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KMEZ 102.9 Blues Bash

KMEZ 102.9 Blues Bash

Enjoy an evening at the New Orleans Jazz Market and KMEZ 102.9! Join us on June 6th as we kick off Black Music Month with Willie Clayton, Cupid, Vick Allen & Till 1! CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS!More


Three barbers bring vegan restaurant to St. Bernard area

What used to be a snowball stand along St. Bernard Avenue is now a popular vegan restaurant called Vegan Wit a Twist.”All we do is taking plant-based stuff and seasoning it New Orleans style,” said Ryan Billew, one of the founders.Roy Joseph, Ryan Billew and Ollie Williams are all barbers. They came together to share…More

A graduation miracle for teen shot on Mardi Gras 2018

It was a graduation miracle for a teenager who was shot on Mardi Gras in 2018. Now, 18-year-old Sam Butler has been fighting for more than a year to earn his high school diploma, after he was shot in the head along the parade route. On Tuesday he earned it, but not without a special…More

First Responder’s Crawfish Boil

Help For Heroes is hosting a crawfish boil to benefit first responders on Saturday, May 25th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at The Ugly Dog Saloon.You can find more information on www.bmfnola.orgREAD MORE:First Responder’s Crawfish BoilCHECK OUT WDSU:Get all the New Orleans news you need. With the latest New Orleans weather, sports and stories…More

Major step taken in Causeway Bridge safety plan

The first of 12 Causeway Bridge safety shoulders was lifted into place Friday.The shoulders are being installed halfway between crossovers on the outside of each span.The safety improvements come as part of a $100 million plan to make the bridge safer.Stronger railings on the southbound span are also included in the plan, and are currently…More

Federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi’s abortion law

A federal judge has temporarily blocked Mississippi’s six-week abortion ban.U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves ruled Friday that the law, which is set to take effect July 1, will remain blocked while a lawsuit against the state proceeds, according to attorneys with the Center for Reproductive Rights, which filed the lawsuit on behalf of the Jackson…More




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