In a rather bizarre Facebook post, District 9 Metairie Republican State Senator Conrad Appel attacked Essence Fest, black people, and Democrats, writing on his Facebook page, “as another Essence Festival, or should I say Democrat love fest, ends I am left to wonder if the attendees really understand what they have embraced. The black population […]
Another legendary local has died. New Orleans and the world have lost another legend. Mac Rebennack better known as Dr. John died this morning. He truly was one of the greatest musicians this city has ever produced. It is a very sad day. pic.twitter.com/FhzN5cosWG — Eric Paulsen WWL-TV (@EPaulsenWWL) June 6, 2019 As reported by […]
In response to the “heartbeat” abortion ban that Democrat Governor John Bel Edwards signed on May 30th, New Orleans City Council members Jason Williams and Helena Moreno will introduce a resolution at the June 6th regular meeting, condemning the signage of the bill. The ban – one of the strictest in the nation – prevents […]
A new poem by local New Orleans poet, Julia Gene Taylor.
Anytime news of this nature comes about, it’s a heart breaker. According to WGNO the father of our lovable Saints uber-fan “JJ” Robertson, one Jordy Robertson, has been arrested. Charges include: Conspiracy to distribute cocaine Wire fraud Witness threatening This past October, D.E.A. and local officials searched his Reserve, LA home and the LaPlace office […]
Part 4 of the continuing Huntington Sage by Adam Albaari.
A poem from emerging New Orleans poet, Camille Guillot.
As the government shutdown beats on, federal workers are feeling the hurt now more than ever. Paychecks are at $0, savings (if any) are drying up, bills are due, and groceries are in dire need. Charities are doing what they can to fill the void, but are, quite frankly, seeing their services choked by the […]
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