Maple Street Book Shop has extended its final closing sale until June 30, with all used books half off and all new books 20 percent off, and a new order of the shop’s legendary “Fight the Stupids” merchandise in stock.
The New Orleans Recreation Department will open its summer aquatics season next week with the opening of pools across the city.
With a high-pressure school year coming to an end, the board of the New Orleans College Prep charter network is beginning a national search to find its next CEO.
After two officers in an unmarked car were threatened at gunpoint on Fern Street in the Gert Town area last week, New Orleans police supervisors are warning them to respond to calls for service with backup, authorities said.
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.