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NEW ORLEANS – Starting on Monday, Sept. 30 and continuing through Wednesday, Oct. 30, public school teachers in select parishes across Southeast Louisiana can submit their classroom projects for the chance to earn grants from Chevron through the Fuel Your School program. The program assists teachers, grades K-12, by providing them with supplies and funds … Read More
Iconic hotel welcomes up-and-coming Chef Adolfo Garcia, Jr. at two-week series on its renovated rooftop pool deck NEW ORLEANS – The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel is welcoming New York City-based, and New Orleans native, Adolfo Garcia, Jr., to its Fall Chef Pop-up Series on the rooftop deck Thursday, Oct. 3 and Thursday, Oct. 10 … Read More
A jewel of New Orleans City Park, Storyland plays a special part in the hearts of the children of New Orleans and is a part of the childhood memories of many adults. In Storyland, children can climb aboard Captain Hook’s pirate ship, follow Pinocchio into the mouth of a whale or scamper up Jack & … Read More
“SPECTACULAR!” The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, NYI, TimeOut NY Moulin Rouge! The Musical Based on the 20th Century Fox Motion Picture by Baz Luhrmann Set to premiere in New Orleans in November 2020 at the Saenger Theatre NEW ORLEANS – (Sept. 19, 2019) – Hancock Whitney Broadway in New Orleans announced today that the … Read More
Each year, the Gulf Coast gets put on notice that June 1 begins another hurricane season. As we reach the height of the season today – Sept. 10 – customer and employee senses heighten along with the tide. The way a business or organization communicates throughout all stages of any weather event is key to … Read More