A host of city initiatives and reforms are pushing crime in New Orleans to historic lows, but such gains are impossible to celebrate when homicide rates in the city remain four times the national average, said Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Wednesday night as he laid out the many ways he believes the city, its residents, and its state and federal partners can continue to push the progress forward.
By Lindsay Caton for Uptown Messenger
Tulane played strong defense Tuesday night against a top 15 ranked LSU team to come up with a big 4-1 victory over the Tigers.
Carbine Motorcars is the only indoor showroom facility in Orleans parish. We specialize in late model, pre-owned vehicles with low mileage, but we really just love to talk cars.
Lawrence Crocker and Sylvanie Williams — the two Uptown elementary schools in the New Orleans College Prep charter network — will add tuition-based seats to their preschool programs in the fall, part of a broader long-term strategy to create a completely new early-learning center in New Orleans.
Join The Historic New Orleans Collection as it toasts its 50th anniversary at Soirée d’Or, a black-tie gala on Wednesday, May 4. A museum, research center, and publisher, THNOC is hosting anniversary events throughout 2016, and the gala presents a unique opportunity to celebrate in style with live, local music and with food from an iconic New Orleans restaurateur, all at the beautifully renovated Orpheum Theater.
Guests will enjoy performances by the Preservation Hall All-Stars, JMO – The Jimmy Maxwell Orchestra and Joe Lastie Jr. and the Lastie Family Gospel as well as menu selections from Ralph Brennan Catering.
A new mapping tool that collects and visualizes environmental data down to the neighborhood-, street- and property-level will help New Orleans improve the planning of its “green infrastructure” — to cool the city off, manage stormwater runoff, increase bicycle transportation and even protect against storm surge, officials said.
The Rosa Mezcal restaurant on Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District, “Mexico’s Urban Kitchen,” won permission from the City Council to sell alcohol with meals.
Perhaps the most crucial skill a citizen can have when viewing the myriad policies proposed by politicians is knowing the difference between that which is substantive, and that which panders. The electorate should know when a politician is genuinely trying to make the world better, as opposed to merely looking like they’re trying to make the world better.
Alas, New Orleanians were exposed to the latter this past Friday, when Mayor Mitch Landrieu, flanked by Councilmembers Jason Williams and James Gray, proposed a five-part ordinance “aimed at promoting gun safety in New Orleans.”
Tipitina’s will host a family-friendly, free outdoor block party, as well as an indoor concert, this Monday, April 25 for their annual benefit and community festival event Instruments A Comin’. The outdoor block party will include performances by Donald Harrison, Jr. & The Tips Interns, The Roots of Music, Mary D. Coghill Charter School, and a battle of the marching bands featuring Edna Karr High School and Sophie B. Wright Charter School.
Superior Honda is a family owned car dealership located on the New Orleans Westbank that has been proudly serving New Orleans and the surrounding communities for over 40 years. We have enjoyed getting to know our customers on a personal level and seeing generations of Honda buyers come through our doors and drive off in their new vehicles. If you are searching for a new vehicle and are frustrated with your car buying experience, then head over to Superior Honda in Harvey on Westbank Expressway to see what quality customer care really looks like.
Superior Honda first opened in 1973 and is one of the first Honda dealerships in the country. Since our opening, we have been proud to offer New Orleans residents reliable automotive advice, quality Honda parts and a wide selection of vehicles. Superior Honda is currently offering amazing deals on new and leased vehicles to get you ready for the summer in a brand new car.
The Lusher Charter School governing board voted 6-5 on Saturday morning against recognizing a petition for collective bargaining by the newly-formed United Teachers of Lusher, likely triggering a schoolwide election on the question in the coming weeks.
After the recent outcry over a proposed soccer complex on The Fly, the Audubon Commission plans to create a new policy next week to promote input from neighbors before creating any new developments on more than an acre of green space under its control, the entity announced Thursday.