AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS US media firm Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc's (NYSE: CCO) Pennsylvania, USA-based Clear Channel Airports airport advertising division said that travelers heading to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport for this year's US football championship will be among the first to experience the new ClearVision airport television network.
What does LA stand for?
LA stands for Louis Armstrong (singer)
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Byline: Jade Wright 1968 Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World WRITTEN by Bob Thiele (as George Douglas) and George David Weiss, this song was first recorded by Louis Armstrong (pictured) and released as a single in 1968.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] THE TOPIC: Louis Armstrong wasn't just a jazz innovator and a great entertainer; he was also one of the world's first musical celebrities, helping to define a cultural archetype now (overly) familiar to us.
America's oldest man, an African-American who befriended Louis Armstrong and voted for president-elect Barack Obama "because he's black," has died in Sacramento, California, his family said.
Non-profit Organization Revitalizes Historic Park in Continued Effort to Restore Tourism NEW ORLEANS, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 350 volunteers from the tourism industry will convene in Louis Armstrong Park today in a cleanup event orchestrated by Tourism Cares, an organization that brings together the travel and tourism industry to give back to its communities.
Byline: by Paul Cole & Jack Daniels I Love Louis (Dunamis) YOU may recall Gwyn Jay Allen from his success in TV's Stars In Their Eyes, in which he impersonated his idol Louis Armstrong.
in the battle of 100-something seeds at night time in Louis Armstrong.
Louis Armstrong asked in 1947, a question that took on added resonance in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina left the city on the ropes.