What We're Reading

Natural gas liquids pipeline from Ohio to Louisiana; City Council members want to keep their drivers

The planned website and app are part of an ongoing project by two LSU researchers who are tapping into surveys, archival materials, antique maps, aerial photographs and other tools to weave an architectural history of the New Marigny, Esplanade, Mid-City and Holy Cross historical districts. Parts of the Broadmoor and Carrollton neighborhoods are also being studied. The project will cover from 1800 until 1940.

Correction: This post originally stated that a liquefied natural gas pipeline was being planned from Ohio to Louisiana; it’s a natural gas liquids pipeline. (July 8, 2013)

Help us report this story     Report an error    
The Lens' donors and partners may be mentioned or have a stake in the stories we cover.
About Mark Moseley

Mark Moseley blogs at Your Right Hand Thief. Until mid 2014, Mark Moseley was The Lens' opinion writer, engagement specialist and coordinator for the Charter Schools Reporting Corps. After Katrina and the Federal Flood he helped create the Rising Tide conference, which grew into an annual social media event dedicated to the future of New Orleans.