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OCTOBER 2018 ISSUE

 

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Dillard University to Hold 12th Annual Housing, Health and Community Resources Fair

The 12th Annual Housing, Health and Community Resources Fair will take place from 10 am until 3 p.m.  Saturday, Oct. 20,  in the Professionals Schools Building on Dillard University’s campus. The event is free to attend and will feature more than 70 exhibitors representing health care service, construction, finance, insurance, job training and employment agencies,

What We’re Saying: Diverting Tax Dollars to Focus Infrastructure Is a Good Move for the City

It is a really good thing that summers are a historically slow period for tourism in New Orleans. That probably means there weren’t a whole lot of visitors traversing our wonderful city on July 22, 2017, when a lingering storm dumped nearly 5 inches of rain, flooding city streets. If we were lucky, even fewer

What We’re Saying: Charity Redevelopment Without Equity Will Be a Band-Aid on a Bullet Wound

We’ve known for a long time that Charity Hospital would be redeveloped. A massive, historic, structurally sound, one- million square-foot building in the center of city. Yep, we knew big plans for Charity were in the works the moment the state decided not to reopen it as a hospital. We’ve known what was in store,

OPSB to Update Public on First 100 Days of School Reunification

The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. Tuesday (Oct. 9) in the boardroom of the school district office at 3520 Gen. DeGaulle Drive in Algiers. The press conference has been billed as an opportunity to introduce new district leadership. Officials are also expected to provide an update on

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