Kill Violence

Posted by: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder Have you or someone you know been affected by violence? If you’ve ever wondered if there was anything you could do to prevent violence, come hear Delgado Community College Police Officer [...]

Ask M J

By: Jeannette Glen Dear M J,                  I recently broke up with my boyfriend. Last semester I began school and he didn’t seem to support me the way I wanted him to. I would do things to make him happy and he didn’t [...]

IRS Scams and why your refund could take longer this year!

By: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you have your hopes up for a quick income tax refund this year, don’t hold your breath!  Because of the millions of fraudulent and erroneous tax returns filed last year, with the IRS handing out at least [...]

Living Without Cable Television in the 21st Century And Loving It

  By: Mary Achary  On January 26 2016 my husband, Kenny did a very extraordinary thing. He hooked the last of our three remaining televisions to a 9-foot metal roof antenna that until that day had lived in our attic unused, a remnant [...]


By: Jeannette Glen Aries (03/21-04/19) Your ambition and determination have always taken you far Aries. Remember that at the root of every impetuous decision those characteristics may also be there. It is time for a little self-reflection before [...]

Tennessee Williams Literary Festival

By: Haley Goubert             If you’re a fan of American literary legends, then you won’t want to miss this festival. On March 26-27 in various locations around the French quarter, the annual Tennessee Williams festival will [...]

New Orleans and the Jazz & Heritage Gallery Celebrates Femme Fest 2017

By: Mary Achary  The year was 1972. President Richard Nixon would return to the White House in a landslide victory over Sen. George McGovern in the November presidential election, the United States was still fighting in Vietnam, and women all [...]

BUKU Music + Art Project 2017

By: Meghan Henoumont The Buku Music + Art Project will open its doors March 10 and 11 at Mardi Gras World.  Now in its sixth year, the Buku Music + Art Project has grown to include large-scale art installations, amazing food options and some [...]

Tough Mudder

By: Haley Goubert On March 18 and 19 a very special event will take place at NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale, nationally known as Tough Mudder.  The event features a 10-12-mile obstacle course of pure mud, open to the public as a single [...]

Delgado splits Wednesday doubleheader with Southwest Mississippi

Compiled from staff reports Delgado split its doubleheader against Southwest Mississippi Wednesday evening at Kirsch-Rooney Stadium, defeating the Bears 4-1 in game one and falling 3-1 in the second game. In the first game, Daniel Lahare [...]