10 hrs ago | via Best of New Orleans
New Orleans Healing Center, Cafe Istanbul, 2732 St. Claude Ave., 975-0286; www.cafeistanbulnola.com or The Up Stairs Lounge was usually crowded on Sunday nights. Comment?
11 hrs ago | via NOLA.com
Dorothy 'Miss Dot'A Domilise is being remembered by longtime customers as a woman whose capacity for friendship was as abundant as the dressing she slathered on the roast-beef po-boys she prepared for more than six decades at the Uptown restaurant bearing her surname. Comment?
20 hrs ago | via NOLA.com
My zeal for God was at an all-time low when I started an ambitious project - read Alfred Edersheim's 5,000 page The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah . Comment?
Yesterday | via The Georgetown Times
Samuel Boyd Samuel Harper Boyd, born March 29, 1945 in Georgetown, died suddenly at his home in New Orleans, La. Comment?
Sunday | via The Lakeland Ledger
VIRGINIA LEGENDRE HALL, 92 LAKELAND - Virginia Legendre Hall, 92, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday, June 7, 2013, as a result of natural causes. Comment?
Saturday Jun 15 | via WWL-TV New Orleans
Dorothy "Miss Dot" Domilise, the matriarch and mainstay of the Uptown restaurant that bears her family's name and earned fans nationwide for its poor boy sandwiches and New Orleans character, died Friday. Comment?
Friday Jun 14 | via Visalia Times-Delta
Hollie Elizabeth Chiniche Lilly Hollie Elizabeth Chiniche Lilly, Born in New Orleans, LA on November 24, 1962, she was a resident of Visalia, CA and native of Denham Springs, LA. Comment?
Friday Jun 14 | via NOLA.com
Dorothy "Miss Dot" Domilise, who assembled and served thousands of succulent shrimp, roast beef, hot sausage and oyster po-boys to priests, politicians and neighborhood regulars at Domilise's Restaurant for more than 70 years, died Friday of congestive heart failure at East Jefferson General Hospital. Comment?
Friday Jun 14 | via WWL-TV New Orleans
A second worker has died in Thursday's explosion and fire at the Williams Olefin plant in Giesmar, up river from New Orleans. Comment?
Friday Jun 14 | via Crowley Post Signal
TV repair man CARENCRO - Services for William "Bud" Chandler, Jr., who operated Acadiana's first shop specializing in repairing color television sets and later owned a music store will be Saturday. Comment?
Friday Jun 14 | via New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints extend their heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the family of former defensive end Joe Owens, who passed away this week at the age of 68. Owens was a 6-3, 250 pound native of Columbia, Miss. Comment?
Thursday Jun 13 | via WWL-TV New Orleans
"He definitely left a legacy here, and his funeral will not be sad. It's going to be a big celebration. Comment?
Thursday Jun 13 | via Uptown Messenger
Pastor Andre Massenburg, leader of the City of Refuge Ministry in Chicago and father of slain AmeriCorps volunteer Joseph Massenburg, speaks at the Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church on Wednesday evening. Comment?
Thursday Jun 13 | via KLFY-TV Lafayette
Carl W. "Wimpy" Bauer, age 79, departed this earthly life on June 11, 2013, having fought the good fight and living life to the fullest. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 12 | via The Times-Picayune
Donald Powell, 30, is wanted for the murder of Calvin Thomas in St. Claude on Saturday. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 12 | via The Town Talk
LAFAYETTE, La. -- Carl Bauer, who lobbied on behalf of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for years and helped establish Acadiana as an officially recognized cultural region, died Tuesday morning. Comment?
Sunday Jun 9 | via KRMG-AM Tulsa
Wayne Self's latest musical drama is far from upbeat and bubbly. People who think that's the only suitable style for a musical are selling the form short, he says. Comment?
Friday Jun 7 | via WWL-TV New Orleans
Patrick Clay / Contributing Writer NEW ORLEANS - The St. Peter Claver Catholic Church is preparing to say a final goodbye to longtime pastor and friend Father Michael Jacques, who died of an apparent heart attack last night according to the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 5 | via The Times-Picayune
So far, not so good for a proposal by the National Transportation Safety Board to toughen standards for drunken driving. Comment?
Apr 19, 2012 | via WWL-AM New Orleans
Visitation services for St. Peter Claver's Father Michael Jacques will be held Friday and Saturday. Comment?