Recreating Abbey Road Crossing: Oestreicher family poses on famous London Street

abbey road photo david oestreicher from new orleansLONDON, England — Aidan, Tiffany and David Oestreicher posed for a recreation of the Beatles album cover in London on Abbey Road. Says David, to get to the location, get off at the St. John’s Wood tube station, and walk a few blocks.

The Oestreicher’s daughter, Bibi, was supposed to be Ringo, but traffic was heavy that day, and she declined.

The Abbey Road crossing, near Grove End Road, was made famous in a photograph made 43 years ago this month.

Photographer Lain McMillian spent about ten minutes photographing the Beatles for their album of the same name.

The Beatles recoded the album at the studio on the now famous street. It’s become a destination for fans of the band, and on any given day, in almost any type of weather, hordes of fans can be seen risking life and limb and holding up traffic to recreate the scene.

David Oestreicher gives lecture for the Louisiana Bar Association on Medicare Set Aside

New Orleans lawyer David Oestreicher gave a lecture before the Louisiana State Bar Association on, Aug. 17, 2012. The lecture was part of a professional, continuing education series. Oestreicher’s lecture focused on Medicare Set Asides. For more information, please visit lsba.org

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Oestreicher wins settlement, and cookie name crumbles

A federal judge signed a lawsuit settlement in which a Los Angeles woman will retain the sole rights to her brand of cookie confections. New Orleans lawyer, David W. Oestreicher, II, filed the suit on behalf of Phyllis Hoffman, who operated a mail order cookie business in New Orleans, where she also delivered to homes…

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Jazz Fest retains Local Charm and Caps Off a Profitable Decade since 2004

After the 2004 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival lost money, there was talk of slashing the next year’s budget. But longtime Fest producer Quint Davis’ new partners at AEG Live advocated for the opposite strategy. They said you can’t cut your way out of this. “This” refers to financial straits Jazz Fest found itself in, and…

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