By Nicholas Reimann for UptownMessenger.com It may still be over a month to Halloween, but the NOLA Horror Film Fest is set to bring in some scares a little earlier as it opens for its eighth annual event Thursday at the Prytania Theatre. Thursday night will feature the festival’s opening film — Louisiana-produced “The God [...]
A man tried to rob a business on Milan Street at gunpoint Monday morning, but his clumsy handling of his firearm gave the business owner the opportunity to escape, New Orleans police said. Shortly before 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 17, the gunman walked into the business in the 1700 block of Milan Street (between Carondelet [...]
The move comes three months before Orleans Parish residents will vote on whether to change the city’s charter to add a council member to the utility’s governing board.
By Samuel Kahn, Loyola Student News Service Bike lanes are being added to Baronne Street by safety-vest wearing volunteers to demonstrate how bike lanes promote bike riding and bike safety as New Orleans hosts the 20th Walk Bike Places conference this week. The event runs through Wednesday at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel on Canal [...]
A man suffered several gunshot wounds Sunday night after a shooting just off Earhart Boulevard in Hollygrove, New Orleans police said. The victim, a man in his 40s, was in his vehicle in the 2800 block of Cherry Street (near Apricot Street, which runs alongside Earhart Boulevard) around 9:45 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, when a [...]
A resident's lament: "It's like we aren't even here."
New Orleans’ Restaurant Week has only two days and nights left to enjoy. September is one of the slowest months of the year for restaurateurs, but it’s an excellent opportunity for locals to experience new chefs and new menus from old favorites. Celebrating its eighth year, Restaurant Week New Orleans offers a line-up of restaurants [...]
Mayor Cantrell appears to have broken state law with private Sewerage and Water Board conference calls. Group proposes strict new rules for short-term rentals.
One thousand runners are expected to dash across the Tulane Uptown campus on Saturday evening as part of the Fifth Annual Blue Doo Run, a fundraiser for prostate cancer research. The two-mile race begins at 5 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 15) behind Gibson Hall on St. Charles Avenue, and is open to all runners and walkers [...]
A closer look at the disaster response Trump calls one of FEMA's best efforts.
City planners are “skeptical” about McDonald’s plan to demolish their two-story restaurant on St. Charles Avenue and replace it with a new building designed to be more manageable for staff, but will continue talks with the corporation’s architects and attorneys for another month before making a recommendation, they said this week.
Sponsored by We’re reaching that part of the year when all of us start becoming amateur meteorologists as the waters of the gulf start churning up. Our lineup is also in a great state of flux as we move in two new films featuring dangerous people and dangerous visions. Join us for a journey to [...]
With an overall enrollment of more than 1700 students, Lusher Charter School CEO Kathy Riedlinger understands the importance of her students developing strong reading skills at an early age. That’s why Riedlinger, her elementary principal and two other Lusher leaders attended a symposium yesterday hosted by the Center for Development and Learning (CDL), a non-profit [...]
The Residents for Ethical and Sustainable Tourism ordinance has been presented to the council. STR critic says she is optimistic that a council member will introduce it for consideration.
Investigators have identified a suspect in a break-in at a vacant Central City home where several appliances were stolen, and are hoping the public can help locate him, New Orleans police said. The break-in at a vacant property in the 2700 block of Thalia Street was discovered around the afternoon of Aug. 31, when a [...]
The conference calls were held days before a major staff shakeup. Cantrell administration previously denied "secret meetings."
The City Planning Commission is meeting at 1:30 p.m. today to hear a request to convert the former Publiq House building on Freret Street into a grocery store with new condos above the parking lot. See below for live coverage. Live Blog City Planning Commission – Sept. 11, 2018
A man who stole a case of beer from a St. Charles Avenue business and then tried to stab the cashier earlier this year is now wanted by police after his image was caught on surveillance camera, and investigators are hoping the public can help identify him, New Orleans police said. The man entered a [...]
Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle Orleans, the French-immersion private elementary school, will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for its latest expansion, a center for arts and athletics in former historic Magazine Street shopfront. The new Center for Arts & Athletics at 4310 Magazine is the school’s fourth campus, including its flagship building at 812 General [...]
Dr. Jennifer Creedon, with Podesta Wellness, is currently accepting new patients. Dr. Creedon is board certified in adult, adolescent and child psychiatry. She has additional training and has worked in the fields of addiction and trauma as well. Dr. Creedon completed undergraduate studies in biology and psychology at the University of California, San Diego, and [...]