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Sounds of a post Katrina New Orleans

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Katrina, NOLA online, Public figures, Podcast

With a title like that, you would think this was a podcast, but alas I will not be uploading a podcast today. The Blogathon schedule and a baby prep class last night kept me from finishing the recording, so I'm delaying for a day or so. FYI, I recorded every lecture at the Rising Tide 2 conference and I hope to edit down my recordings to something cool. In the mean time, to tide you over til tomorrow I've gone through the old episodes of the podcast and picked out a couple of good one for you to head back to nostalgically.

Podcast 16 featured an interview with a friend of mine, Troy Grzych. Troy is a professional Graphic Designer who returned to the city right after the storm for his family, job and his wife's job (she is my hero, a teacher in Jefferson Parish at a Title 1 public school). The podcast is a real normal New Orleanian discusses why he came back.

Podcast 14 features an interview with MattVaughn Black and Robert Starnes. The interview includes music from the New Orleans BINGO! Show and joking around about the state of music and the recovery. Lots of cool stuff in this one.

Podcast 4 is one of my best interviews so far (and the first). I sat down with the President... of Basin Street Records and talked about Katrina's effect on the New Orleans music industry and listened to some of his label's music. Plus I got to hear the real story behind the music tent at Jazz Fest in 2006.

Well, enjoy all the old podcasts. If you would like to be interviewed on a podcast (and talk to me about New Orleans and more) feel free to contact me with the tips page on the right.

What's going on here? Why am I posting so much? Today, in honor of Katrina I am attempting another 24 hour 24 post blogathon.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast FINAL: Goodbyes and interview with Path of Destruction co-author Mark Schleifstein

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Katrina, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the last Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I give my podcast good byes and interview the most important expert I know, my dad. Mark Schleifstein is the co-author of Path of Destruction: The Devastation of New Orleans & the Coming Age of Superstorms (note: I am the current webmaster of the official book site and Mark is my dad) and a reporter for the Times Picayune who covers environmental issues and hurricanes (and more). Welcome Good byes and the reasons for the delay the interview with my dad The future of New Orleans The Levees Lakeview, Gentilly and the Ninth Ward Katrina and Rita's effect on the Ninth Ward Politics Sports A bright future with new engineering projects and lots of jobs Thanks

Thanks for listening to the last 35 episodes of this podcast. Its been great telling you my thoughts every week and talking about the city.

Update: there was an error in the filename of the podcast, fixed now.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #34: Locks of Love, VITTER RESIGN (please) and more

1969-12-31

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It's time for the thirty-fourth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll talk about a Saint getting his locks of love trimmed, Bobby Jindal's hypocracy about Sens Vitter and Craig, UNO and more. Welcome Steve Gleason gets a trim for Locks of Love Dear Bobby Jindal, Why should Sen. Craig resign (or not) and not Sen. David Hypocrit Hooker-user Adulter Vitter? Reggie Bush and Peyton Manning get even UNO gets more New Orleans will never fully recover Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #33: Mud slinging, new councilman, Rising Tide 2

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, News, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the thirty-third Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll talk about the governor's race, the new city councilman, and Rising Tide 2. Welcome Governor's race muck raking
YouTubed commercials Adrastos roundup Your Right Hand Thief's take New Orleans Metblog's NaginForGovernor.com annoyance a new city councilman
primary Oct 20, 2007 what is the best choice? Blogging New Orleans links of the week
Amanda's New Orleans acrostic Mallory's Where to Shop: B-Native My Lakeview Neighborhood Market roundup Matt's start to the Pal's discussion Jennifer's Brad Pitt write up Kelly's Plumbing woes Rising Tide 2 Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #32: Convention Center rename, Hurricane evac kit, Lead beads, and City Council

1969-12-31

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It's time for the thirty-second Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll talk convention center names, hurricane evacuation kits, lead Mardi Gras beads, City Council recommendations, Office Depot, and more. Welcome don't rename the convention center NOAA's hurricane supply kit Office Depot school kid backpack giveaway lead in Mardi Gras beads? who to pick for City Council Blogging New Orleans links of the week
Matt's feature on the failing infrastructure around our city Amanda's start of an acrostic on loving New Orleans Kelly's call for a crime crackdown Mallory's NOLApic choice Thanks listening to our city

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #31: Web 2.0 NOLA, another promise, Landrieu and the Saints

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Public figures, Podcast, Our Saints

It's time for the thirty-first Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll talk web 2.0 NOLA, another possibly broken promise, Mary Landrieu's petition, and the Saints. Welcome Blogging New Orleans YouTube group phoned in podcast Blog Talk Radio TalkShoe A question of broken promises FWD: Senator Mary Landrieu's plea to Bush against a veto Saints' game this Friday will be better than Sunday's RisingTideNOLA Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #30: a commitment, a race, a baseball, and a pinup

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, NOLA online, Out and about, Performances, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the thirtieth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll talk speeches, governor's race, the World War 2 Museum, and rollergirl calendar. Welcome via the Chicory, a speech of commitments governor's race qualifying is sept 4-6
advertising and fundraising numbers, a Jindal-Rove connection? More Jindal questions here via Digg, the World War 2 Museum's Baseball conference The Big Easy Rollergirls calendar shoot (possibly NSFW) Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #29: blogger discussions, dogs, art, entergy, and Katrina

1969-12-31

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It's time for the twenty-ninth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I got a few of the other bloggers for Blogging New Orleans to talk to me about New Orleans issues. (We are hoping to make this some sort of regular installment.
Pal's dogs white linen night dirty linen night Dr. Pou not indicted DA issues NOPD fundraisers
should all the blame be in one place? small businesses big easy? returning and progress sewer system changes entergy bills housing questions leaving New Orleans clothing you can only wear in New Orleans Mardi Gras, not in New Orleans final thoughts do you listen?

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #28: football football football, DIYlife, Dr Pou, and Vitter

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, News, Out and about, Performances, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-eighth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'm talking about football, a new blog sibling, Pou and Vitter.
Welcome Will the NFL Draft New Orleans? Arena Bowl XXI ABC26 coverage DIYlife drywall holes GMC hobby combo kit giveaway mosquito repellent Pou sues Foti Blogging Pou support rally Vitter on fire Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #27: David Vitter must RESIGN for the good of Louisiana

1969-12-31

Filed under: Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-seventh Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll discuss the return of Essence Fest to New Orleans.
Welcome Thursday night wine tasting at Cork and Bottle in Mid-City Fix the Pumps retires no Starbucks on Jackson Square Jennifer Jordan rant Vitter's past finally gets him, now he should resign Melancon feels for the Vitter family (scroll down in article) Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #26: Essence Fest!!!

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, News, Out and about, Performances, Public figures, Music, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-sixth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week we'll discuss the return of Essence Fest to New Orleans.
Welcome Essence Fest Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Seminar Senator Barak Obama opens NOLA.com on Essence WWL on Essence Essence Fest blog Finis promo Thanks

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #25: NOMMUG, Finis, and an incorrect Slidell protest

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, News, Out and about, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-fifth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'm talking to four members of the local Adobe User Group about New Orleans and technology and discussing the state of the Slidell courthouse.
Welcome The boot David Robinson Crawford Carroll Derek Toten WTUL 91.5 FM Craig Clarkson Finis: book of endings to give people new beginnings courthouse in disrepair Jesus complains Thanks

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #24: $50K for City Park, NHC director, and a library

1969-12-31

Filed under: Katrina, News, City life, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-fourth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'll be asking for you to vote for City Park to win $50,000, about how the National Hurricane Center Director is being criticized for doing his job and about that new library in Mid-City.

Introduction campaignforyourcause.com Lafreniere Park rebuilds City Park rebuilds National Hurricane Center head criticized for doing his job first-draft.com Clarion Ledger AP article Miami Herald article the letter (pdf) Contact NHC and say "You're Awesome!" Mid-City Neighborhood Association on new library Mid-City Branch Library announcement Thanks

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #23: New Orleans East drive home and dogs unleashed

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-third Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon (sorry I'm late, had some uploading issues earlier today). Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'll be taking you on a listening tour of my ride home from work through New Orleans East and a rant on selfish dog walkers in City Park.
Welcome explain City Park dog walkers who ignore leash laws annoy me driving down I-10 through New Orleans East the High rise of beauty Thanks

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Blogging New Orleans podcast 22: Jefferson indictment, Saints jinx, Deja Vu review, and more

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Katrina, News, Public figures, City life, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-second Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon (sorry I'm late, had some uploading issues earlier today). Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'll be talking about our congressman, a Saints Jinx and the movie Deja Vu.
Welcome excuses, excuses Jefferson indictment Black caucus issues
Jindal and Jefferson aren't there now Who will replace him? Saints jinxed by Peter King via AOL Sports Deja Vu Review Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast 21: Song response, Nagin's waste, and the return of Chris Rose

1969-12-31

Filed under: Katrina, News, NOLA online, Performances, Public figures, Podcast

It's time for the twenty-first Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon (sorry I'm late, had some uploading issues earlier today). Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'll be playing a song that was given to us are part of last week's plea for theme songs (keep sending them in), making a Chris Rose promise and talking about the $100,000 waste from the mayor..
Welcome Music request: email me more songs Thanks to Varg at the Chicory for his suggestion and hook up Romy Kaye and Craig Cortello of SONOMA sent over a great one for this week Chris Rose Returns after being missed for a month
a future interview promise Nagin wastes a $100K to get some PR for himself and ignores the existence of the New Orleans Convention and Visitor's Bureau Road Home ends July 31! "New Orleans is the One I Love" by SONOMA Thanks

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #20: theme song request, PTSD, Bayou Boogaloo, Greek Fest, 25th best relocation

1969-12-31

Filed under: Culture, Family, Food, Music, City life, Podcast

It's time for the twentieth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon (sorry I'm late, had some uploading issues earlier today). Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I am making a special request for local music to play on future podcast (theme songs anyone?) plus discussion of NOLA PTSD, Bayou Boogaloo, Greek Fest, and the 25th best city to relocate to.
Welcome Music request: email me those songs PTSD in New Orleans That's Fit MedicineNet.com Dart Center's Mission Possible blog Bayou Boogaloo Greek Fest Relocate to the 25th best city Thanks

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #19: Interview with Guymon Adams of Revere Radio's Dead City Chronicles

1969-12-31

Filed under: Recovery & rebuilding, Katrina, News, NOLA online, Music, Podcast

It's time for the nineteenth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'm interviewing Guymon Adams of the Revere Radio Network's Dead City Chronicles.
Welcome Guymon Adams Austin, TX Revere Radio Dead City Chronicles God's Little Toy Dance of Deceit by Guymon Adams on Dead Flowers in Heart Shaped Boxes (iTunes)
on Medivak Records
west Texas music influence musical influences outsider's perspective understanding Katrina community struggle expatriate New Orleanians outsiders questions and curiousity Why We Came Back Thanks to Guymon and Adam

This podcast is almost a 'betacast' and should be treated as such. We don't have theme music yet, but in the future we hope to have that and interviews with movers and shakers from around our fair city. If you would like to be interviewed on the podcast feel free to contact us via the tips page or the comments below.

EDIT: FYI, the music in this podcast is copyrighted and owned by its creator, Guymon Adams. If you like please purchase some for yourself.

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Blogging New Orleans podcast #18: Jazz Fest and Mother's Day in New Orleans

1969-12-31

Filed under: Out and about, Public figures, Jazz Fest, Podcast

It's time for the eighteenth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I'll talk about the Jazz Fest content Blogging New Orleans put up during the last two weeks and a great idea for Mother's Day.
Welcome thanks for Jazz Fest Blogging New Orleans Flickr Pool Jazz Fest cultural round table with Lt. Governor Mitch Landrieu Mother's Day afternoon tea: Victoria Inn Ritz-Carlton Windsor Court
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Blogging New Orleans podcast #17: Live from the Mayday Noise parade

1969-12-31

Filed under: Culture, Out and about, Performances, Music, City life, Podcast

It's time for the seventeenth Blogging New Orleans podcast. Each week I record a podcast about all things New Orleans on Tuesday evening and upload it for all of you to listen to on Wednesday afternoon. Comments, questions, concerns? Comment on this post or contact us via the tips link on the site. This week I join MattVaughn Black and Robert Starnes and the rest of the Noisician Coalition for a special Mayday Noise Parade through the French Quarter. We started at One Eyed Jack's moved on the Flanagan's then on to the R Bar, over to Pravda and ending at the Whirling Dervish. The music is completely original and definitely odd. This is basically part 2 of podcast 14.
Welcome The Noisician Coalition Matt Vaughn Black explains why May 1st More Noise Flanagan's bartender quote Even more Noise Thanks Ending with Noise

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