At five and a half thousand members, the Facebook group Where Black NOLA Eats is described as a “safe space for the black New Orleans community, our allies, and visitors to promote black business and other businesses that value our dollars.” The group has inspired many a conversation and resource, including a google map of […]
Improving access to public transit is one of Chef Madi Butler’s passions, and it shows. Having grown up in Kentucky, where public transit access is limited (to say the least), Butler has seen firsthand how that lack of access can affect communities. This summer, Butler joins the Rail Passenger Association’s Summer By Rail program. Throughout […]
This week, a real estate listing on Redfin.com caused a bit of a stir, offering a multi-unit Marigny neighborhood home… for $3 Million.
The Trump administration may have blocked testimony on climate change from State Department intelligence analyst Rod Schoonover, and they may have pushed to suppress mention of climate change in official policy statements, but that doesn’t mean that climate change is not happening. Climate Anomalies According to the latest report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric […]
Southern Business & Development magazine has ranked New Orleans as the top major market of the year.
The announcement comes following increasing public pressure from political leaders, investors, shareholders and grassroots activists.
Job prospects after high school and even college can feel low, but is there anything being done about it? Mayor Cantrell’s office announced on Tuesday that the city received a grant of $150,000 to tackle these concerns with new youth employment programs to be developed over the next 18 months. Chief Administrative Officer Gilbert Montaño […]
The pro-birth group Louisiana Right To Life published an article on their website this week calling for Louisiana “foodies” to begin calling and harassing New Orleans restaurants who choose to support a woman’s rights. On Saturday, June 22, more than 50 New Orleans-area restaurants are scheduled to participate in Just Cause – A Boozy Bake […]
The beer industry contributes $4.3 billion to Louisiana’s economy each year, supporting more than 32,000 jobs.
Today (May 8) and throughout this week, drivers from the rideshare apps Uber and Lyft are protesting.
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