In an era when many corporations are more interested in profits over people, New Orleans-based consulting firm trepwise is taking a different approach. On Wednesday, the company announced its new corporate social responsibility program, dubbed “trepwork for good.” The program is intended to harness the various corporate resources – social, financial, and intellectual – and […]
On August 20, the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (SWBNO) discovered one potential cause of flooding during the July 10 rain event. Using an amphibious vehicle equipped with an underwater camera to inspect the underground canal at the intersection of the Lafitte Greenway and Jefferson Davis Parkway, the SWBNO discovered an overturned car […]
It’s no secret that Mayor LaToya Cantrell believes in supporting her fellow women.
Deutsches Haus asked NOAF to leave the event after they had been there for only an hour, citing a rule regarding “political controversy.”
Former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco died on Sunday at the age of 76 following a long battle with ocular melanoma. In 2003, Blanco was the first woman to be elected governor of Louisiana. However, Hurricane Katrina struck only 20 months into her tenure as governor, killing more than 1500 people in New Orleans, damaging […]
At Mind Coach NOLA, Baker collaborates with mental health professionals, educators, and families to meet the needs of Louisiana’s neurodiverse population.
This week we’re trying something new and giving you a selection of community events, places to eat, and fun to enjoy.
The Red Bull Dance Your Style competition is an international competition bringing together, the region’s most talented dancers.
On Tuesday, the Revenue Estimating Conference (REC) updated their estimate of the City’s revenue for the 2019 fiscal year to show that New Orleans is on track to reduce their reliance on one-time revenue. They are also closer to eliminating the use of the balance fund to fill any budget holes. “If things continue on […]
When you walk into Cafe Negril’s new entertainment and food space, Po-Breaux’s, one thing immediately becomes clear: there’s no place on Frenchman Street quite like it.
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