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Richard Campanella
New Orleans geographer; author; professor in the Tulane School of Architecture
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Marco 11h
French Market and Decatur roofs
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Richard Campanella Aug 4
Replying to @ifetayogreen
I have an article coming out this fall on the Saulet plantation and house; I'll let you know when.
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Bob Warren Aug 4
Tuesday Lunch Line: Why Bourbon Street draws us; virtual learning pods; Michael Thomas plans another assault on the NFL record book; and more! W/ Check it out:
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Alex Kolker Aug 2
A small sedimentary cycle in our backyard. This bank fills in with mud when the river is high, and then these channels form when the river drops and water from heavy rains erode new channels. Between the fly and the ⁦⁩ of Engineers in
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Gordon Russell Aug 3
Even with bars closed to COVID-19, the daily/nightly rhythms of Bourbon's Streets human parade endure, though crowds are of course much thinner, finds:
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RL Reeves Jr Aug 2
Read this in the morning paper, and it's typically great.
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Richard Campanella Aug 2
Just out, by yours truly: Origins of Bourbon Street's nightly 'pedestrian parade,' and how it keeps rolling even without its inebriating fuel and pulsating soundtrack:
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Richard Campanella Aug 2
See my latest 'Geographies of New Orleans' in today's Picayune-Advocate, on the origins and perseverance of Bourbon Street's nightly 'pedestrian parade.'
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Marco Aug 1
St Louis Cathedral, New Orleans
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Richard Campanella Aug 1
Royal Street morn.
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Richard Campanella Jul 31
Tulane University's Newcomb and LBC quads today, getting ready for the fall semester with temporary classrooms and dining areas.
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64 Parishes Jul 30
Follow along with as he discusses the geographical, economic & political factors that led to the locations of some of Louisiana's cities in this video companion to .
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Patrick Reppel Jul 27
Read book “The West Bank if Greater New Orleans” . It explains everything!! Great book
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Richard Campanella Jul 27
The New Basin Canal turning basin was just to the right of this photo. It was the canal's main channel farther inland that, once filled, came to host the expressway.
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Patrick Reppel Jul 26
Nothing like a good book at the beach!!👍👍
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Richard Campanella Jul 26
Replying to @tubaladd
State of Louisiana tried that with nutria. Didn't work.
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Richard Campanella Jul 26
Invasive apple snail eggs on invasive water hyacinth in Bayou Segnette.
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Richard Campanella Jul 26
Gray, solemn day on Bayou Segnette.
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Marco Jul 25
58 lions look down onto Oretha Castle Hailey Blvd from the Ashé Cultural Arts Center
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Richard Campanella Jul 25
Replying to @LLAOffice
...and you wouldn't believe how long it took me to figure all that out!!!
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