In his first major community meeting with residents of the Uptown-based Second District, NOPD Commander Shaun Ferguson promised to make response times to emergency calls and reducing armed robberies his top priorities.
Whether we live Uptown, in Uruguay or Uzbekistan, we are all impacted by oil and the global economy. Though many sectors of New Orleans economy like real estate and technology are prospering, the war in the Middle East and its related immigration crisis, China’s economic slowdown, the broad impact of the continuing drop in oil prices coupled with new state and local taxes on the horizon could squeeze many lower and middle class New Orleanians in 2016.
A section of Coliseum Street near Touro Infirmary will experience low water pressure tonight (Thursday, Jan. 21) for the installation of a new water line, according to the Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans.
Three people have been arrested in connection with last fall’s robberies at three Uptown restaurants, and a fourth suspect remains at large, New Orleans police announced Wednesday afternoon.
Forty-one years ago, the first Peaches Records opened in a shop in a corner of the Carrollton Riverbend. This month — after a journey that has taken the persistent brand across the New Orleans and around the world — Peaches has returned Uptown, departing the French Quarter for a massive new space in the center of Magazine Street.
Loyola University New Orleans Opera Theatre presents Charles Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless tale of “star-crossed lovers”. The two performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23 and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24 in the Louis J. Roussel Performance Hall, located in the Communications/Music Complex on Loyola’s main campus. The opera will be performed in French with English supertitles.
A lifetime ago, I worked as a counter server slinging lattes at PJ’s on Maple St. I was a punk 19 year-old kid that found a fun group to grow in, my co-workers a lot like family—many of whom are still today only an email away or closer. We had a shorthand as close compatriots often do and inside jokes too of course.
We’d often go out together, drinking, catching a show. But none of us, not one of us, really, truly dug Motorhead—at least not enough to go to see them play live. But we had a little fabricated vignette we would trot out periodically specifically about Lemmy. And that was, if only he’d do a set in one of our living rooms while we sat couchside, then, yes, we’d go. That was over 20 years ago, and damn if I don’t regret never having seen Motorhead now.
A man in his 40s was shot on Eleonore Street early Wednesday morning, New Orleans police said.
Could you or someone you know benefit from a training program designed to develop and enhance leadership skills? Are you affiliated with an organization that needs qualified leaders on its Board of Directors?
The Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) is once again bringing its award-winning Get On Board training program to energetic individuals who want to improve Metropolitan New Orleans.
Installation of a new water line on Arabella Street will cause low water pressure for residents on several blocks on Wednesday, according to the Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans.
An unidentified man in his 20s was shot to death Sunday night on Joliet Street in Carrollton, New Orleans police said.
Are your friends and family missing New Orleans and that Mardi Gras spirit? Show them how much you care by shipping a fresh King Cake with Parcels and Post this season!
Bring in cakes from your favorite bakery and we will carefully pack them in our special King Cake boxes. We always provide a choice of carriers and rates to fit your budget. Add a little lagniappe to the care package – we have Mardi Gras themed greeting cards, jewelry, magnets, fascinators, bow ties and lots of locally made products.
NOLA Comedy Theater on Freret Street will host its 10th Annual New Orleans Comedy Arts Festival (NOCAF). The fest will take place from this Wednesday, Jan. 20 to Friday, Jan. 22. and will feature headliners and up-and-coming talent from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New Orleans.
New Orleans schools, city officials, social groups and others formed a massive parade through downtown and Central City on Monday morning in honor of the memory of civil-rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.