New nonprofit The COOL Cooperative aims to get kids
excited about careers in the film industry.
Tim Williamson, co-founder of The Idea Village, discusses New Orleans’ rebirth as an entrepreneurial hot spot and efforts currently underway to take things to the next level.
February is a big month for parties and good times. And it also happens to be American Heart Month. It’s a lot, but we’ve got it all covered. For Carnival-goers, we introduce you to a must-have app that has you…
Local artist Alexander Harvie makes a living from providing newlyweds
with the ultimate wedding keepsake.
A look at the next few months of local filming
Captain of the Krewe of Orpheus and Chairman of the Mayor’s Mardi Gras Advisory
Committee, Sonny Borey is an integral part of New Orleans’ annual festivities.
Hollywood South has a few contenders in this year’s award season.
It’s time to party! Yes, while the rest of the country seems content with one night of festivities for New Year’s Eve, we here in Louisiana are just getting started. My first memories of moving to New Orleans…
The company responsible for funding
everything from films to food trucks
Has chosen the Crescent City to debut
its newest initiative.
There are definite perks to this job. One of which I recently enjoyed when I got to be one of the first people to walk into the new Microsoft store during their grand opening at Lakeside Mall Friday, Nov. 14,…
Stunt professionals risk their lives for your entertainment, so what do they get in return?
Known for his iconic role as Bo Duke in The Dukes of Hazzard, John Schneider takes on a new title as owner of John Schneider Studios in Holden, La.
Sometimes life takes you places you’d never dreamed you’d go. For instance, recently I found myself out in the middle of Holden, La., spending a leisurely afternoon outdoors with the man who, when I was just six years old, officially…
California tries to get back in the game as North Carolina pulls out.
New Orleans Film Festival’s unprecedented growth
echoes that of Hollywood South.
New Orleans native uses the simplest of mediums to create stand out signage