New Orleans has long been known for its food, its culture, and its hospitality. Now the Big Easy is developing a new reputation: as a tech hub.
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.
Brees-y in the Big Easy: Drew’s Krewe Leads New Orleans to 10th Win In a Row as Saints Beat Falcons, 31-17November 23, 2018
In a real treat for fans, Drew Brees threw four touchdown passes — each one to a different undrafted free-agent receiver — as the future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback and an opportunistic defense led the Saints to a 31-17 victory over their hated arch-rivals, the Atlanta Falcons.
A review of nolaNOW Theatre Company’s first official production, Gruesome Playground Injuries in which we take a look at the acting, costumes and set design. nolaNOW is a new, talented, women led group that is definitely worth reading about.
For many families, walking or driving to see the holiday lights is a treasured annual tradition. And for light lovers, there are few cities that do things as enthusiastically as New Orleans. This year, there are a number of lighting ceremonies and experiences for both residents and visitors to enjoy. We’ve listed some of our favorites below, but feel free to let us know if we’ve left any out!
Saturday, November 24th, from 10 AM to 7 PM, will be Small Business Saturday, a national Shop Small and Stay Local initiative to bring about encouragement, advocacy, and education to consumers across the Greater New Orleans area.
While it was well documented that diversity was lacking at Boudin, Bourbon and Beer, Adriana Lopez looks at the deeper issue of diversity in the restaurant world.
The (9-1) Saints were impressive from start to finish yesterday, and Ingram’s big run on the game’s first play was clearly a further indication of things to come.
After losing his race in Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District, Justin Dewitt returned to work, only to be fired from his job for political reasons.
Hosting her first #tellcantrell Facebook video event since October 5th, New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell tackled infrastructure. Altogether, the video and discussion were extremely informative, raising hope for progress in infrastructure in the city.
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