me, “I love you, I love you, I love you,” at the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame banquet Saturday night. 587 more words

SEC News

Hurricane Season (2009)

I came across Hurricane Season by chance looking for some fresh basketball themed material. A solid cast headed by Forest Whitaker in the lead and with a unique premise; High school coach refuses to give up on his team after Hurricane Katrina decimates his community, uses the sport to unify it – it looked worth a shot. 370 more words

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