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Local musicians second-line for Eugene Grant

Local musicians second-line for Eugene Grant

Andres Fuentes

July 23, 2019

On a humid Sunday afternoon, second-liners used beats and brass to bring awareness to the reality of life as a street artist in New Orleans. Earlier this month, Eugene Grant, a local musician, was arrested near the corner of Frenchmen and Charters Streets after a local business reported him to the po...

New Orleans residents show support for undocumented immigrants

New Orleans residents show support for undocumented immigrants

Andres Fuentes

July 20, 2019

As the sun set down on New Orleans, hundreds of protesters came out to voice their resentment toward politicians and migrant detention camps. Under one voice, both the speakers and the supporters shouted, "Ustedes son hermosos, we are all beautiful people," on July 19. Together with other organizations...

What did Tropical Storm Barry look like outside New Orleans? Sandbags and swimming snakes

What did Tropical Storm Barry look like outside New Orleans? Sandbags and swimming snakes

Andres Fuentes

July 14, 2019

After days of warnings about the dangers of Tropical Storm Barry and millions of dollars of potential property damage, most New Orleanians woke up July 14 to calm cloudy skies and hurricane party hangovers. This left many residents to question why news stations aired storm coverage over their reg...

Uptown Howl Season 4 – Episode 13

Uptown Howl Season 4 – Episode 13

April 26, 2019

April 26, 2019 On this week's Uptown Howl, Anum Siddiqui and Neecy Harrsion discuss Lil Nas X's rise to country superstardom and Coachella surprises. Shadera Moore also interviews entrepreneur Cheyenne Williams. ...

Column: The French Quarter Fest celebrates everything New Orleans

Column: The French Quarter Fest celebrates everything New Orleans

Andres Fuentes

April 15, 2019

You couldn't tell that hurricanes upon hurricanes dispersed its people. There were too many shuffling feet, dancing to horns, strings and melodies. You couldn't tell that there was once a yellow fever epidemic. There were too many smiles chowing down on Cajun food. You couldn't tell that a ...

Loyola athletes learn how to dine with the Wolf Pack

Loyola athletes learn how to dine with the Wolf Pack

Emma Ruby

April 9, 2019

Weight training, early-morning practices and post-game film breakdowns are all staples of the student-athlete experience, but an aspect of athleticism that often goes unrecognized is the attention to diets that many athletes and coaches strive for. According to tennis Head Coach Kyle Russell, maintaining...

Uptown Howl Season 4 Episode 12

Uptown Howl Season 4 Episode 12

April 5, 2019

Uptown Howl Season 4-Episode 12 from Loyola Maroon on Vimeo. April 5, 2019 On this week's edition of Uptown Howl, Shadera Moore and Shelbi Copain give you the latest on the Nipsey Hussle story. Ariana Del Mar interviews Student Government President Jessamyn Reichmann and Senator-at-Large Gabri...

Uptown Howl Season 4-Episode 12

Ariana Del Mar

April 5, 2019

March 29, 2019 This week on the Uptown Howl, Anum Sidiqqui and Neecy Harrison give you the hottest gossip in entertainment news. Shelbi Copain interviews Thomas Barrera....

World Rhythms Festival celebrates African influence in New Orleans

World Rhythms Festival celebrates African influence in New Orleans

India Yarborough

April 4, 2019

Music, food and a nod to history – that was the theme of this weekend’s Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival. “This festival is a celebration of the African diaspora and its connection to New Orleans,” said Kia Robinson, marketing and communications coordinator for the New Orleans Jazz...

Buku Fest rocks the docks

Buku Fest rocks the docks

Caitlyn Reisgen

March 31, 2019

BUKU Music and Art Festival ended its 8th successful year as thousands of guests attended the two-day festival at Mardi Gras World. Attendees enjoyed the music of the over 70 artists who performed at the festival. Other attractions included live graffiti art and the BUKU Bazarr. Over 15 graffiti artists...

Krispy Kreme is trading doughnuts for beads

Tyler Wann

March 26, 2019

Krispy Kreme is turning a closet full of Mardi Gras beads into both an opportunity for free donuts as well as an opportunity to give back. This Monday and Tuesday, the Krispy Kreme of Metairie is willing to trade donuts for Mardi Gras beads. Every 12 lbs of beads will get customers a free dozen...

Uptown Howl Season 4-Episode 10

March 22, 2019

On this week's edition of the Uptown Howl, Ariana Del Mar and Neecy Harrsion bring you the latest in entertainment news. Jade Myers interviews student and entrepreneur Janae Sterling about her eyelash business.

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