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  • Travelgirl Tips: Baseball Vacation

    If you’re a season ticket holder for the New Orleans Zephyrs, that’s one of the best deals in town! A full 72-game package will run you less than six dollars per ticket. But if your “other” favorite team requires a trip out of Louis Armstrong International, get ready to cheer. Hotels in other parts of the country have packages made especially for baseball fans. Stay close to the Green Monster at Boston’s Fenway Park with a stay at Hotel Commonwealth, the […]

  • Dr. Rachel: the vaccine against cancer

    In some cases, more is better. When it comes to the new HPV or human papilloma virus vaccine, that is definitely true. The HPV virus is responsible for cervical, vaginal, vulvar, anal, penile, some oral cancers and warts. The virus is transmitted by skin to skin contact, usually during INTIMATE contact/sexual relations/sexual activities, so most people will be exposed to the HPV virus during their lifetime. Here the good news: the HPV vaccine has just gotten better. The new vaccine protects […]

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    Agents reunite, thank God and training after machete attack

    The heroes of last week's machete attack at Louis Armstrong International Airport reunited today and got a visit from their boss, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.

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    Darren Sharper Skypes Nevada Guilty Plea

  • Joint’s Jumpin’ Brings Classic New Orleans R&B to Harrah’s

    Comedian Jodi Borrello previews Joint’s Jumpin’, a celebration of classic New Orleans rhythm & blues at the Theatre at Harrah’s, March 20, 8pm.  

  • Local School Teaches Styles of Irish Dance

    Jan Gunter from the Muggivan School of Irish Dance discusses two styles of Irish dance, soft shoes (ghillies) and hard shoes, with performances by Sage Sigler, Dorian Joye, and Sisson O’Reilly.

  • Irish Dancers perform in hard shoes on the Twist Stage

    Sage Sigler, Dorian Joye, and Sisson O’Reilly from the Muggivan School of Irish Dance perform in hard shoes on the Twist Stage.

  • Irish Dancers perform on the Twist Stage

    Sage Sigler, Dorian Joye, and Sisson O’Reilly from the Muggivan School of Irish Dance perform on the Twist Stage.

  • New Breed Brass Band performs ‘Whatcha Workin’ It For’ on the Twist Stage

    Check out New Breed Brass Band Wednesdays at Blue Nile at 11pm. And follow their latest posts on the New Breed Brass Band Facebook page.

  • New Breed Brass Band performs ‘Sidewalk Rock’ on the Twist Stage

    Check out New Breed Brass Band Wednesdays at Blue Nile at 11pm. And follow their latest posts on the New Breed Brass Band Facebook page.

  • They’re back! South band reunion concert this weekend

    After more than 20 years, the band South is back! They played all around town from 1970-1990.  And, they plan to do it again! They’re kicking things off with a Reunion Concert Sunday at Rock ‘N’ Bowl from 4 – 8pm. We talked to members of the band about why they’re coming back and about their plans for the future.  And they say that this isn’t a one-and-done concert.  They plan to perform just like they did before.  So if you are […]

  • ReNEW Cultural Arts students perform ‘The One and Only’ on the Twist Stage

    Students from the ReNEW Cultural Arts Extended Day Program, a 2012 Presidential Turnaround Arts Awardee,  in Partnership with the David Batiste Family, perform “The One and Only” with  Sa’Miya Meyers singing lead vocals.