i was thinking do like famous streets (bourbon street in new orleans, broadway, hollywood blvd, and another one that i haven’t yet thought of.)
is my idea a good one and do you think people would like it? what are some other good ideas- i know they’ve done western, board games, decades, disney movies, mardi gras (we live in louisiana), and the list goes on. i was thinking sports also but idk if they have done it yet.
thanks for advice!
Streets are a really good… and can be a fun challenge to decorate. You could do eras, like the 1950′s sock hop… and require a costume for everyone ! Poodle skirts and guys with grease in their hair… and so on ! Good luck with the dance !
Dr. Aloysius X. L. Pendergast is a fictional character appearing in novels by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
In the novels, Pendergast is a special agent with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He is a favorite among fans for his unique personality, appreciation of culture and his almost supernatural competence. He works out of the New Orleans, Louisiana branch of the FBI, but frequently travels out of state to investigate cases which interest him, namely those appearing to be the work of serial killers.
Holy cow, I love Pendergast. I’ve been reading those books for years. If I had to choose an actor to play him, Crispin Glover. If he dyed his hair. He’s tall and pale and intense, and a little creepy, like Pendergast. But I have a feeling no one would be able to live up to the readers’ expectations.
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Kelly Wells, vice president of tourism at the Shreveport-Bossier Convention & Tourist Bureau, talks about the North Louisiana Travel Outlook Conference, Aug. 3, 2010, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Bossier Civic Center. For details or to register go to http://www.shreveport-bossier.org/partners/outlook
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MSNBC, July 29, 2010 at 5:30 p.m.
Rather interesting behavior by a ‘reporter’ who uses BP employees and federal contractors as sources. (at 0:52 in)
(Headline takes place at 4:30 in)
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Probably the most popular Cajun dish is the Gumbo. Just about anything can be used to make a gumbo from chicken to wild game to seafood. This one was cooked on a wood stove. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at http://www.thebayougardener.com
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Whatever happened to LSU assistant football coachTravelle Gaines? Is LSU currently paying their players?
Last year, LSU assistant strength coach, Travelle Gaines has been accused of violating Louisiana state agent regulations by inviting student-athletes to his home to meet a sports agent and suggesting the agent should represent the athletes.
What is NCAA doing about this? Did LSU paid NCAA to ignore this case?
Root for USC
USC is the best team ever!!
Show me a source. Getting awful nervous about LSU staying in the hunt for the Championship, which USC is out of now.
A slide show presentation of the Cultural and Heritage of the World wide Creole People especially the Louisiana Creoles and a Photo gallery of Our Creole and Mulatto women…
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Louisiana Music Factory JazzFest In-Store 2009
Celebrating the opening of their new movie
The Promised Land
April 30, 2009
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New Orleans Bill, “The Creole Potato Salad Man” discusses how he got his Creole Potato Salad into major supermarkets around the Country. Done 7/2009 on San Francisco TV.
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like Geux Tigers or something.
I don’t get it because I saw that about geaux Tigers on sports center.
It is a word play on the Cajun community. It is not French for go.