Is New Orleans a Super-Spreader Locked in a Mighty Battle With the Delta Variant?

July 24, 2021

When Teedy (Mayor LaToya Cantrell) issues her new advisory on Thursday suggesting – but not mandating – that vaccinated and unvaccinated people wear masks indoors and maintain six feet of separation, it reminded us once again of the serious toll the pandemic is still having on our citizens and  the economy.  Governor John Bel Edwards […]

Celebrate Sustainability: New Orleans’ First Zero Waste Supply & Bulk Refill Shop Opens on Earth Day

April 13, 2021

There are zero reasons why you should be wasting your money on single-use products with plastic packaging, especially now that New Orleans’ first zero waste supply and bulk refill store, Vintage Green Review, is opening for business!  After occupying 3530 Magazine Street with a multi-week pop-up, Vintage Green Review has announced that it will permanently […]

Bar & Restaurant Owners Pleased With New Extended Hours

April 9, 2021

Business owners in New Orleans’ hard-hit hospitality industry are excited about the extended city-wide operating hours Mayor Cantrell announced today as part of the modified Phase Three guidelines put in place in response to COVID-19.    Effective 6 p.m. Friday, April 9, bars, restaurants and other venues will be able to sell alcoholic beverages between […]

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns Websites Against Selling Fake Vaccine Cards

April 2, 2021

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry put out a warning on the internet to stop vaccine card fraud. Shopify, eBay, and Twitter are providing ways to access or buy fraudulent COVID vaccine cards, and he’s had enough of it. However, it wasn’t just him though. As he points out, 45 other attorney generals have joined him […]

A Grim Milestone: Louisiana Passes 10k COVID-19 Deaths

March 22, 2021

According to the Louisiana Department of Health, more than 10,000 Louisianans have died from COVID-19. “10, 000 lives lost in one year. Any loss of life is tragic, but a loss this large is stunning,” said Dr. Courtney N. Phillips, secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health. “For context, that means we have lost more […]

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