St. Aug's Marching 100 to relive historic Rex march in 1967
New Orleans is a city of tradition and mystery, but in 1967, a six-mile march through the Uptown oaks, as Rex waved his baton over his regal subjects, forever would alter the city.
Mardi Gras Indians have rich history
“Oh, how we love to hear you call us Indian red,” are lyrics to the “Indian Red” song sung by African-American Mardi Gras Indian tribes at practice and at the onset of their annual Carnival trek through New Orleans streets.
A triumphant return
St. Paul’s junior Michael Doherty, who was seriously injured in a Nov. 11, 2016, football game against Archbishop Shaw, is applauded
Local artist: Depicting Jesus was stuff of dreams
On June 3, 2011, I had a dream that I will never forget: I was in the Vatican with my husband in a large crowd of people.
Pelican fans taking their own magic-carpet ride
In his radio heyday, New Orleans broadcasting legend Buddy Diliberto used to chide Saints fans for their unbridled optimism.
Iraqi interpreter now on the other side of the desk
Ihssan Sharbar, 38, a native of Iraq, usually gets a surprise and a quiz every day when his two sons, Saif, a 9-year-old third grader, and Zaid, a 7-year-old first grader, come home from school.