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Janet Hays: Why I’m with Marlin Gusman (sponsored)

“Unconstitutional medical and mental health issues have permeated this litigation, and your efforts have greatly helped the Court address those concerns. Our work is not yet completed, but the path is clear. Once Phase III has been completed, a major obstacle will have been cleared toward substantial compliance.” –  Judge Lance Africk addressing Sheriff Gusman’s progress on federal Read More…

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Joe Giarrusso: Your trust and confidence (sponsored)

Dear Friend, Your trust and confidence has been so important to my service on the City Council. I want to continue the work we’ve started––and ask for your vote this Saturday. As your representative on the Council, I took the lead–– working with state, federal and local officials––to clean up the mess after Hurricane Ida, restore Read More…

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Ursuline Academy announces Fall Festival with lawn concert on Nov. 14 (sponsored)

The concert on the lawn at Ursuline Academy in New Orleans will feature three performances: The Hundreds Brass Band — The Original Pinettes — Charmaine Neville. Here in New Orleans, festivals play an essential role in celebrating our unique culture. After a year of virtual concerts and drive-by events, fall 2021 is finally gearing up Read More…

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Registration is open for Grow Dat Youth Farm produce boxes (sponsored)

Sign up to pick up a box of produce at the farm each week. The CSA program is Community Supported Agriculture, the Farm Share initiative is an opportunity for customers to enjoy chemical-free, fresh produce while investing in the Grow Dat farm and youth leadership program. This locally grown produce box runs for 29 weeks Read More…

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JP Morrell: In Case You Missed It (sponsored)

SPECIAL EARLY VOTING EDITION You only have until Saturday, Nov. 6, to vote early for JP at these locations.  ICYMI: Here’s a Rundown of What Happened This Week: Every Local Newspaper (yes, you read that right) is Endorsing JP This week, all the city’s premier Black-owned newspapers – New Orleans Tribune, Louisiana Weekly, and Data News Weekly – joined with Read More…

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Watch: Neighbors share stories of Joe Giarrusso’s relentless focus on quality of life. Early voting open through Saturday (sponsored)

Join Team Joe G! Saturday will be your last chance to vote early for Joe Giarrusso, but it’s not too late to join the many elected officials, civic organizations, newspapers, and neighborhood leaders on Team Joe G (check them all out below). Click Here to Join Us & Get Yard Signs As you may have seen, we’ve been sharing Read More…

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Times-Picayune and Gambit endorse JP Morrell (sponsored)

The Times-Picayune I Advocate and Gambit both endorse JP Morrell Today, the Times-Picayune/Advocate and Gambit both announced they are endorsing JP Morrell for New Orleans City Council at-large, Division 2, in the Nov. 13 election. Early voting starts Saturday and is available through Nov. 6, excluding Sunday. The Times-Picayune wrote in its endorsement: Our choice, though, Read More…

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U.S. Congressman Troy Carter Endorses JP Morrell (sponsored)

U.S. Congressman Troy Carter Endorses JP Morrell United States Congressman Troy Carter is endorsing JP Morrell for New Orleans City Council At-Large, Division 2 in the Nov. 13 election. Early voting is Oct. 30 through Nov. 6, excluding Sunday. Along with Congressman Carter’s endorsement, Morrell is the ONLY candidate endorsed by Governor John Bel Edwards, the Democratic Party, and theIndependent Women’s Read More…

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JP Morrell releases infrastructure plan for a resilient, prosperous and equitable future (sponsored)

JP Morrell Releases Infrastructure Plan for a Resilient, Prosperous & Equitable Future In New Orleans, infrastructure has been neglected for generations, with elected leaders kicking the can down the proverbial road. And that road is a very bad one. To change that, City Council At-Large, Division 2 candidate JP Morrell released an infrastructure plan Friday (Oct. Read More…