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Southport is located in Old Jefferson bounded roughly by Jefferson Highway on the north, the Mississippi River on the south, the Orleans-Jefferson parish line on the east and Dakin Street on the west. Southport Hall originally opened for business in the early 1900’s, operating primarily as an illegal casino.
(1) A progressive rock band from New Orleans. Pandemic released their debut album Lessons in Trust in April of 2008. Pandemic New Orleans Biography "We are four individuals from the New Orleans area of different musical backgrounds who share similar ideas for song writing and musical direction.
Biography. Pandemic is the fusion between members of Interstate Pond and Groundfault, 2 local favorites from the New Orleans area. On the weekend that Hurricane Katrina struck, these were 2 out of the 4 bands scheduled to play in the Jagermeister Band Search Finals.
WWNO, the NPR member station for New Orleans, serves southeast Louisiana and parts of southwest Mississippi by broadcasting balanced news, thought provoking analysis, classical music, jazz and other musical styles, intelligent entertainment, and unique local content. We broadcast on 89.9 FM, and KTLN 90.5 FM in the Houma-Thibodaux area as a public service of the University of New Orleans.
In those waning days of World War I, New Orleans was a bustling port city with a population of 378,000 that lost over 5,000 lives to influenza and its complications in 1918. A physician of the day wrote that “evil bearing microorganisms” invaded New Orleans with “whirlwind onset, cyclonic progress, and hurricanic [sic] destruction.”