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Canadian scheduling service Tungle has closed its first round of funding of $5 million, led by Commonwealth Capital Ventures. Existing inves…

Canadian scheduling service Tungle has closed its first round of funding of $5 million, led by Commonwealth Capital Ventures. Existing investors, including JLA Ventures and Desjardins Venture Capital, also participated. The company said it would use the funding to expand marketing and engineering activities. Tungle also launched the open beta version of its free web scheduling service, allowing users to share their calendars with others, while working with Outlook — with or without *Microsoft* Exchange — as well as *Google* Calendar, *Apple* iCal, Entourage, or on its own. The service works both on browsers and on smartphones, as it is formatted for each device’s display. Release.

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  2. jeffreypipesguice Friday, December 11, 2009

    The Louisiana Film Museum Announces Their New French Quarter Location

    On the heels of their successful grand opening, the Louisiana Film Museum is excited to announce that a new marketing partnership agreement has been reached with Montrel’s Bistro as the new permanent home of the Louisiana Film Museum collection, effective immediately.
    Montrel’s Bistro, located in the historic red brick building at 1000 North Peters Street in New Orleans, sits at the gateway to the historic French Market, America’s oldest city market.
    The Montrel’s Bistro location offer tourists and locals alike the chance to see the entire Louisiana Film Museum collection and a free Louisiana movie while dining on authentic old New Orleans cuisine such as fresh seafood au gratin, grilled Chicken St. Charles, spicy filé gumbo, crawfish etoufee, red beans & rice with smoked sausage and Fettuccini Montrel, the chef’s special. Don’t forget to try the fresh Seafood Platter and their wide assortment of Po-Boys. The entrees cost between $19.95 – 23.95, and the nightly movies are free! Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling (504) 524-4747.
    The Louisiana Film Museum space is available for private parties, and French Quarter movie tours are available for groups of 15 adults or more with Dr. Alan Leonhard, author of New Orleans Goes to the Movies: Film Sites in the French Quarter and Beyond (Margaret Media, Inc. 2008).
    For more information please contact Jeffrey Pipes Guice by email at director@louisianafilmmuseum.org, or by phone at (203) 667-3674.
    You can also obtain additional information about the Louisiana Film Museum, including a list of the 600+ films produced in Louisiana since 1898, by visiting their website at http://www.louisianafilmmuseum.org.

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