Red Beans for Hurricane Relief

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Cure will provide cocktails.  All profits will benefit @wckitchen and @southern_salt_found for continued relief efforts for Houston and Puerto Rico.  Tickets available on the Coquette website.

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50% sale at Kitchen Witch Cookbooks this Friday!

 It’s that time again! Rent is due and the inventory surpasses the customers! So…Half Off thru Friday on ALL pre-owned books. YES, that includes rare and out-of-print! Nine thousand cookbooks to peruse.
11:00AM – 5:30PM
Street parking
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Kitchen Witch is a full-scale Cookbook, music and local art shop in the heart of the Bayou Road Triangle.

Bill Borah, who steered an interstate away from the New Orleans riverfront, dies at 79 

The entire French Quarter (and Treme) should stand up in unison and salute Bill.

“The expressway, which would have eliminated pedestrian access to the river, was envisioned as part of the interstate highway system. It was the brainchild of the New York City planner Robert Moses, who had proposed it in 1946 as a symbol of progress that, he said, would alleviate French Quarter traffic. In his vision, the expressway would sweep down Elysian Fields from North Claiborne Avenue until it reached the river, then run alongside it until it connected with what would become the Pontchartrain Expressway.”

“Not all of Mr. Borah’s initiatives succeeded. He was on the losing sides in opposing the redevelopment of the St. Thomas public housing complex – a plan that included a Wal-Mart – and the demolition of 67 acres of a Mid-City neighborhood for the University Medical Center.

Because Mr. Borah abhorred what he called “planning by surprise,” he drafted amendments to New Orleans’ Home Rule Charter requiring the city to have a master plan with the force of law to guide future development.”

Source: Bill Borah, who steered an interstate away from the New Orleans riverfront, dies at 79 | NOLA.com