Sunday, April 19, 2015

Articles and Features

The Climb to the Crater (Louisiana’s Health & Fitness)

I awakened at 4 a.m. to meet my local guide and take a bus out of Moyoagalpa. Six miles down the bumpy road, the driver pulled over... [Read more]


Is the Nicaragua Canal viable? (Planning Magazine/American Planning Association)

A Chinese infrastructure development firm, HKDN Group, and the government of Nicaragua recently announced that construction on the... [Read more]


Paying down debt vs. saving more: Which one comes first? (Mintlife.com)

The latest data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis indicates that the personal savings rate in the United States is a mere... [Read more]


Robert Durst denied bail in New Orleans (New York Daily News)

A New Orleans magistrate judge denied Robert Durst bail Monday, saying the accused killer is a flight risk and danger to others. The... [Read more]


5-part project to ease New Orleans’ flooding (Engineering News-Record)

In a city that sits below sea level and is surrounded by water, drainage projects can be complex and crucial undertakings. Now more... [Read more]


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Restore Act critical in helping Gulf Coast (National Wildlife Federation)

According to some estimates, BP could face as much as $20 billion in fines from the Clean Water Act for its responsibility in the Gulf... Read More


Inflation makes big incomes smaller (Yahoo Finance)

One hundred thousand dollars. Since the 1980s, the magical “six-figure” salary has been a benchmark for financial success.... Read More


From Prison Bars to Business Stars (Portfolio.com)

Portfolio.com — The Prison Entrepreneurship Program in Texas transforms convicted felons into successful business owners by turning... Read More


As the oil creeps closer (CNNMoney.com)

Just 11 miles off the Mississippi coast, Ship Island is home to some of the most beautiful waters and beaches in the state. Ship... Read More


Gulf oil hits land and wildlife (Nationalgeographic.com)

Louisiana’s coast serves as a winter resting spot for more than 70 percent of the country’s waterfowl, and the region is... Read More


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