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California video game developer inXile to open New Orleans studio

On a recent weekday, Matt Findley walked down Oak Street, had a friendly chat with four strangers, stopped by a […]

10/21/2015 | Read Story »

Baton Rouge, New Orleans to eventually join together as one metro statistical area, economic development leaders predict

The Baton Rouge and New Orleans metro areas will eventually become a single metropolitan statistical area, or MSA, which will […]

10/21/2015 | Read Story »

Certificate Program Seeks To Ready Workforce For ‘Water Sector’

Staving off coastal land loss in Louisiana will take lots of money and lots of manpower. In just the next […]

10/20/2015 | Read Story »

Mom, don’t take his Xbox away! Gamers converge on New Orleans for Major League Gaming finals

It was a tense moment in the opening rounds of Major League Gaming’s World Finals. OpTic Gaming, arguably the best […]

10/17/2015 | Read Story »

New Orleans, 10 Years Later

Some dates settle in our nation’s collective consciousness and can never be forgotten. August 29, 2005—the day that Hurricane Katrina […]

10/11/2015 | Read Story »

How Gentilly’s wild ‘Accidental Forest’ escaped development for centuries

Some of history’s toughest questions are those that ask “why not?” Many features in our cityscape, for example, can only […]

10/08/2015 | Read Story »

Local officials pushing to get new jets for Navy strike fighter squadron in Belle Chasse

Jamie Mailman spent much of Wednesday morning on the wings of a Navy fighter jet that’s almost as old as […]

10/03/2015 | Read Story »


New Orleans is well acquainted with the challenges of living with water. But as is true of governmental authorities that […]

10/01/2015 | Read Story »