This week, we’re focusing on all of the ways that you can get out and support your community.
After years of rolling over for special corporate interests, new Democratic party members have discovered the power of helping the older members acquire balls.
Mardi Gras may be over, but that doesn’t mean that the party stops. This weekend we’re looking at family-friendly things to do in New Orleans.
Despite logging out and logging back in, then refreshing their pages, Facebook users on Wednesday found that Facebook still would not load. Many people attempted to reach out to Facebook, but since no one in the world has an actual phone number, their hope was to send a message through WhatsApp, which, like many people […]
It was announced today that the President would only focus U.S. “intervention” on African and Middle Eastern countries, or “shitholes,” as he calls them.
March is Women’s History Month, and Friday is International Women’s Day. In honor of that, this week’s Progressive Weekend is all about the ladies!
Mardi Gras is known for its abundance of plastic beads, go-cups, plushes, and other throws. Unfortunately, many of those beads and throws, as well as the packaging they come in, end up clogging New Orleans’ streets and catch basins. The final totals are in and on Wednesday, Mayor LaToya Cantrell posted on Facebook that the total […]
Mardi Gras in New Orleans has an average attendance of around 1.4 million people each year. Unfortunately, a lot of people neglect to tip.
The National Football League in its infinite wisdom appeared to disrespect the New Orleans Saints once again yesterday.
This week, we’re focusing beyond the parades with other Mardi Gras themed events and entertainment for you to enjoy.
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