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Louisiana Seafood Fest; Spicy Crawfish Lawsuit?; & More

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CITY PARK? The Gambit reports that the Louisiana Seafood Fest will take place at City Park's festival grounds this year, October 11-13, with free admission as always. Better than Ezra headlines, plus lots of chef demos, an arts and crafts village, and lots of seafood to be had. [Gambit]

NOLA? Alex Rawls is the latest New Orleans' writer to ponder the GO CUP debate. Check it out here. [MySpiltMilk]

MARIGNY? Meanwhile WeLoveNola has pointed out that there's a new war on culture here in town...let's just hope this class action lawsuit against bars/restaurants selling crawfish that's too spicy is really a hoax. [WeLoveNola]

FRENCH QUARTER? This week Emily Hingle has an interesting piece on Green Goddess chef/Guitar Lightnin Lee drummer Paul Artigues, who says, "I started cooking at Rivershack Tavern. My friends in the punk band The Penetrations were cooking over there and got me a job." [WhereYat]

The Green Goddess [Photo: Nikki Mayeux]

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