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Development
2:17 pm
Sat December 15, 2012

$8M Expansion Under Way at Shopping Center

Three new businesses are setting up shop at Westside North Shopping Center in Gretna, which has been undergoing an $8 million expansion made possible by the city's acquisition of a street for the project.

The Times-Picayune reports Cavender's, a western wear store, Auto Zone and Planet Fitness will join other stores at shopping center, which splits the West Bank Expressway and is the city's big economic engine.

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New Orleans Hornets
12:07 am
Wed December 12, 2012

Hornets Sunk by Wizards, 77-70

Hornets head coach Monty Williams after the game.
Credit Jason Saul / WWNO

The Hornets handed the Washington Wizards the win Tuesday night at the Hive, 77-70, buried under a lackluster effort and 32.5% shooting, a new season low. The Hornets starters only scored 41 points, and the team put up a paltry 28 points in the entire second half.

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Farmers Market Minute
9:30 am
Sat December 1, 2012

Thursdays Are Different

I spent this past Thursday afternoon zipping from one farmers market to the other. Whereas Saturday markets are altogether larger gatherings with greater choice, our city’s Thursday evening markets offer some surprises.

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Food
4:23 pm
Thu November 29, 2012

Where Y'Eat: Kimchi on Claiborne

Little Korea on South Claiborne Avenue.
Ian McNulty

Table-top grills and a palette of traditional side dishes mark a new Korean eatery. 

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Inside the Arts
10:41 am
Thu November 29, 2012

Art Against AIDS

The 26th annual Art Against AIDS art auction and holiday gala returns to the New Orleans Museum of Art on Saturday December 1. We go Inside the Arts for conversation with event spokesman, actor and author Bryan Batt.

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New Orleans Hornets
12:04 am
Thu November 29, 2012

Preventable Mistakes Sting Young Hornets Team In Loss To Jazz, 96-84

The Hornets struggled on both sides of the court in front of a sparse home crowd at the New Orleans Arena on Wednesday, losing to the Utah Jazz, 96-84.

New Orleans played sluggishly throughout the game, their first at home after a four-game road trip, and with minimal time to recoup after Monday’s contest in Los Angeles. The young team looked tired.

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Talkin' Jazz
4:29 pm
Wed November 28, 2012

"Talkin' Jazz" With Great New Orleans Trumpeter And Vocalist Gregg Stafford

An interview with trumpeter and vocalist Gregg Stafford.

Gregg Stafford is one of the Crescent City's most talented, deeply-rooted and musically-committed trumpeters and vocalists — the kind of performer whose rich mix of passion, expertise, energy and sense of humor always makes for good listening and happy audiences.

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Education
11:41 am
Tue November 20, 2012

Future Of Cash-Strapped Historic Black Colleges

Transcript

CELESTE HEADLEE, HOST:

This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. I'm Celeste Headlee. Michel Martin is away. Coming up, short-term jitters are leading many small investors to pull their money off of Wall Street. We're going to ask what that could mean for them and the market in the long run. That's just ahead.

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Community Impact Series
8:19 am
Tue November 20, 2012

Community Impact Series: Young Aspirations/Young Artists

An artist with YAYA working with local youth.
Courtesy of YAYA

How one nonprofit is bringing the power of art, expression and mentoring to youth on the front lines of Louisiana's coastal land loss crisis.

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The Reading Life
4:06 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Will Schwalbe and David Spielman

This week on The Reading Life, Susan talks with Will Schwalbe, author of The End of Your Life Book Club, and photographer David Spielman, whose new book is When Not Performing: New Orleans Musicians.

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