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Millennials Are Moving to New Orleans (and Not Just for Bourbon Street)

Millennials are moving to New Orleans by the thousands, and it’s not just for Bourbon Street. Since Hurricane Katrina, young… Read More »

9/7/2015 | Read Story »

At governor candidates forum, David Vitter, Jay Dardenne, Scott Angelle, John Bel Edwards tap-dance around central issue in race

The four men who would be governor wore dark business suits and sat in red cocktail chairs at the New… Read More »

9/4/2015 | Read Story »

Louisiana governor candidates came to New Orleans: Here’s the most interesting stuff they said

The four major gubernatorial candidates — Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, state Rep. John Bel Edwards… Read More »

9/4/2015 | Read Story »

Formosa considers $9.4B complex

Formosa Petrochemical Corp. is studying whether it’s feasible to build a $9.4 billion ethylene production complex in St. James Parish… Read More »

9/3/2015 | Read Story »

Why Doesn’t New Orleans Look More Like Amsterdam?

When Hurricane Katrina’s storm surge flooded southeast Louisiana, living with water was a nightmare for New Orleanians. For the past… Read More »

9/2/2015 | Read Story »

Where Do We Go From Here? Industry heavyweights share their hopes for Louisiana’s next governor

For at least the past two decades, Louisiana’s governors have consistently earned their stripes from the business community — winning… Read More »

9/01/2015 | Read Story »

A decade after Katrina

Much thanks Regarding “Gulf Coast marks 10 years since Katrina’s fury” (Page A4, Saturday), 10 years ago, Hurricane Katrina slammed… Read More »

9/1/2015 | Read Story »

Can New Orleans keep its downtown renaissance alive?

New Orleans developer Michael Valentino can stand in front of his latest investment and look in both directions on Canal… Read More »

8/28/2015 | Read Story »