I keep hearing what the government did not do Well the government did not cause the hurricane. Where I live we get hurricanes almost every year and those on or near the water have this new thing, it called FLOOD INSURANCE. I don believe that the government is responsible to rebuild people homes.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe developer who will turn the old Retlaw Theater back into a reusable property says they would have loved to completely restore the old theater, but will be preserving the look of the original theater. Louie Lange of Commonwealth Development says it necessary to take down the old theaters portion of the building, but they have found a use for the historic property. They will be locating their corporate headquarters to the first floor, rent out market rate apartments on the second floor, and lease the third floor to a dance studio if the studio has interest in that.
The other guys we don know really well. We opened for them once in New Orleans and they seemed like nice guys. I a fan too, I probably seen them 5 times. ?So no, decreased ridership is NOT the case. Do the math,? McMillan said. ?Our city and our government have invested a significant amount of dollars in this project.
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Remnick joined “The New Yorker” after a decade at “The Washington Post,” where he covered stories for the Metro, Sports and Style sections. In 1988, he began a four year tenure as Moscow correspondent for the “Post,” an experience that formed the basis of his 1993 book on the former Soviet Union, “Lenin Tomb.” In 1994, the book received both the Pulitzer Prize from Columbia and a George Polk Award for excellence in journalism. He has contributed to many other publications, edited five anthologies of New Yorker pieces and written several books, including his most recent, “The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama” (2010)..