New Orleans, Louisiana – Nine moths after BP's Macondo Well exploded and oil began gushing into Louisiana's fishing waters, businesses who survive on selling local seafood are still adjusting. Eve Abrams learned that less money and more questions are just part of what local seafood purveyors are having to contend with.
New Orleans, La. – Mayor Landrieu says two organizations are signing on to run Memorial Hospital when it reopens in New Orleans East. The Franciscan Mission of Our Lady will run the hospital. Daughters of Charity will be in charge of clinical operations. He says it could take more than two years for the 80-bed hospital to reopen, but highlighted other signs of public and private investment.
New Orleans, LA – The winter months bring shorter days, less sunshine, and colder temperatures. Northshore reporter Jollaine Schear explores a common condition in the wintertime and how to turn frowns upside down.
New Orleans, La. – Budding thespians with NORD Crescent City Lights Youth Theater garner 2 national awards... and, Southern Rep. Theater is celebrating an annual New Play Bacchanal which kicks off tonight!
Stirred into coffee or baked into desserts, sugar is often a sweet finish for the palate. In Louisiana, however, sugar is more of a foundation than a finale. It's a staple of the kitchen but it's also been a driving force in Louisiana's history, the state's economy and even the character of vast areas of the Louisiana countryside.