Saints 2024 Draft Pivotal To Success

April 24, 2024

The 2024 NFL draft, which usually coincides with the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, is pivotal to the team moving forward this upcoming season. Mickey Loomis’s salary cap strategy has led only to mediocrity and handcuffed the Saints in free agency. The Draft, despite all the hoopla and money and analysis that goes into […]


JAMNOLA™ to Unveil New “The Brass and The Beat” Exhibit at Event Celebrating Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph 

April 19, 2024

20 locals will have the opportunity to win tickets to an exclusive April 23rd event celebrating Jelly’s appointment as JAMNOLA Music Ambassador.  JAMNOLA, New Orleans’ cultural funhouse and immersive art experience announces the debut of its latest exhibit, “The Brass and The Beat.” This exciting unveiling will coincide with Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph’s appointment as JAMNOLA’s […]


Gaines Wins Demo State Party Chair as Part of Blue Reboot

April 15, 2024

Former State Representative Randal Gaines is preparing to settle into his new offices in Baton Rouge as head of Louisiana’s Democratic Party only because he aligned himself with the Blue Reboot reform movement. Created to bring new leadership to Louisiana’s Democratic Party, Blue Reboot played a decisive role in the recent Democratic elections for parish-level […]


Saints 2024 Free Agent Report Card

March 25, 2024

Are the Saints of 2024 better than the Saints of 2023 after this year’s first blush of free agency? The Saints are constrained in free agency because of the Saint’s strategy of kicking the can down the road, as it pertains to the salary cap. Every year sees contending teams get these bargain stars in […]


Is Real Change on the Way for Louisiana’s Democratic Party?

March 21, 2024

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are expected to easily win Louisiana Democratic and Republican presidential primaries on Saturday, March 23. Yet there are many livelier contests underway– some too close to call – for seats on the two state central committees and 39 parish executive committees. The March 23 election is what […]


Step Up and Other Groups Push for Worker’s Bill of Rights

March 19, 2024

Led by Step Up Louisiana, representatives of several community organizations and other advocates spoke passionately in support of the proposed Worker’s Bill of Rights at the New Orleans City Council’s Economic Development Committee meeting on Tuesday, March 19. On Thursday March 21, the full Council will consider a ballot proposal to amend the City’s Home […]


The Stella Shouting Contest Kicks Off This Year’s Tennessee Williams and New Orleans Literary Festival

March 11, 2024

On Sunday, March 17 at 2 pm, the beloved Stella Shouting Contest will take place in Jackson Square. The Stella Shouting Contest replays the iconic scene where Stanley yells up to Stella in the play, A Streetcar Named Desire. Actors Alexandra Daddario (The White Lotus) and Leslie Castay (both currently filming Mayfair Witches) will be there to judge, with Bryan Batt hosting and Errol Laborde as contest emcee. […]


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