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Monday, September 21, 2015

Scott Bakula returns for second season of hit CBS drama "NCIS: New Orleans" - CBS News

Scott Bakula returns for second season of hit CBS drama "NCIS: New Orleans" - CBS News: Actor Scott Bakula is recognized for his role as the time-traveling physicist in the popular sci-fi series, "Quantum Leap." The role earned him a Golden Globe for best actor in 1992.

He now stars as special agent Dwayne Pride on "NCIS: New Orleans," which returns Tuesday for its second season. The season premiere jumps right into the drama and action, as the cast searches for bombers of a military convoy on a New Orleans bridge.

Will the wave of national retailers to New Orleans continue? | NOLA.com

Will the wave of national retailers to New Orleans continue? | NOLA.com: In a single�day last year, New Orleans could�suddenly count�more than 40�national retail brands as new tenants in the city's nascent chain store scene.

The once-struggling Riverwalk mall reopened as the Outlet Collection after an $82 million investment from The Howard Hughes Corp., a publicly traded national developer. �

Sales of existing home sales drop 4.8% in August

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Sales of previously owned homes in the U.S. fell 4.8% in August to an annual pace of 5.31 million, marking the first decline in four months, the National Association of Realtors said Monday. The sales rate in July was revised down slightly to a seasonally adjusted 5.58 million, but that was still the highest level in eight years. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected sales to drop to a rate of 5.52 million. The median price of homes sold was up 4.7% to $228,700 from 12 months ago. Inventories of existing homes on the market rose 1.3% to 2.29 million, representing 5.2 months' supply at current sales trends. Sales fell in all major regions except the Northeast, where they were unchanged.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/sales-of-existing-home-sales-drop-48-in-august-2015-09-21

Gulf Coast Alley Cats Bowling League rolls plenty of strikes



The Island Strikz Bowling Alley in Gulfport filled with sounds of laughter and chattering on a recent Saturday morning as the Gulf Coast Alley Cats Bowling League started up for another season. The Alley Cats is not the typical bowling league. All the bowlers have special needs from Down syndrome to seizure disorders.
Sarah Holderer, 43, of Gulfport, is one of the bowlers who is very happy to be back at the lanes.




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