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Poke Salad Revue- Issue #3

It's wild. It's Southern. And it grows anywhere there's sun.

Shawn Zehnder Rossi

January 6 · Issue #3 · View online
The Rossi Revue

It’s wild. It’s Southern. And it grows anywhere there’s sun.

Our Paris Memory Jar
Our Paris Memory Jar
Vujà dé all over again
Hip Hop Dance Cardio Workout Routine
Mississippi wins Deal of Year Award for Continental Tire
Cochran named chair of senate appropriations - Mississippi Business Journal
Biloxi Brewing gets its own production facility
Hattiesburg American collecting books for Rowan
The South
Girls Just Wanna Have King Cake!
New Orleans Twitter is going king cake crazy
The Hottest Restaurants in New Orleans Right Now
The Best of New Orleans' Oldest Restaurants
New Year's Resolutions Only Southerners Make
Joan of Arc parade to celebrate its patron saint for 9th year with artistic whimsy
Uh Huh Yeah Yeah! Outkast is Subject of College Course
Best Southern Love Stories of All Time
Elsie Larson's Nashville Home
‘Back To The Future,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ ‘X-Files,’ ‘Walking Dead’ cast members highlight New Orleans Comic Con
Five plays that could have changed New Orleans Saints' fate
Saints were stuck in neutral, and no one can escape blame
Joe Vitt out amid sweeping changes to New Orleans Saints' coaching staff
Saints Clean House, Now What
FIRING His Friends Proves Sean Payton SERIOUS About Winning
Etc. Etc.
“Scientists must avoid falling into the trap of defending all aspects of current thought because we feel the underlying truth needs protecting.” You immediately think climate change or something of that nature, right? Nope, rainbows! Scientists have also been helping out with another mystery - how the hell to get the last bit of ketchup out of the bottle. (Thanks, scientists!)
How the rainbow illuminates the enduring mystery of physics | Aeon Ideas
Scientists Have Figured the Best Way To Get Ketchup Out of the Bottle | FWx
Automated book-culling software drives librarians to create fake patrons to "check out" endangered titles
D-Vine: A Keurig for wine
The Unspoken Rules Kids Create for Instagram - The New York Times
Spike Lee Shares His NYU Teaching List of 87 Essential Films Every Aspiring Director Should See
How to photograph the night sky on a phone | Popular Science
DiGiorno Wrote a Rap Song About Pizza, and It's...Pretty Tight, Actually
A Statistical Analysis of the Work of Bob Ross
Why does Mardi Gras season start on Jan. 6? Answers for newbies
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