Rhyme To See-In the Big Easy # 38

  1. 1. English.

2. Spanish.

3. French.
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Les Causeries du Lundi,
a group about to turn
100 years old-
Meeting the 1st Monday,
at the Playhouse Longue
Vue House & Gardens, as
the preservation, of the
French language, continues,
to unfold.
-2011-

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Rhyme To See-In The Big Easy # 121

Three ways to get some ecercise:

1. Ride your bike.

2. Walk around the block.

3. Walk up and down three flights

of stairs, twice.

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Every morning at St. Agnes School-

In old Jefferson, it has become the golden

rule.

Rhyme To See-In The Big Easy # 107

Three Things To Do At The Drugstore:

1. Sit on a stool and drink a real cherry coke.

2. Gather with friends.

3. Get those meds.

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Back in 1905, K & B-

Became the place to be.

-2011-

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Rhyme To See-In The Big Easy # 126

 

Three That Make An Occasion:

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1. 65 champagnes from around the world.
2. Light hors d’ oevres.
3 Music by the Yat Pack.
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“A Bounty of Bubbles” at the Fair Grounds Race
Course-
Plenty of fun, and entertainment, in full force.

-2011-

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Rhyme To See-In The Big Easy # 129

Three reasons to visit New Orleans:

1. To eat beignets.

2. To see the antiques on Royal Street.

3. To rob a bank.

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A no kidd-

The Houston man did.

-2011-

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Rhyme To See-In the Big Easy # 67

Three languages taught in school:

.
1. Spanish.
2. English.
3. French.
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When the state’s first public school
system opened in 1842-
French, was the language, spoken
and taught, in the Vieux Carre, back
in the day.

-2011-

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Rhyme To See-In the Big Easy # 21

Three things to do with an old school:
.
1. Leave it vacant.
2. Tear it down.
3. Renovate it, for a good cause.
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Built in 1898, the Algiers’ old Belleville
School-
Will be renovated, to an apartment
complex, where the senior citizens,
and disabled, will rule.
-2011-
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