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Environment

New Orleans Jazz and Alcoholic Hurricanes

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJuly 23, 2007 11:35 PM

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I swear to God (sorry PZ), this post is tangentially related to science. I mean, on its face it may just seem like an excuse to put up my brother'slatesttwo YouTube vids of his jazz performances. But if you peer deeper, you might note the following: 1) Davy Mooney is coming to DC this Friday to play at my book party; that party is to celebrate a book about hurricanes; andthe other kind of hurricanes will be served at the bar. And no, if you drink them in the southern hemisphere, the alcohol doesn't spiral into your bloodstream any differently. See, toldya, this post is tangentially related to science. So check out the videos, and I'm off to Denver.... Davy Mooney performs his original tune "Evans Heaven" with Paul Wiltgen - drums and Nori Naraoka - bass at Louis 649 in the East Village.Davy Mooney plays his original tune "The Memory Hole" with Paul Wiltgen - drums and Nori Naraoka - bass, at Louis 649 in the East Village.

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