A man was shot Wednesday afternoon on Danneel Street at the edge of Central City, New Orleans police said.
The Young Lawyers’ Section of the New Orleans Bar Association will sponsor a free legal fair Saturday in Carrollton, the group announced.
The death of a 74-year-old man in July was due to complications from a gunshot wound he suffered in 2011 on Spruce Street, the coroner’s office said.
Tulane University will host the Third Annual Bluedoo Run on Saturday, a two-mile race raising money for the prostate cancer research fund at the Tulane Cancer Center.
The Lusher Charter School governing board voted unanimously Saturday morning to meet behind closed doors to discuss the state’s Open Meetings Law.
Two people leaving the Hungry Howie’s Pizza on Earhart Boulevard were threatened by an armed robber, and a man was carjacked at gunpoint on Louisiana Avenue overnight, New Orleans police said Saturday morning.
Two men were robbed at gunpoint Saturday night on Magazine Street, New Orleans police said.
A Carrollton neighborhood leader and education consultant will challenge incumbent Woody Koppel in his bid for a third term on the Orleans Parish School Board.
Most people about to celebrate their 90th birthday probably just want to take it easy, but not Felicia Schornstein Kahn. A passionate feminist, political activist and a lifelong advocate of citizen education and social justice, Kahn is preparing to attend this month’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia — her tenth since 1976 — where she will be the second oldest delegate pledged to Hillary Clinton. A 93-year-old Ohio woman beat Kahn out for the top spot, according to Clinton campaign official Harrison Morgan.
As it continues its year-long project to beautify the fountains of the Lower Garden District, the Coliseum Square Association is launching a new “Live Oak Supper Club” fundraiser starting in June.
A new book examines the 200-year history of Poydras Home on Magazine Street, and the author will present it Tuesday evening at Octavia Books.
A panel of academics and activists at Tulane University will debate the controversial monuments later this month as part of an ongoing discussion series.