ALL THAT GLISTERS IS NOT GOLD: JOHN BEL EDWARDS GLEAMS OVER  OPPONENTS IN THURSDAY EVENING GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE  

By Molly Kellogg This past Thursday evening, the three Louisiana Gubernatorial candidates took the stage in dramatic fashion: Representative Ralph Abraham, businessman Eddie Rispone, and sitting Governor John Bel Edwards, trading shots and floating vague comments all evening. “We have the highest sales tax in the nation, and that’s why we’ve lost more jobs than… Read More ALL THAT GLISTERS IS NOT GOLD: JOHN BEL EDWARDS GLEAMS OVER  OPPONENTS IN THURSDAY EVENING GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE  

Two Thumbs Down: What Drew Brees’ injury means for the Saints season and how the city of New Orleans is responding

By Jon Klein             On September 15th, a rematch eight months overdue ensued between the Saints and the Rams. After the heartbreaking loss to Los Angeles in the NFC Championship game in January, a Week 2 match up seemed like a perfect time for cable to stage Drew Brees and the rest of New Orleans… Read More Two Thumbs Down: What Drew Brees’ injury means for the Saints season and how the city of New Orleans is responding

Thanks for the Tip

By Jeff Wong   Tourism is one of New Orleans’ primary economic contributors. Every year, millions visit the city to take part in its unique cultural experience. However, few realize what it actually takes to keep this industry running. Jirus is a line cook at Deanie’s Restaurant, a mid-priced seafood restaurant just on the outskirts… Read More Thanks for the Tip

The Cost of Football

By Justin Walton   At the beginning of every August, 130 division one college football teams begin formal practice for the upcoming fall season.  For an entire month, athletes practice from sunrise to sunset for recurrent days on sun cooked turf football fields. Teams labor in heated conditions while also studying playbooks, watching film, and… Read More The Cost of Football