Eddie Rispone, the businessman from Baton Rouge remains the sole Republican challenger to Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards in the 2019 Governor’s race. Louisiana Senator John Neely Kennedy has announced that he will not be running, choosing to remain to serve the rest of his term in the Senate. The announcement ends months of speculation […]
Two New Orleans breweries are joining with over 1,000 others across the country to produce the Resilience Butte County Proud IPA, with 100% of the proceeds going to Camp Fire relief efforts. NOLA Brewing Co. and Urban South Brewery are two popular Tchoupitoulas breweries who are participating in the growing relief effort started by the Sierra Nevada Brewing […]
Earlier this year Louisiana private school T.M. Landry College Prep became a national sensation when videos of its students opening acceptance letters to top colleges like Yale, Harvard, and MIT. The school was featured on CBS Morning News, Ellen, and the Today show among others.
According to reports from the Clarion-Ledger, two children, ages 1 and 3, were injured when someone shot into their car outside the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
In a coordinated effort between the New Orleans Police Department, Orleans Parish Sherrif’s Office, the SPCA, and city sanitation workers, the homeless are being removed from the French Quarter.
The U.S. government released a highly-anticipated report on global climate change today, raising concerns that they may have been trying to bury the news amidst the busiest shopping day of the year.
An apparent burst pipe disrupted the 500 block of Washington Street on the afternoon of October 10.
After a tumultuous week in the scandalous world of Kenner politics, Mayor Ben Zahn has rescinded his attempt to ban city money from being used on Nike branded products. The ban was immediately criticized by a member of Kenner’s City Council, Gregory Carroll, as well as New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell. The “ban” came only […]
On Sunday, a viral story posted by Big Easy Magazine brought to light a memo in which Kenner mayor Ben Zahn attempted to ban the purchase and use of Nike products at all city recreational facilities. The story quickly gained national attention. We are proud to say that the mayor has now rescinded that memo. […]
The city of Kenner is attempting to ban Nike purchases from all city recreation programs. In a memo released on September 5, Mayor E. Ben Zhan III states that effective immediately, any booster club operating out of any Kenner recreation facility must have all apparel and gear purchases approved by the city. Further, the memo […]
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