Category Archives: federal government

VOTE.

…for Barack Obama. * Images copyright 1994-2012 by Louis Maistros. For more unusual New Orleans photography, please visit http://louismaistros.com

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Sorry, We’re Corrupt! Mailbox, Royal Street, Faubourg Marigny, New Orleans, March 12, 2012

Images copyright 1994-2012 by Louis Maistros. For more unusual New Orleans photography, please visit http://louismaistros.com

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50% Off on my New Orleans and Mardi Gras 8×10 Signed Photo Prints For Just a Few Days…

Friends, Just a heads up that all of the signed 8×10 photo prints in my Ebay Store are currently half off (currently $9.90 each, usually $19.95 each). Some have only a few days left, and some a week — please … Continue reading

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Attention Holiday Shoppers: All of my #NewOrleans Signed Photography Prints are 75% OFF for a limited time….#nola

That’s right, all 336 of the signed prints in my Ebay Store are at auction this week with a starting bid of $4.99 (down 75 % from the usual “buy it now” price of $19.95). After the 7 day auction, … Continue reading

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Eerie similarities between UC Davic Chancellor’s “walk of shame” and final scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds”

Separated at birth? You be the judge. http://louismaistros.com

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Anti-requiem: New Orleans Stories by Louis Maistros (Expanded and Illustrated) Now Available

(For those who are seeing this more than once due to cross posting, please accept my apologies) Dear Friends, It’s official, the “secret” writing/photography project i’ve been working on for about a year now is up and available at Amazon.com. … Continue reading

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Occupy New Orleans, We Are the 99%, Frenchmen Street, October 7, 2011 #OccupyWallStreet

Images copyright 2011 by Louis Maistros. For more unusual New Orleans photography, please visit http://louismaistros.com

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This was not a natural disaster. Flood of 2005, Lower Ninth Ward #3, New Orleans

If you are not sure why the flood of 2005 was not a natural disaster, please visit http://levees.org for info. http://louismaistros.com

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This was not a natural disaster. Flood of 2005, Lower Ninth Ward #2, New Orleans

If you are not sure why the flood of 2005 was not a natural disaster, please visit http://levees.org for info. http://louismaistros.com

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This was not a natural disaster. Flood of 2005: Booker, age 8, in the ruins of City Park, New Orleans

If you are not sure why the flood of 2005 was not a natural disaster, please visit http://levees.org for info. http://louismaistros.com

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