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Topic - Louis Armstrong
A pantomimist concentration camp survivor and a dry tuxedo helped put Joliet on the map.
The sweeping curves and glass walls of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport's planned new terminal building have defined that project since the design was released last month, but the futuristic architecture is not the only forward-looking aspect of the project.
The Ashe roof is part of a larger plan to rebuild and expand other courts at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. No. 2 stadium Louis Armstrong will eventually be covered, too.
New Orleans' heritage as the cradle of jazz helps it draw millions of visitors each year, and the city reminds them of that history with pamphlets, murals and bright neon. Yet numerous homes and music halls that incubated the art form have disappeared, with the city allowing the most recent of them to be razed late last year.
Dan Pritzker has spent more than 15 years and millions of dollars trying to bring the story of a jazz singer of whom little is known to the big screen.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Herb Snitzer's photography from a half-century ago shows that there's more than one way to record a jazz musician.
Debris that could damage the panels is not anticipated to be a problem since the airport's fields in Kenner are already cleared on a regular basis, he said.
The solar project "is something that we believe is necessary but we don't have a deadline on," he said.