Friday, October 19, 2012

Friday Flashback: This week's stories you may have missed

Posted By on Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 2:14 PM

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1.) New locally-made vodka aims for craft mixologists

Buck 25 was designed for infusions, and a homemade Juicy Fruit version is headed to Sean Payton.

2.) Dunbar’s bringing its Creole cooking to Gentilly

A one-time Freret Street restaurant, famous before the boom there, plans to reopen on Franklin Avenue.

3.) One weekend, one cause, 1,000 po-boys

Parasol's marks its anniversary next weekend with a goal of selling 1,000 po-boys for the Musicians Clinic.

4.) Bayona’s new lunch date

Scott Maki, formerly of Rambla, puts his stamp on a French Quarter favorite.

5.) Tampa's D-line a concern for the Saints

Looking ahead to Sunday's matchup against the Bucs.

6.) 4 (FOUR!) second line parades this weekend

7.) Beyonce to play halftime at Super Bowl 2013 in New Orleans?

The singer is expected to headline the half-time show.

8.) OPP consent decree: Retired judge will work with city, sheriff to resolve funding issues

It's sort of coming along.

9.) Vilma brings energy and confidence in return to practice

The Saints defense was happy to see number 51 back on the practice field on Wednesday as the team gears up for Sunday's match up against Tampa Bay. A game in which it appears as if Jonathan Vilma will play in.

10.) District B candidate Dana Kaplan picks up a slew of major political endorsements

Landrieu, Richmond, Gusman, Leger, Moreno, Brossett, Williams all endorse Kaplan.

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