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Cult Fiction

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This month, catch "The Dude" on the big screen in The Big Lebowski

 

The Southern Hootenaney

Siberia, 6-9p.m.

Freaksheaux to Geaux Fearless Femmes

 

Hannibal Buress

Civic Theater, 9p.m.

Comedian has some funny things to say about New Orleans

 

Camille

Mid-City Theater, 6p.m.

Last night to catch a comedic retelling of Dumas' classic tale

 

3rd Annual Musician's Clinic Benefit & Jamie Galloway Memorial

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6th Annual Recycled Fashion Show

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Thrift store finds turned haute couture all for a cause

Brothers in Harm: Bobby J Won't Condemn Giuliani


After former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said that President Obama “doesn’t love America,” he drew plenty of fire including condemnations from his own party. Although Bobby Jindal’s recent trips to Iowa and England seem like an effort to fall into line with the G.O.P. before the primaries, he did not go with the flow this time. Instead, he tacitly supported the Mayor.


Dissonance Abroad

Jindal Travels to Europe; Talks Immigration, Terror, & Clinton



Where in the world is Bobby Jindal? Louisiana’s governor has drawn criticism at home for his frequent trips out of state. Like many 2016 hopefuls, da’ Gov has been spending time in Iowa kissing babies and eating corn dogs. Now, Bobby J has hopped across the pond to traverse Europe. On Wednesday (1.14), Jindal’s office also leaked the text of a speech that he will deliver in London. The remarks tackle faith, terror, and his heritage… and perhaps the next election.


Candid State? Jindal Slams Obama Foreign Policy at AEI Speech (Text)


Bobby J has not officially declared a run for President, but da Gov’ sure looks like a candidate. Jindal has made a political pilgrimage to Iowa recently, and on Monday (10.6) he tried to establish some foreign policies bonafides in an address to the conservative think tank, the American Enterprise Institute. 


Child of the Corn: Jindal Hits Iowa


Time to put an ethanol engine on your airboat and corn in your gumbo. The 2016 election is approaching, and Lousiana Governor Bobby Jindal is spending a lot of time in Iowa, the early caucusing heart of the cornbelt. This weeked, the 'Gov was looking like a candidate kissing babies at the Iowa State Fair, fielding questions at meet n' greets, and preaching to the faithful at an evangelical conference in Ames.


La. Legislature Votes to Move Up 2016 Presidential Primary


by Meg Barbor

The RLC and renewed Hillary chatter have minds turning to 2016 this week. Never to be left out of a political conversation, Louisiana is among those jockeying for primary position. The state House and Senate sent legislation to Governor Jindal which would enhance the Boot’s position on the 2016 presidential primary calendar. The bill passed the Senate and House with no opposition and will now head to Gov. Bobby Jindal's desk.


Mary Landrieu Slams Jindal on Health Care


After seeing Governor Jindal's Sunday appearance on Meet the Press, Senior Senator Mary Landrieu had some harsh words towards Bobby J's stance on Medicaid. The poster boy for conservative politics is telling the feds to keep their money to themselves, a move that Landrieu believes is more in the Gov.'s interest than those of his constituents. At a press conference today, Landrieu accused Bobby J of putting the 2016 presidential election before the interests of his own state.


Trump Calls Jindal's 'Stupid' GOP Claim, Gov Raises Him a 'Get Your Head Examined'


Since dropping the tax axe plan after the new year, Bobby Jindal has yet to elaborate on his proposal to eliminate the state income tax. Those looking for reasons why are likely best served to look at today's episode of Fox and Friends, where the Louisiana gov has been upping the war of words.


Jindal Takes on GOP, Harris-Perry Takes on Jindal (VIDEO)


Bobby Jindal continued his onslaught against the supposed Republican Party Regulars over the weekend, and gained some more national media attention in the meantime. But this time it didn't come free of rebuttal, as Tulane prof and national commentator Melissa Harris-Perry took on the gov on her MSNBC show.


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