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Curbed NOLA: $1.25M Gets You a Charming Victorian in New Orleans

While the listing for this grand Victorian in Uptown doesn't have many pictures, you can check out this 2013 home tour The Times-Picayune did when its former owners, lawyer Herb Larson and musician Julianne Nice, lived there. You'll see...

Exonerated La. Man Who Spent 29 Years on Death Row Dies of Lung Cancer

Glenn Ford, an exonerated convict who spent almost 30 years in solitary confinement for a murder he did not commit, died early Monday in New Orleans at the age of 65, the Times-Picayune reports.

Video Appears to Show Junior Galette Striking Woman with Belt in 2013 Fight

New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette is facing more problems due to his off-field conduct. According to a report from Larry Holder of the Times-Picayune, video has been released that shows Galette hitting a woman twice with a...Show More Summary

Report: Video shows assault committed by Junior Galette

In 2013, a video was uploaded to YouTube depicting a man throwing punches and swinging a belt during a brawl on a beach, hitting at least one man and one woman. Today, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported that the man shown assaulting people is Saints linebacker Junior Galette. Galette was already facing an NFL investigation…

Will Pelicans, Norris Cole stick together?

Cole has value, but unclear if his future is in New Orleans Here’s the New Orleans Times-Picayune reporting on the Pelicans and guard Norris Cole: Cole established his value as a backup point guard in the old Pelicans’ system, and based on the projected product that new coach Alvin Gentry is expected to unleash, Cole could even be considered [...]

Darren Sharper Pleads Guilty To Rape Charges Involving 3 Women

Former NFL safety Darren Sharper pleaded guilty to three separate rape charges on Monday, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. In Louisiana State court, Sharper pleaded guilty to two counts of forcible rape for drugging and sexually assaulting two women and one count of simple rape. Show More Summary

Pelicans may want Jeff Van Gundy as head coach

Will Jeff Van Gundy return to coaching? For now, there’s no reason to actually expect a Jeff Van Gundy NBA coaching return. But it seems like a possibility. Here’s the New Orleans Times-Picayune reporting: Jeff Van Gundy declined to acknowledge on the “Dan Patrick Show” on Wednesday if he has been contacted by the New Orleans Pelicans for their [...]

Will John Calipari Ever Leave for the NBA After Shooting Down Pelicans Rumors?

It might be time to believe John Calipari. The annual "Calipari is interested in an NBA job" moment took place on Tuesday when John Reid of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported Calipari had made it known to New Orleans Pelicans officials that he was interested in coaching the team. Show More Summary

Colorado Woman Beats Accused Child Molester To Death With A Baseball Bat, Gets 38 Years

A Denver woman who beat a man to death with a baseball bat, believing he had molested her four-year-old daughter despite zero evidence, was sentenced Friday to 38 years in prison, The New Orleans Times-Picayune is reporting. 32-year-old...Show More Summary

Louisiana: New Orleans Voters Approve Library Tax

From Times-Picayune: New Orleans’ libraries can look forward to a cash infusion after voters agreed Saturday (May 2) to raise property taxes to support the ailing public system. Voters were asked to consider providing the library system with as much as $8.2 million a year starting in January, in addition to the current 3.14-mill, $8.7 million annual […]

‘Despicable bigot': Louisiana Republicans clash over ‘religious freedom’ bill criticized by IBM

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

A Republican official in Baton Rouge, Louisiana lashed out at a fellow GOP member in the state legislature over a “religious freedom” bill that has drawn criticism from tech giant IBM, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported. City council member John Delgado (pictured above) called...

Former WDSU Anchor Dies at 87

Former WDSU anchor and reporter William “Bill” Slatter died Sunday. The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports Slatter worked at the New Orleans NBC affiliate in the 1950s and 60s before he left for Germany to serve as managing editor of radio news for the Armed Forces Network in Germany. Show More Summary

Saints bring defensive end Corey Wootton in for a visit

The Saints continue to try to add to a defense which sorely needs it, and have brought in a pass-rush prospect. Via Katherine Terrell of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints are hosting free agent defensive end Corey Wootton today. He was with the Vikings last year, where he posted 1.0 sack, after recording 11.0 in his first four…

LOUISIANA: New Orleans Tourism Bureau Comes Out Against RFRA Bill

3 months agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau has issued a statement denouncing the pending RFRA bill in Louisiana. Via the Times-Picayune: "The adoption of certain types of overreaching, problematic and divisive legislation in Louisiana...Show More Summary

Durst Indicted, Not Going to California Anytime Soon

Robert Durst won't be going to California anytime soon. His extradition to Los Angeles is on what the Times-Picayune calls "indefinite hold" following his indictment in New Orleans today on two gun charges. He's being held without bond. The millionaire real estate heir was arrested March 14 in New Orleans...

Jindal Backs ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill in Louisiana

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) announced he will support a controversial religious freedom bill filed by a Louisiana legislator, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. “The Louisiana legislation is not exactly the same as the laws introduced in Indiana and Arkansas, [...]

Sharper goes to court in Louisiana on Monday

Former NFL safety Darren Sharper returns to New Orleans on Monday under circumstances far different than any he faced during his football career. As explained by Andy Grimm of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Sharper will appear in court on Monday afternoon in conjunction with the global resolution of his multiple rape cases. The global plea agreement, covering…

Cops Nab Heir Depicted in HBO's The Jinx

In something of a made-for-TV ending, cops in New Orleans arrested cross-dressing real estate heir Robert Durst last night on a warrant from the Los Angeles Police Department, reports the Times-Picayune. Durst is the suspect in three killings, including the 2003 murder and dismemberment of neighbor Morris Black in Texas,...

Celebrate Pi Day with the ultimate Banana Cream Pie recipe

Editor’s Note: In honor of Pi Day — which falls on Saturday (March 14, get it?) — we searched for the most mouth-watering pie recipe on the internet. We found one on, the website for New OrleansTimes-Picayune newspaper. … Continue reading ? The post Celebrate Pi Day with the ultimate Banana Cream Pie recipe appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Junior Galette, Saints Agree to Restructure Contract: Latest Details, Comments

The New Orleans Saints and Junior Galette agreed to a restructuring of the linebacker's current contract. According to Evan Woodbery of The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, the team is freeing up $10 million in cap space with the move. NFL...Show More Summary

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