Category : Louisiana

Southeast / Louisiana - 6 days ago

Bidding Farewell to the Queen of Creole Cuisine

By Renetta Burrell-Perry Photos by Kichea Burt Iconic and Internationally acclaimed Chef Leah Chase was laid to rest last Monday, June 10th following a beautiful service celebrating her life and legacy at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. World...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

The Legislation of Morality

Edwin Buggage Editor-In-Chief In the historic 1973 legal case Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion is unconstitutional. But in progressive states like California and New York, abortion...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

“The Undefeated”

Terri Schlichenmeyer Data News Weekly Contributor c.2019, Versify $17.99 / higher in Canada 40 pages You wanted it. And you wanted it very much. But, ah, well, you didn’t get it. You worked and you begged and maybe you even saved but you didn’t...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

The List of Black and Missing Continues to Grow

By Stacy Brown NNPA Newswire Correspondent, @ StacyBrownMedia Type the name Tawny Reed in the Google search engine and click on “News.” In doing so, one will find among the results, an obscure 1960s Welsh singer named Tawny Reed and even a hea...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

2019 Nissan Maxima

By Frank S. Washington AboutThatCar.com NNPA Newswire Contributor DETROIT – The 2019 Nissan Maxima is not your average family sedan. Other than four-doors that may be where the similarity ends. It has the feel and the performance chops of a ful...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

Eating Black in New Orleans

By Renetta Burrell Perry The legacy of Black-owned restaurants in New Orleans runs as deep as the muddy waters in the Mississippi River. From staples like the historic and internationally famous Dooky Chase’s to the newer, but none-the-less pal...

Southeast / Louisiana - 2 weeks ago

In Your Lane Part 2

By Edwin Buggage Editor Recently, Data News Weekly produced an article about the growing number of residents riding bikes in the City of New Orleans. We are seeing the number of bike lanes continue to increase in the City. We asked several of...