Blogs

All Eyes on Three

  The New Orleans Saints begin final preparations for the 2019 season this week with the start of training camp. After seeing the team bounced from the divisional round of the playoffs in 2017 and the NFC Championship in 2018…

Hurricane Checklist for Businesses

  Many local businesses (restaurants, stores, etc.) must close during a severe storm or hurricane, but thanks to technology many can remain open or operate remotely. For a business equipped to operate during storms, saying that you’re open can be…

Biz on TV 7-10-19

Would you exercise for $2 a day? More about employer-sponsored wellness programs in this WWL/ WUPL–TV Biz-Cast.

Caps for Kids

  What do Oprah, Bruno Mars and Kyrie Irving all have in common? They are all Cap Heroes with Caps For Kids, a national nonprofit organization that provides kids with cancer with a ball cap autographed by their favorite celebrity. …

Fix This

  New Orleanians won’t admit that their anxiety levels are skyrocketing - we’re cool like that - but the truth is growing concern is apparent. Mother Nature is loaded for bear. Southeast Louisiana is facing a double-barreled weather situation this…

Do You Hear the People Sing?

  You don’t need to have a French surname to celebrate Bastille Day, or le quatorze juillet as it is known in France, especially if you are in New Orleans. We have a long tradition of celebrating our French culture,…

Photo Finesse

  Years ago, through her informative column in the Hinds County Gazette, Jane Brent helped the citizens of Raymond, Mississippi keep up with what was going on in the area. “It was the kind of paper that reported on whose…

Four-Star Sunday

  With three international soccer tournament finals, Sunday may feel like nirvana for soccer fans. Within hours, the FIFA Women’s Soccer World Cup, South American Copa America, and North American Gold Cup finals will all be played. Over the past…

Take a Look, It’s in a Book

  For more than 60 years, Storyland in New Orleans City Park has attracted children and families with its larger-than-life playground installations of fairy tale characters and their abodes. Now, like a lot of people who have surpassed the age…

MotoJustice

  Born and raised in New Orleans, Jacque Touzet often helped his father work in the family business, a saddle workshop near the New Orleans Fairgrounds. As a child, he enjoyed riding mini-bikes, go-karts and any other type of wheeled…

The Cost of Freedom

This month, we celebrate the nation’s birthday with picnics, barbeques and fireworks. Our family has always been a big celebrator of the Fourth of July. When Andréa and I were first married 30 years ago, we found the love of this…

Biz on TV 6-26-19

The new change that affects the way employer identification numbers, or EINs, are issued in this WWL/ WUPL–TV Biz-Cast.  

Splish Splash

  One of the most ludicrous things one could write about summertime in New Orleans is that it is very hot. There aren’t really many similes or metaphors that can do our summer heat justice. It’s the kind of heat…

Sno-ing in June

  In New Orleans, we love our Saints, our festivals and our snoballs. And whether its Plum Street or Pandora’s we all have our favorite stand to procure those sweet icy concoctions. Mary Collins’ stand of choice is Downtown 504…

Biz on TV 6-19-19

Five ways to fast-track your retirement savings and find investment vehicles that fit your goals and needs in this WWL/ WUPL–TV Biz-Cast.