15 Minutes of Fame

Pop art icon Andrew Warhola, aka, Andy Warhol, and founder of The Factory, once coined the phrase "15 minutes of fame," which referred to the fleeting condition of celebrity that attaches to an object of media attention, then passes to some new object as soon as the public's attention span is exhausted, i.e., within 15 minutes. This page is devoted to sundry bits and pieces of notoriety.

Emory on MREs

Author Enablers

Serving Up a Dozen at Oyster Playhouse

Film Documents Pet Rescue Efforts

New Orleans Residents Find Creative Ways to Tighten Their Belts

CACI Writer Combines Vocation and Career in New Orleans

Extra Work: Starring Gary Michael Smith