[JPL] Bring the IAJE back to New Orleans ASAP

dkunian at bellsouth.net dkunian at bellsouth.net
Tue Sep 26 12:51:16 EDT 2006


>From someone who lives in New Orleans and is dealing with the calamity every day, I second that.  Please come and visit.  You will have a great time and do a good service, I garontee!

And you can see the illustrious new studios of WWOZ.

thanks
dk
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> From: OntheBeach at aol.com
> Date: 2006/09/26 Tue PM 12:44:51 EDT
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Subject: [JPL] Bring the IAJE back to New Orleans ASAP
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> Understanding that IAJE schedules some years in advance, here's hoping  
> there's a plan to return it to New Orleans ASAP.
>  
> The previous IAJE in NOLA was memorable.  Now more than ever- as last  
> night's MNF broadcast served to remind us-NOLA needs the support of tourists and  
> professional associations to help facilitate the long road back to rebuilding  
> this national treasure.
>  
> Kudos to ESPN for not being shy about pointing out the current state of  
> affairs in NOLA, thirteen months post Katrina.  Despite promises from our  
> president that we would be witness to "the greatest reconstruction project ever"  the 
> state of things in NOLA remains beyond belief, a national embarrassment on a  
> par with the Native American reservation system.
>  
> How many tens of billions of dollars? for what? where? IMPOSSIBLE!!!
> kudos to spike lee, harry connick et al.
>  
> Rethink your next vacation or two--and try to include NOLA and Louisiana  [or 
> Mississippi]
> in your plans. What our government wont do, the tourist dollar can begin  to.
>  
> ricky schultz
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