My wife and I,who lived in N.O.13 years, commend you for an excellent movie, one which everyone in LA should see. I fear, however, that the marketing of the premier across the country may have been done poorly, as only 9 people were in the theater in Providence, and we were asked how we found out about it, and I told them, "through Gambit online", which I read regularly. It was not advertised at all by our theater.
Please get this movie out to the public, and add an organization to join to pressure our representatives in Washington at the end.
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I have enjoyed your writing for many years. If your hand is your writing hand, consider trying if you haven't Dragon Naturally speaking--it gets better every year, and maybe we will hear fromyou againsooner?
Maybe there is a way to establish a stage area or use existing areas near Bourbon Street and the Marigny, where brass bands and others could play. Perhaps the City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park could get together to establish this. The bands wouldbe scheduled, and play for donations, and perhaps a grant or grants could be obtained in support. It could create a continuing "fest" atmosphere.
When I moved to New Orleans in 1990, I was told by most of my friends that you have to have lived there for years, and it would help if your family went back years, to even have a chance at a public office.
Carville is a true southerner, and after reading the requirements of the other cities, change the rules to one year. The great culture and diversity of New Orleans will aways remain, regardless of who becomes mayor, and at least let him tell us what he would do to make it even better!
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