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City planners approve renaming Jefferson Davis Parkway for Norman Francis

The removal of the Confederate president Jefferson Davis’ name from the grand Mid-City boulevard moved a step further on Tuesday when the City Planning Commission ...

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Group is petitioning the city to rename Jeff Davis Parkway for Norman Francis

  Three years after the statue of Jefferson Davis was removed from its perch on Canal Street and Jefferson Davis Parkway, there’s a movement to ...

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Advertiser: Dr. Ali Sadeghi’s inaugural “Let’s Hear It For the Girls” Gala

Dr. Ali Sadeghi hosts “Let’s Hear It For The Girls” breast cancer fundraiser gala On Friday, Oct. 25, the elegant La Maison Du Lac on ...

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Art installation along Galvez neutral ground celebrates ‘The Spirit of Lower Mid-City’

Story by Christian Willbern, Loyola Student News Service Car engines roared as people chattered outside artist Monica Rose Kelly’s studio. Although different in sound, the ...

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Danae Columbus: Court Watch NOLA celebrates 11 years of citizen advocacy

The volunteers at Court Watch NOLA are a well-oiled data collection machine that have made a significant impact on the operations of the Orleans Parish ...

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Awards dinner to honor activist Felicia Kahn

The New Orleans Coalition is holding the Felicia Kahn Citizenship Award Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 26, to honor the legacy of political activist Felicia Schornstein ...

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Brother Bill Dardis, 79, watched over the Jesuit neighborhood

By Mat Grau, Jesuit High School Two events on Wednesday, July 10, impacted Mid City, each reminding us of the significance of the other. First, ...

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Mid-City Biz honors tradition and future at State of Mid-City luncheon

By Emily Carmichael, Mid-City Messenger The Greater Mid-City Business Association honored two impulses within Mid-City — the one that reaches toward tradition and the other ...

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Sidney Torres IV named Mid-City Person of the Year by business association

The Greater Mid-City Business Association announced today it will award the 2019 Mid-City Business of the Year to Mark’s Mid-City Service Station and the 2019 ...

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