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September 25th, 2010

100s of miles of La. coast hit by more oil Sandy Davis
~A bird prepares to land next to an absorbent boom on the shoreline affected by oil from the Deepwater Horizon rig in Bay Jimmy in Plaquemines Parish on Tuesday.
Moderate to heavy oil washed onto almost 100 miles of Louisiana’s shoreline this week, the federal government said Friday, and Plaquemines Parish officials say they’re feeling the brunt with oil still saturating marshes, beaches and coastal passes. The Deepwater Horizon Unified Command reported Friday that light to trace oil affected another 200 miles of the state’s shoreline, according to its weekly report.

Despite fears following spill, local jobless rate holds steady~Kathrine Schmidt

Two of three Corps shoreline protection contracts in East Jefferson are being protested~Sheila Grissett

Hurricane Katrina’s ‘shared trauma’ altered rules of counseling for a time
~Bill Barrow

State pushes eco-tourism~Jeff Moore

Outside the Rampart~Nola Defender

House of Leaves~Poppy Z. Brite

411 NOLA Loves Arts New Orleans

New work by Swoon
~Hat TweetcharlotteAsh

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