The governing board of Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans voted Monday night to dedicate another $10,000 to the legal fight against a lawsuit before the state Supreme Court that seeks to deem funding for some charter schools unconstitutional.
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Walking in to Who Dat Beauty Supply is like walking into your dream closet. This cosmetics shop, located at the intersection of Louisiana Ave and Carondelet offers an array of hair products, makeup, and an assortment of jewelry and apparel. If you are looking for a shop that is on top of fashion trends, stop in and check out the goods in stock; they will be sure to having you feeling great – inside and out.
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The week after Mardi Gras festivities conclude, the Nix branch of the New Orleans Public Library in Carrollton will reopen to patrons after five months of renovations, officials announced.
Five robbery-related incidents were reported around the Uptown New Orleans area over the first weekend of Mardi Gras parades, New Orleans police said.
Mardi Gras season has generally been considered a prime time for breaking the rules. Whatever terrible activities your nefarious mind has contemplated, Carnival can accommodate.
Drink to excess? Do it during Mardi Gras!
Dress up in a ridiculous, profane costume? If it’s Mardi Gras, I’m there!
Several student organizations at Loyola University New Orleans have made efforts to aid in tornado relief and cleanup. While the school is not equipped with tools to send students out and immediately start rebuilding, they encourage students to find ways to help, according to a report by Dannielle Garcia of The Maroon.
The Krewe of Alla closed out the first weekend of Uptown parading Sunday with a theme of “Through the Eyes of a Child.”
The Krewe of King Arthur celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sunday by proclaiming themselves “Right Back Where We Started” and substituting their float titles with lines from the infinitely quotable film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”
The Krewe of Carrollton performed a few dozen of its favorite songs as it paraded on the Uptown route on Sunday, Feb. 19.
The Mystic Krewe of Femme Fatale drew from the world of games to kick off Sunday’s parades on the Uptown route.
The Knights of Sparta and the Krewe of Pygmalion rolled along the traditional Uptown route on Saturday night. Sparta rolled with the theme “A Knight at the Tony’s” while Pygmalion rolled with the theme “Journey to the Jade Empire.”
The Krewes of Pontchartrain, Choctaw and Freret all rolled along the traditional Uptown route on Saturday afternoon. The weather was clear, making up for the rain that soaked Oshun and Cleopatra.