Bloggy ‘bout bookies…Now that my summer classes are over and I have a short break before fall semester begins, I really want to get my summer on or in my world-get my read on. One of the biggest problems I have during the school year is having the time to actually sit down and dig … Continue reading Bloggy ‘bout bookies…
I hate that saying, yet at this moment I am sitting as I was 3 years ago. Sunday night, flipping between CNN, the Weather Channel and Fox News, hoping and praying that a hurricane would keep heading westward and listening to government and media persons running their traps about how "if you stay you will … Continue reading Here we go again…
I just came across a story from Biloxi, MS (near where I grew up) that said that a couple that was suing its insurance company for not paying on their claim for the destruction of their property during Hurricane Katrina actually one their case. They weren't going all crazy asking for billions of dollars, only … Continue reading Small victories are still sweet ones
The Signal Original source: http://www.the-signal.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=52977&format=html Faith: Mississippi is Their Mission Members of Grace Baptist Church work to rebuild what Kiln, Miss. lost. By Tammy Marashlian Signal Staff Writer The destruction of Hurricane Katrina may be out of the minds of most Americans, but for Grace Baptist Church, rebuilding the southern states that were torn apart … Continue reading Faith: Mississippi is Their Mission
Young Professionals Devoted to Rebuilding New Orleans to its Former Glory Wednesday, August 29, 2007 By Maggie Lineback A few years back, the big acronym was "DINK," for "double income, no kids." In New Orleans, it's "YURP, " for "Young Urban Recovery Professionals." It's a small but growing trend in the population here in New … Continue reading Finally a optimistic story on Katrina Recovery:Young Professionals Devoted to Rebuilding New Orleans
Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth 03:39 PM CDT on Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Alan Sayre / Associated Press Two years after Hurricane Katrina almost nothing seems the same in New Orleans, but one thing has not changed -- a cool regard by business for what was once a major Southern commercial center. The … Continue reading Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth
Hello everyone, It has been a while since my last post like this, but I have some great news. I have just received my copies of the September/October issue of Mississippi Magazine and on pg 68 is my first ‘in print’ magazine published article! I am attaching a link to a copy of it via … Continue reading Big Announcement!!!