’Tis the season to enjoy spending time with the family and catch up on holiday classics, such as It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Listen to holiday jingles, whether they’re from a Disney film or Run D.M.C. Best of all, you get to dig into Christmas themed goodies, ranging […]
Post-Tropical Storm Olga slammed into New Orleans on Saturday, causing widespread damage and leaving more than 60,000 without power, including the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Winds of nearly 60 mph gusted through the city, downing trees and power lines, as well as causing other damage. The National Weather Service (NWS) had issued a […]
On October 18, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Louisiana Chapter is hosting its fourth annual FORWARD Symposium on Sustainability. This event will bring together environmentalists, architects, educators, business leaders, and students from across the state and the country to discuss sustainability innovations, climate change, social action, and education. The theme of this year’s event […]
Ever since Drew Brees came to New Orleans, he has been a hero to me. The last thing my publication and I wanted to do was to defame an American hero. For the record, we don’t believe we have defamed him. Drew Brees has always shown class, dignity and respect in all of his encounters […]
On Thursday, the Sunrise Movement and Louisiana College Democrats held a rally to thank State Senator Karen Carter Peterson for her support of a Climate Debate.
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 […]
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