A woman who received a red-light ticket for a car she didn’t own was determined to have been driving a rental at the time, city officials said, making her responsible for the ticket.
The owners of the Rum House on Magazine Street plan to open a new restaurant next door, the “Red Dog Diner,” serving a wine-country comfort food in a casual Old World atmosphere, they said Tuesday.
One man was stabbed multiple times with a box cutter in an Uptown riverside neighborhoood on Friday evening, another man sitting in his car was robbed at gunpoint in Central City, and New Orleans police are looking for a teen who allegedly brandished a gun at a Central City convenience store, according to weekend crime reports.
After a tugboat capsized near the Louisiana Avenue wharf Tuesday morning, all five people aboard it were rescued from the Mississippi River, according to our partners at WWL-TV.
The Courtyard Brewery, a new “nano” brewery with a small taproom, is planned for a warehouse on Erato Street in the Lower Garden District, its founders told neighbors Monday night.
As speculation heats up about possible candidates in the upcoming New Orleans city elections, Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell so far faces only one announced challenger in her first bid for re-election: bounce artist Marlon “10th Ward Buck” Horton.
Alumni of the AmeriCorps program in New Orleans completed repairs to a Freret homeowner’s ceiling this weekend, and dedicated to the project to the memory of Joseph Massenburg, the 18-year-old AmeriCorps volunteer shot to death in April, reports Monica Hernandez of our partners at WWL-TV.
The two judicial seats on Saturday’s ballot will head to a runoff next month, whittling the eight-candidate field down to Stephen Jupiter and Clint Smith in Traffic Court and eliminating one person for a runoff between Harry Cantrell and Mark Vicknair for Magistrate.
Audubon Charter School cleared its audit for the 2012-2013 school year with no issues, according to a report presented to school leaders Saturday.
After a successful first year in 2012, the Irish Film Festival will return this weekend to the Prytania Theatre, with a gala Friday night and films throughout Saturday and Sunday.
The grief that follows the loss of a child to violence is one of the most unbearable burdens life can impose on a mother. It is one of life’s mysteries, then, that by gathering a dozen such heavy souls in one room, the burden on all of them becomes lighter.
“It hurts deeply to lose a kid, and you just don’t know why,” said Ann Dimes, a member of the “Helping Mothers Heal” group at the Watson Teaching Ministries on St. Charles Avenue. “So you reach out to another mother, another sister … because life is precious. Life will continue to go on.”
A new Vietnamese restaurant called Mint plans to open next month on Freret Street, bringing yet another cuisine to the corridor’s eclectic mix of eateries.
The anti-crime nonprofit Project NOLA received a $10,000 grant Wednesday from the Westway Group to expand its network of private surveillance cameras by 40 locations in the west-Carrollton neighborhood, New Orleans officials said.