"This city [New Orleans] is famous for its gamblers, prostitutes, exhibitionists, Antichrists, alcoholics, sodomites, drug addicts, fetishists, onanists, pornographers, frauds, jades, litterbugs, and lesbians, all…
I don't know why your comments didn't show up — they weren't altered in any way and I don't see them as having been reported for objectionable material. And we have no way (that I know of) to adjust likes/dislikes.
If you still have a copy of the original comment and want me to post it, I can do that for you; email me at kevina (AT) gambitweekly (DOT) com.
@Adrastos - True. "Iconic" is a better choice; I'll change it.
We don't know — all the ticket sites were abruptly pulled and no further information was given. We'll let you know as soon as we find out anything.
Hi, Charlotte —
We reported the news in a cover story back in November.
@YesWeCanCan: Sorry about the bad link; it's been fixed.
@Lenny Vasbinder -
The name of the ad was changed since this article was written.
According to The Washington Post, "The initial title for the Vitter ad was 'Hard Times.' After getting mocked on social media because of the connotations, the campaign changed it on YouTube to 'Difficult Times.'”
Hello, Mary Jo —
We know the boxes are small and there is no sudoku this week — we just couldn't fit everything in the space allotted. The finalist will definitely run with larger clues, larger boxes and a sudoku puzzle.
Thanks for writing. (And we miss Merl too.)
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