Kevin Earl Dayhoff Art One-half Banana Stems

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Monday, March 31, 2014

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen


K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
416 Chartres Street (in between Conti and St. Louis Streets)
New Orleans, LA 70130
Friday, March 28, 2014 in between visits to the New Orleans Historic Collections museum campus…

According to the K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen website:

In 1979, when Chef Paul Prudhomme and his late wife, K, opened their "modest", 62-seat K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen on Chartres Street in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans, they had no idea the restaurant was soon to become a sensation, with nightly lines of eager diners waiting sometimes hours to be seated. That was back in the days when K-Paul's didn't accept reservations or credit cards! But now, under the hands-on direction of Chef Paul Prudhomme, the restaurant has gone through major changes to keep up with the growing demands of its clients and the times.

Based on the designs of the original 1834 structure, K-Paul's was extensively refurbished and expanded in 1996 and now offers seating for more than 200 dining guests. Dining areas include seasonal balcony dining, spacious dining rooms on both the first and second floors and an intimate climate-controlled courtyard for dining al fresco. K's Parlor, an enclosed private room on the second floor, is host to parties, corporate events, and other special occasions. Both floors feature an open kitchen where diners can see exactly how each delectable dish is prepared. K-Paul's gladly accepts reservations and offers catering on-site or anywhere around the world.

Executive Chef Paul Miller goes to great lengths to ensure the highest quality food. He states, "We have three kitchens and a bakery at K-Paul's and the philosophy and commitment to excellence will never change. There are still no freezers in the restaurant and only the freshest ingredients of the highest quality are used. This is why we change our menu daily."

Chef Paul Prudhomme and the entire staff of K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen cordially welcome you to our restaurant to experience all that we offer.


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Caroline and Kevin, Harold, Karen, Lindsey and Shannon Scott at the Westminster Pizza Hut on March 12, 2004




Caroline and Kevin, Harold, Karen, Lindsey and Shannon Scott at the Westminster Pizza Hut on March 12, 2004.

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Artist Linda Slattery Sherman: "Impressions of the Galapagos" at the Delaplaine

March 1 through April 19, 2014

Paintings and Drawings
Reflecting on the Galapagos Islands


RECEPTION
First Saturday, April 5, 3-5 pm
A trip to the Galapagos Islands in 2013 yielded the inspiration for this series of paintings and drawings. Being a lover of animals and the environment, the blue-footed boobies, marine and land Iguanas, giant tortoises, sea lions and underwater life and the water itself provided me with extensive visual subject matter. A trip to the Galapagos Islands in 2013 yielded the inspiration for this series of paintings and drawings. Being a lover of animals and the environment, the blue-footed boobies, marine and land Iguanas, giant tortoises, sea lions and underwater life and the water itself provided me with extensive visual subject matter.
GALLERY HOURS
Monday thru Saturday, 9-5 pm
Sunday, 11 am - 5 pma
40 S. Carroll Street, Frederick, MD
Copyright © 2014 Paintings By Linda Sherman, All rights reserved.


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Artist Linda Slattery Sherman: "Impressions of the Galapagos" at the Delaplaine

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Friday, March 28, 2014

French Market Station New Orleans Regional Transit Authority www.norta.com NOLA

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Napoleon House restaurant Roast Beef poor boy 500 Chartres & St. Louis St NOLA

#KED

Upper Pontalba Building 1849 St Peter St on Jackson Square French Quarter NOLA

#KED

St Ann at Chartre St Jackson Square French Quarter New Orleans

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Upper Pontalba Building 1849 St Peter & Chartre Vieux Carre French Qrtr NOLA

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The Historical New Orleans Collection Merieult House 533 Royal Street NOLA

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When Louis Paumier - Gov Luisiana Spanish Prov 1762-1803 St was called San Luis

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La Pharmacie Francaise Historical Pharmacy Museum 514 Chartres St New Orleans La

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The incredible kitchen at K-Paul's restaurant 416 Chartres St New Orleans La

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K-Paul's deli-style restaurant 416 Chartres St Fried Catfish Po-Boy & soup NOLA

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New Orleans Historic Collection Williams Research Center bldg campus on Chartres

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Laura Nelson Galleries Louisiana Art Historic New Orleans Collection Chartres St

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New Orleans Fire Department Central Station Decatur Street French Quarter NOLA

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

5Mother's Restaurant Poydras Tchoupitoulas New Orleans www.mothersrestaurant.net

#KED

4Mother's Restaurant Poydras Tchoupitoulas New Orleans www.mothersrestaurant.net

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3Mother's Restaurant Poydras Tchoupitoulas New Orleans www.mothersrestaurant.net

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2Mother's Restaurant Poydras Tchoupitoulas New Orleans www.mothersrestaurant.net

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Mother's Restaurant Poydras Tchoupitoulas New Orleans www.mothersrestaurant.net

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'Scrap House' by Sally Heller 2008 at the Mississippi Heritage Park New Orleans'

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Wyland 1997 at the New Orleans Earnest N. Morial Convention Center NOLA

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The National WWII Museum aviation pavilion Boeing Center New Orleans Louisiana

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The Boeing Center US Freedom Pavilion World War II Museum New Orleans Louisiana

#KED

Reuben Black-eyed peas & rice at American Sector restaurant WWII Museum NOLA

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Replacing water line dates back approx 1907 on Magazine St nr WWII New Orleans

#KED

Life is good. Coffee at American Sector restaurant at WWII National Museum NOLA

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Bourbon House 144 Bourbon St French Quarter New Orleans

#KED

No One Has Ever Done a Twist Quite Like Last Night’s Good Wife By Willa Paskin

 No One Has Ever Done a Twist Quite Like Last Night’s Good Wife
By Willa Paskin

http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/03/24/good_wife_spoiler_dramatics_your_honor_shocking_twist_was_unlike_any_other.html



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New Orleans jazz at corner of Rue de St. Peter and Chartres in French Quarter

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New Orleans S Peters St and the Mississippi River

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Saturday, March 22, 2014

The Carroll Record, February 24, 1972: Helicopter Beat Stork; Mother, Girl Fine

The Carroll Record, February 24, 1972: Helicopter Beat Stork; Mother, Girl Fine


Helicopter Beat Stork; Mother, Girl Fine The Carroll Record, February 24, 1972

The helicopter beat the stork early Monday morning and Mrs. Samuel Grammer and baby are doing fine at Carroll County General Hospital. The child, a daughter, was born about 11 a.m. but the call came to the State Police at 3:50 a.m. Monday morning. Mr. Grammer was unable to get his car out through the drifting snow. Police were unable to get in with cars and called for the helicopter at 4:15 a.m. The helicopter was on the scene by 4:55 a.m.



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L'Wren Scott, and the awful truth about women's obituaries-Well written By Stassa Edwards March 20, 2014 Just saying

L'Wren Scott, and the awful truth about women's obituaries-Well written By Stassa Edwards March 20, 2014 Just saying

L'Wren Scott, and the awful truth about women's obituaries-Well written By Stassa Edwards March 20, 2014 Just saying


Coverage of the fashion designer's passing was just the
latest example of a sad journalistic tradition

By Stassa Edwards March 20, 2014

When news broke that respected fashion designer L'Wren Scott
had passed away on Monday, The New York Times noted her suicide with the
regrettable headline "Mick Jagger's Girlfriend Found Dead."

The Times wasn't alone in its faux pas; the Associated Press
dutifully tweeted, "BREAKING: Law enforcement: Mick Jagger' [sic]
girlfriend, L'Wren Scott, found dead in NYC of possible suicide." Though
the AP managed to slip Scott's name in the headline of the report, both news
organizations seemed to agree: Scott's death was newsworthy only because of her
romantic association with a legendary rock and roller. Editors at neither The
New York Times nor the Associated Press seemed to grasp that Scott's untimely
death was newsworthy because of her professional accomplishments.

One would think that after the stroganoff incident, the Gray
Lady in particular would have found a better way to note the passing of
accomplished women, but it clearly hasn't. The poor handling of Scott's death
speaks more broadly to the difficulty of recounting a woman's life — namely the
determination of a hierarchy of facts, a project that should seem gender
neutral but rarely is. It often seems natural enough to define women by their
relationships — wife, mother, girlfriend, etc. — and let famous men be
memorialized for their accomplishments, their family lives taking a backseat.
This was certainly the case with the aforementioned stroganoff incident, in
which the Times' obituary writers downgraded Yvette Brill from rocket scientist
to pretty good cook.


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