By Griffin Richter Just two years have passed since star comedian Louis C.K was accused of sexual misconduct by five women. Now, he makes his return with a global tour, and his second stop is at the Orpheum Theater in downtown New Orleans. Shortly after the allegations were made public in a New York Times… Read More The Return of Louis C.K: Was his apology enough?
By Melanie Carbery Pontchartrain Park is quiet on weekend mornings. The neighborhood, wrapped around a sizable park and located just south of the lakeshore, feels surprisingly like the quintessential suburb despite the fact that its footprint lies fully within city lines. The midcentury architecture is quaint and modest, a comfortable background for the golfers who… Read More A Neighborhood of One’s Own
By Pawan Bhat On February 3, 2020, what used to be an empty lot a mere 10 days prior had become the site of a thousand bed hospital in Wuhan, China. What prompted such a sudden construction? The novel coronavirus, similar to the deadly SARS virus, had struck in late December and shut down an… Read More Tulane’s Lifelong Mission to Defeat Infectious Diseases
By Kevin Flood-Bryzman A ding lights up his phone. It reads, “Amanda Miller Real Estate: Braithewaite, LA.” Where the hell is Braithewaite? crosses Nick Boulet’s mind. He pulls up google maps to find the location for his next job. After a seventy-two minute drive, Nick spends no more than fifteen inside. He’s driven 25 miles… Read More Photography His Way
By Hayley Meisel It’s always hurricane season in New Orleans. No, not just the tropical storms – the New Orleans hurricane is a staple drink across the city that, no matter the time of year, people flock down south to try. From these trademark hurricane drinks to the bar-lined Bourbon Street to a city-wide open… Read More A Shot Of Something New
By Maya Schioppo With no promise of a job, no agent, and limited experience, one small-town boy from Arkansas came to New Orleans to start a career in acting and is now a rising professional actively cultivating opportunities and getting jobs within the community. “New Orleans is a good place for actors to get their… Read More Small Actor is Making it Big in the Big Easy
By Sam Reiner When people visit New Orleans, they expect to see many different parts of life in the city. Things like creole food, jazz music, beignets, and oysters are a few of the attractions that people come to New Orleans for. However, there is one more thing that people don’t expect to see when… Read More Of Shelters and Strays