News in the Region
Until recently, the only time there was any correlation between New Orleans and the video game industry was when the city was featured as one of the levels on Tony Hawk’s Underground 2 in 2004.
09/07/2012 | Read Story »
Pollina Corporate Real Estate Inc. released its annual ranking of top pro-business states, with Louisiana rising to No. 16 in the U.S. Louisiana has climbed 24 spots in Pollina’s ranking since 2008, making it the most improved state in the country over the last four years.
09/06/2012 | Read Story »
As the New Orleans metro area tries to bounce back from Hurricane Isaac, retailers are for the most part getting the doors back open.
09/05/2012 | Read Story »
Sitting in New Orleans today, it can be hard to tell that the city went through much more than a long weekend and the annual Southern Decadence festival.
09/04/2012 | Read Story »
Jim Marino was preparing to replenish the sand on a shriveling dune in Destin, Fla., when Hurricane Isaac churned up the Gulf Coast this week and washed it away.
08/31/2012 | Read Story »
Seven years ago, Hurricane Katrina made landfall 65 miles southeast of New Orleans. Winds topping 100 miles per hour ripped across the city, while its outdated levee system suffered 53 breaches, slowly submerging three-quarters of the city.
08/29/2012 | Read Story »
At least two local colleges are preparing students to enter the digital media field as Louisiana draws more businesses that perform post-production work for the film and entertainment industry.
08/19/2012 | Read Story »
It’s been stormy in New Orleans this month — a description you can use for what’s been happening in its news scene, too. After the shock in May over plans by the Newhouse family’s Advance Publications to cut the Times-Picayune’s print schedule to three days a week, New Orleanians launched a protest that is resulting in a flurry of movement on the news scene.
07/28/2012 | Read Story »