While the fourth of July has many meanings for different people, this year is troubling for a lot of transgender and queer people. Following President Trump’s order to ban transgender people to actively serve in the military, it leaves many of us wondering where our patriotism stands. Two months ago, the Department of Defense approved […]
On Wednesday (May 22) the City of New Orleans completed a partial drill of its citywide evacuation plan.
New Orleans farmer Marguerite “Margee” Green has announced her candidacy for agriculture commissioner.
Leslie Barrow of Southern Comfort Consulting has been named the winner of the Urban League of Louisiana’s 2019 Women-in-Business Challenge.
Written by Wyatt Vaughn, Senior at Holy Cross School; Photos by Phillip Petty III, Sophomore at St. Augustine High School; mentored by Rob Noelke. Originally published on JRNOLA’s website. On a cold Monday night in the Big Easy, it was time for the Pelicans to try and get their 28th win of the season. Though […]
President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency in order to secure funding for the border wall.
On Sunday, New Orleans showed the world that the Saints can win a Super Bowl without even stepping on the field.
Yes Saints fans, it still hurts. The emotional pain and mental anguish is still very fresh for Who Dats everywhere at the moment, following the team’s 26-23 overtime loss to the Rams in the 2019 NFC Championship Game over a week ago; a contest in which a blatantly-missed no-call by NFL referees virtually robbed New […]
Conspiracy or coincidence? Roger Goodell’s continued silence on the most controversial call in NFL and possibly Pro Sports history, speaks volumes.
Another week has come and gone. Today, many federal workers will go without a paycheck for the second time. In honor of that, we’re changing up our usual style for the Progressive’s Weekend and highlighting businesses that are offering freebies to those who are working (or not) without pay. Food Emeril: Emeril Lagasse’s NOLA Restaurant in […]
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