Kim Boyle is a fine example of local black woman excellence in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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 […]
Out of over 9000 nationwide nominees, JRNOLA, has been selected as one of 3 finalists for the Allstate Youth Empowerment Award.
With the request of a trade by AD, happening in the same week as the Saints were denied a spot in the Super Bowl, it was like pouring salt into an open wound.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, an initiative created in 2010 by Congress to help raise awareness about this pervasive problem.
Wizard World is an amazing experience for anyone who is a fan of anything within popular “nerd” culture.
The New Orleans Junior Journalism Program is working hard to educate and mentor the next generation of New Orleans journalists.
It is evident that in Payton’s first year with the team, he is one of the most important players.
Sunday, the (12-2) New Orleans Saints hosted the (8-5-1) Pittsburgh Steelers in what was a crucial game for both teams with the playoffs looming.
Many fans showed up at the Smoothie King Center repping their favorite Wade gear and holding Wade posters proudly throughout the arena.
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