Neil deGrasse Tyson packs Tulane’s McAlister Auditorium

By: Seth Mattei Neil deGrasse Tyson, the famous astrophysicist who currently hosts FOX’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” gave a spirited lecture to a capacity audience at Tulane University’s McAlister Auditorium. The auditorium holds [...]

Jazz Fest picks 2014

Dee-1 Friday, April 25 from 4:15 until 5:05 p.m. at the Congo Square Stage. Dee-1 is a local rapper who, after teaching school for two years, resigned before the 2010-2011 school year to focus on his music career. He has performed alongside [...]

“An Evening with Lady Sophia”

By: Tara Johnson Lady Sophia’s “NEE” collection (NEE meaning the birth of) had its Spring/Summer Fashion show and it was nothing less than a success. The Event took place at the Historic Maison Lafitte in Mandeville. The venue [...]

August Alsina album release

By: Vantrell Leslie Hometown star, August Alsina, returns home to celebrate album release. August was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and even though no one in his family was musically inclined, August had a passion for singing. August first [...]

I thought I was living in the land of the free….

By: Alisa lindsey Mississippi legislators passed a controversial religious freedom bill on April 1, 2014 that could allow state residents to sue over laws they say place substantial burden on their religious practices. The question that remains [...]

Ride for Johnny

By: Victoria Trainor   John Provenzano, otherwise known as “Johnny Bullzeye” graduated early from Jesuit High School in his junior year, and is currently studying at the University of New Orleans for a degree in mechanical engineering. [...]

USA World Cup Preview

By: Nick Ducote This summer Brazil is hosting the World Cup. Though the country of Brazil is still considered a third world country, it still scraped together enough money to make several multi-million dollar stadiums. The event will cover [...]

Saints Need Receiving Threats

By: Nick Ducote Coach Sean Payton is one of the most unique minds in the NFL today. His offense is also one of the most intricate playbooks in the coaching fold. He comes from a lineage of coaches that have won multiple Super Bowls. Payton was [...]

Wrestlemania recap

By: Jeff Boudreaux     In 1985, Vince McMahon had a vision that would change professional wrestling forever. That vision was called Wrestlemania and sports-entertainment was officially born. For the 30th anniversary of this spectacle, virtually [...]

Women judging women: are the jury of her peers friends or foes?

Shawnta Broussard  Women are beautiful, delicate, sensational creatures that gave birth to society. How are beings with such purpose some of the most vicious towards their own kind. What makes a woman so judgmental and hateful?  Catfights, [...]