Evangeline’s Cajun Kitchen – Chicken Lazone

September 4, 2020

Welcome to the third edition of Evangeline’s Cajun Kitchen! I’m grateful for another week to cook what I love and share it with all of you. So thanks for coming back, and for those of you who are new, you are much appreciated as well and might wanna check out our previous recipes for Jambalaya […]

The Progressive’s Weekend: 10/5 – 10/7

October 5, 2018

Past policies, beyond bickering and right at the doorstep of our inner child, this is The Progressive’s Weekend! Almost everyone has had their eyes glued to C-SPAN and news channels following the conclusion and potential confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. Buried beneath it all, including new-ish revelations of President Trump’s questionable tax history, has been this […]

Truth, Technology, and Fun: New Orleans’s Public Libraries

September 1, 2018

My interest in libraries dimmed with time. They were a place for me to grab some books and return them (often with steep fines). With Netflix, Spotify and Amazon, especially its Kindle Unlimited service available to me, libraries seemed to be obsolete. And like any self-centered person, I assumed if they were obsolete for me, they would soon be obsolete for everyone else as well. The reality is otherwise, and for me, quite surprising.

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