My friend Jim Gabour sent me a Blackberry-thumbed update last week from Pensacola — where those on the lookout for the arrival of the oil on those pristine beaches weren’t talking. He pines for his native New Orleans’ seafood and the loss for so many of us…
Sadness and Seafood: New Orleans Recounts the Loss
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