Malorie Marshall

Editorial Intern

Malorie Marshall is a writer, journalist and graduate student at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She decided to move to New York after reading literary heroes like James Baldwin and deciding that "all writers end up in New York."

Malorie, a graduate of the University of Florida, studied English and plans to write a novel one of these days. She dreams of moving back to her hometown of Orlando, Fla. and documenting its stories. She's interested in pop culture, Black culture and history, film, photography, literature and inspired debates over dinner.

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8:45 am
Mon July 28, 2014

Will All New Orleans Bars Soon Be Smoke-Free?

Carrollton Station owner Mike Miller, speaking about how his bar went non-smoking at Smoke-Free Week's town hall meeting.
Credit Malorie Marshall / WWNO

Smoking in bars might become a thing of the past in New Orleans. City Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell and other organizations recently brought a smoke-free week to the city. That’s meant to raise support for a ban on smoking in bars.

New Orleans is known as a place where people like to unwind. Go-cups, ice-cold daiquiris, rich food, music and good times.

One aspect of this experience might be about to change.

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