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New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 01 04 14

Hey Y’all!  It’s a cool, sunny day here. Our Saints are up in even colder climes but our cheers will keep them warm! Who Dat baby!!

Who Dat Do Dat - NFL Wildcard Playoff Preview - New Orleans Saint At The Philadelphia Eagles

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New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast

Welcome to the Who Dat? Do Dat! New Orleans weather 10 day forecast! This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings. While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do and the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast will come in very handy. The weather in New Orleans changes day to day. This is because of the city’s proximity to water. This is one of the reasons the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is so valuable if you are traveling to New Orleans. Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day!

10-Day Forecast for New Orleans, LA (70112)


 

     

High / Low (°F) Precip. %
Tonight Jan 04 Partly Cloudy 50° 20 %
Sun Jan 05 Showers 70°/30° 50 %
Mon Jan 06 Partly Cloudy / Wind 38°/24° 0 %
Tue Jan 07 Sunny 39°/32° 0 %
Wed Jan 08 Partly Cloudy 55°/49° 10 %
Thu Jan 09 Partly Cloudy 67°/56° 10 %
Fri Jan 10 Few Showers 68°/61° 30 %
Sat Jan 11 T-Storms 68°/52° 100 %
Sun Jan 12 Light Rain 58°/48° 70 %
Mon Jan 13 Partly Cloudy 62°/51° 10 %
Last Updated Jan 4 02:15 p.m. CT

I just can’t believe how many people are still in the Crescent City. The Quarter is busy, busy, in spite of the colder temps. At least today we have some sunshine and are around that 50 mark. Crazy as it may be we will be tipping 70 tomorrow with some showers. Be prepared for even colder temps for the next week though. According to the weather report for today it should a great day and don’t forget to watch that Saints and Eagles game tonight. Who Dat! See you in NOLA!

Sharon Denise Talbot

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Subrosan is Coming…….

 

New Orleans

Hey y’all!  Things are getting hot here in New Orleans! No, I’m not talking about the New Orleans Saints controversy.  Hot off of the editor’s cutting board is a new trailer for the dark adult drama Subrosan! Check it out below!  We have talked about this amazing independent web series before and in the words of one of the main characters “It’s about to get exciting!”  A scheduled release date of April 19th has been set for the first episode with subsequent episodes to follow once a week. Subrosan was conceived and written by Dwayne Coots. It is being produced by the Subrosan Entertainment Group, a collective of actors and creative professionals.  This is just another example of the great filmmaking going on in Louisiana aka Hollywood South.  New Orleans has been home to many films over the last few years and offers much in the way of locations and talent.  While Subrosan has made use of what was readily available in New Orleans, it also takes us to other parts of the state and reveals that Louisiana as a whole is rich in all resources.  Please enjoy the Subrosan trailer.  Share with your friends and get ready for the first episode.  Like the monkey said when he lost his tail, “It won’t be long now!”  :-)

Sharon Denise Talbot

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5U-8UD25hU

 

See you in New Orleans!

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Resource Guide For Plaquemines Residents Affected by BP Oil Spill

 FYI:   If you live in Plaquemines Parish this is info you want to keep handy.   See Release below. 

Sharon Denise Talbot

 Plaquemines Community Foundation Publishes Free Resource Guide
For Plaquemines Residents Affected by the BP Oil Spill
 
New Orleans, LA (August 5, 2010)— Formed in 2007 following in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Plaquemines Community Foundation has published “The Plaquemines Community Resource Guide”.  The purpose of the publication is to provide a directory of services for the residents living in and around Plaquemines Parish whose lives have been affected by the Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill. 
 
The board of directors that comprises the Plaquemines Community Foundation has acknowledged both the mental and physical effects that this disaster has had on residents of the Plaquemines Parish community whose livelihoods rely on a clean and thriving Gulf of Mexico.
 
Perry Triche, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Plaquemines Community Foundation, expressed his gratitude towards the various foundations aiding in the recovery efforts for those affected by the oil spill.  “We know how difficult these times are for the hardworking residents of Plaquemines Parish, and we are thrilled to see so many organizations coming together to help. We are happy that we can do our part to speed up this recovery as fast as possible.”
 
The resource guide, which residents can pick up from a variety of distribution locations listed below, contains a comprehensive list of services ranging from social services to job training, healthcare and the provision of food.  The Plaquemines Community Foundation has identified those organizations that are offering these types of support.
 
The Foundation will be administering 2,500 printed copies of the resource guide to be made available for public distribution on August 9.  Distribution will continue while supplies last and there will be an online version at www.gnof.org.
The Plaquemines Community Foundation (PCF) is a charitable organization created for community improvements since the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and for generations to come.  The initial focus of the foundation is to encourage families to return and remain in the parish, create opportunities for its youth, and foster relationships to strengthen the community.  It is dedicated to the improvement and long-term viability of the Plaquemines Parish.
 
As one of the oldest and largest philanthropic organizations in the region, the Greater New Orleans Foundation (GNOF) is partnering with the Plaquemines Community Foundation to produce and distribute this guide to the residents of Plaquemines Parish.  With PCF, GNOF is doing its part to ensure that the mental, physical and financial safety nets for those affected by the spill are protected.
 
For more information on the Plaquemines Community Foundation, visit www.gnof.org.
 
Formed in 2007, the Plaquemines Community Foundation is governed by a board of local civic leaders committed to making a profound impact upon the quality of life for all citizens of Plaquemines Parish. It identifies and supports projects that benefit Plaquemines Parish residents such as the publication of this resource guide. The Plaquemines Community Foundation was formed by a seed grant from the Greater New Orleans Foundation.
 
 
Plaquemines Community Resource Guide
Distribution Centers
 
1. BELLE CHASSE, LA       
                                    
Plaquemines Career Solutions Center1112 Engineers Road, Room 19
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
504-392-5803
 
The Plaquemines Community C.A.R.E. Center
8480 Highway 23
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
504-208-1290
 
Plaquemines Parish Community Action
479 F. Edward Hebert BlvdBelle Chasse, LA 70037
504-297-5404 (Othella Hughes)
 
Plaquemines Parish Health Department
3706 Main StreetBelle Chasse, LA 70037
504-297-5402 or 504-394-3510
 
Southeast Louisiana Fisheries Assistance Center212 Avenue G
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
(near the Belle Chasse Ferry)
504-392-2455
 
Parish President’s Office
8056 Highway 23, Suite 200
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
504-274-2460
 
3. DAVANT, LA
 
Davant Community Center15535 Highway 15
Davant, LA 70046
Plaquemines Parish District 1 Council Office
15535 Highway 15
Davant, LA 70046504-333-7501
 
 
4. EMPIRE, LA        
                                                                                                           
Pilgrim Rest
33800 John Riley RoadEmpire, LA 70041
504-394-1123
 
5. NEW ORLEANS, LA
 
Mary, Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corporation
4626 Alcee Fortier Blvd.
New Orleans, LA504-255-9170
 
6. POINT A LA HACHE, LA
 
St Thomas Catholic Church
17605 Highway 15
Point à la Hache, LA
985-333-4465
 
7. PORT SULPHUR, LA
 
Greater Macedonia Baptist
27796 Highway 23
Port Sulphur, LA 70083
504-912-9137 (Deidre Davis)
 
Plaquemines Medical Center26851 Highway 23
Port Sulphur, LA 70083
504-564-3344
 
St Patrick’s Church Family Life Center
28698 Highway 23
Port Sulphur, LA 70083
 
8. VENICE, LA
 
Venice Boat Harbor Office
Tiger Pass RoadVenice, LA 70091
 
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emily schmidt
communications strategist
gambel communications
o: 504.324.4242
c: 337.344.1816
emily@gambelcommunications.com


A Reading of I Love You Bigger Than The Sky

I Love You Bigger Than The SkyThis is a video of Sharon Denise Talbot reading “I Love You Bigger Than The Sky” to Skylar and Sydney her grand daughters. The two newest movie stars in the family.


Talkin bout Zenni


People here in NOLA have been shouting ”Who Dat?!” in the streets for a long time but more recently there are talking about something else. The high cost of eyeglasses. I’ve got news, people. Stop the whining and complaining about the prices you have to pay for a pair of eyeglasses . You need to know about Zenni Optical. Because Zenni manufactures its eyeglasses in China there is a waiting period. With these prices you will be glad to wait, I guarantee, Cher
The prices at Zenni range from a mere eight bucks, that is correct, eight bucks, to forty dollars a pair at the high end. When considering your choices starting with where to have those eyeglasses made to all of the multiple lens and frame options, of course it’s Zenni Optical. Their low cost product will make that decision for you. Be prepared, there is an extra charge if you want bifocals or thick lenses. They also charge extra for anti-glare coating. At $4.95 extra as opposed to around $50-$100 extra at other places it is an easy choice. Shipping is just $4.95 no matter how many pairs you order, so get eyeglasses for your entire family at Zenni Optical.


Need Time in NOLA?

My time spent in New Orleans is never long enough. I find myself constantly checking my watch willing the minutes to stretch to days. On any given visit I can’t tell you how many times I look at my watch. There is nothing like Seiko Kinetic Watches . I love the way this beauty looks strapped to my wrist. Without it I feel absolutely naked.
If you find yourself in the market for a new watch I would recommend shopping at www.bluedial.com . They have a wonderful array of watches to choose from at the most reasonable prices. Who Dat? Do Dat! says “this is the place to go when you need a beautiful watch to watch the minutes tick away by.”