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Ending a plan that was controversial on numerous levels, officials announced this week that Walter L. Cohen school will be rebuilt on its traditional site in the Milan neighborhood, while control of the Booker T. Washington site will be given to the KIPP network once the campus is rebuilt.
For the second time this year, Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans is debating whether to seek out additional classroom space in a building on Poydras Street in Mid-City or with modular buildings on its Priestley site in Carrollton.
Why fight construction and traffic between your home and the Post Office when you can drop by Parcels and Post? We offer a full range of postal options including way cool stamps, International Mail, Priority Mail and Priority Express.
Need a tracking number? We can add tracking to any mail piece to prove you sent the item. Come on in and take a look at our new selection of locally made and local themed gifts, cards, mugs, jewelry, magnets and bumper stickers.
What has happened to our candidates in Louisiana and the U.S.? In the old days, qualifying for public office was a sacred vow people took (men only for so many years) when they put themselves on the line for the public good.
Unfortunately, in our modern election cycle we have candidates who have no qualms lying about where they live, whether their taxes are properly filed and paid, and what their sexual habits might be. More than a few elected officials also commit crimes while in office and end up in jail.
The streets that will have low water pressure are Chestnut (from St. Andrew to Felicity and Orange) and Felicity (from Chestnut to St. Charles Avenue). The work will last from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, so that fire service to the area can be improved.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is holding a second line in Audubon Park this Saturday, Oct. 24 to raise funds and awareness for mental illness. NAMI will be accepting donations of gently used and new shoes to send to developing nations as well.
Investigators have released photos of two men suspected in an armed robbery in September of a South Carrollton Avenue gas station, and detectives are looking for more surveillance video related to three other armed robberies over the last week.
The 5th Annual Strike for STEM will be a night of bowling, cocktails, food, and live music by The Benchwarmers. The fundraiser will take place this Saturday, Oct. 24 at Rock n’ Bowl and will benefit Core Element, a non-profit organization promoting quality teaching in STEM–– science, technology, engineering and math–– across the Greater New Orleans area.
Audubon Charter School’s Hallow Oui to feature food, live music, and activities including an art market, teacher dunk tank, chicken drop, and costume contest.
Alliance Française is inviting the community to an apéro francophone at New Orleans Jazz Market this Thursday, Oct. 22. The event is open and free to the public and an opportunity to practice French and learn about options for learning to speak French.
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Camp Street near Jefferson Avenue will close this week through the end of the year as part of the ongoing installation of a drainage canal there, according to the Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans.
Investigators have obtained a surveillance photo of two people they want to speak to about an armed robbery last week on Melpomene Street in the Lower Garden District, and are hoping the public can help identify them, New Orleans police said.
The New Orleans Public Library will hold a Community Input Session in Uptown this Wednesday, Oct. 21. The sessions are to help plan for the future and prioritize library services.
The plan to move the police station out of a century-old building on Magazine Street and onto a vacant lot with a new swimming center just off Earhart Boulevard in Gert Town was approved by the New Orleans City Council last week.
A few weeks ago the animated TV show “South Park” premiered a new episode regarding an issue so close to our hearts here in New Orleans: gentrification.
The plot of the episode revolved around attempts by the fictitious Colorado town for which the series is named to attract a new Whole Foods Market. This, the city reasoned, would prove the backwoods hamlet to be progressive and forward-thinking.