There is an old adage that states ‘music is a universal language.’ In the case of Music Educator Keith Hart, it is a bridge that connects young people to overcoming obstacles
Michele Brierre Jean-Pierre, is a woman dedicated to giving back to her community. She is the Executive Director of the Ellis Marsalis Center, located in the Lower Ninth Ward
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For over a century the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club has evolved from its early beginnings in 1909 parading on Mardi Gras Day through the Black communities
His velvety voice is recognized all over New Orleans, accompanying the sounds of smooth soul. Born Gregory Vigne, but known to his dedicated listeners as “Papa Smurf
As I look back on that windy and frigid day on January 20, 2009, it was a day our nation celebrated both the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend and the Inauguration of the Nation’s first African-American President,
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While in other parts of the country people are singing Christmas Carols in the traditional way; in New Orleans, the dissonant sounds and melodies
King Zulu Elect 2017 Adonis C. Expose' held his 18th Annual Birthday Celebration & Toy Drive on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at the Roy E. Glapion, Jr. Reception Hall.
The City of New Orleans has made national and international headlines due to excessive gun violence, including the Bayou Classic-Weekend shooting and the recent shooting of the former
Selfless and service are two words that describe Troy Carter; a man who has dedicated his life as both a public servant and private citizen to helping others.
President–Elect Trump Embrace of White Nationalism by Choosing Steve Banon as Chief Advisor Sends Wrong Signal in Divided America