Last weekend I made the long drive over to San Marcos, Texas for the Texas State Ultra collegiate races with the Tulane team. We had three mini-vans for this one, all packed to the gills with bikes, wheels, riders and pretty much every shred of cold-weather...
Mother Nature has been messing with winter training around here lately. It's always hard to get out on the bike this time of year, but here in New Orleans we don't really get a whole lot of days when it just isn't possible. Nonetheless, it just takes that ...
At Endymion Saturday night It was eight days ago, on the Tuesday morning ride, that I noticed the runny nose. Granted, my nose runs pretty steadily any time the temperature is below 70F, but this seemed somehow a little different. I had arrived at the usual...
- Tulane UniversityDir. Institutional Program Development
Racing bikes since around '72, married, one child in grad. school, working at Tulane University since '89 in program development and government affairs, webmaster for the new orleans bicycle club (among others). Master's degree in Biological Science. Dangerously curious.
- Tulane UniversityBiology, 1975
- University of New OrleansBiological Science, 1978
Hurricane Isaac news filter added to NOLA.com homepage
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Chef Matt Farmer Bringing Brunch Service to Apolline
Brunch: possibly the most New Orleanian of meals, combining day drinking with good eating. It's a thing this city does as well as (if not be