The $350 per-table charge is part of City Ordinance #27625, which was passed in late October 2017.
Once again, President Trump has threatened to end freedom of the press in the United States – a clear violation of the First Amendment and his sworn Presidential duty to protect the Constitution. On Wednesday afternoon, President Trump tweeted: “Democrats just blocked @FoxNews from holding a debate. Good, then I think I’ll do the same thing […]
A source close to Dr. Tammy Savoie has told Big Easy Magazine that the former Congressional candidate might be considering another run.
IDEA Public Schools boasts an exceptionally strong focus on college readiness, defending its 12-year record with a 100% college acceptance rate in Texas.
With a high percentage of sunny days and peak power demand on the hottest, brightest days of the year, New Orleans is a great candidate for transitioning to solar energy. But why hasn’t this transition happened quicker? “New Orleans has good insolation,” explains Logan Atkinson Burke, the Executive Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy. […]
On Thursday, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos unveiled the Education Freedom Scholarships and Opportunity Act.
Beto O’Rourke’s sister Charlotte posted a photo on her Facebook account that may indicate her brother will be seeking the presidency in 2020.
As expected, the testimony of Michael Cohen before Congress today has been both contentious and partisan.
Four students from the College Beyond program are traveling to Capitol Hill this week for two days of education and advocacy with the National College Access Network (NCAN). The students will be learning how to educate and inform Congress about issues they face, and how Congressional leaders can help students achieve their educational goals. They […]
One of the frustrations that many parents have to deal with due to New Orleans’ unique charter system is juggling the different school calendars.
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