How often do we know of a person who leaves the City of New Orleans for perhaps green pastures yet leaves a mark on the city for the betterment and future of this community?
Essentially, that is what Arnie Fielkow has done and is doing.
NBA All Star game, pro-basketball alumni and of course, New Orleans and more….
Today, former New Orleans Saint top executive, ex-New Orleans Council President and current President and CEO of the National Basketball Retired Players Association, Arnie Fielkow, will discuss these and other issues in a Facebook Live event hosted by Bayoubuzz Publisher, Stephen Sabludowsky.
A protest march is scheduled for tonight on the edge of New Orleans’ uptown neighborhood to protest the shootings of Alton Sterling and other African Americans by police.
Be smart and don’t go there.
Just How far are attorneys, their prospective and actual clients, willing and ready to go to connect online?
This is one of the questions that will be explored this week in New Orleans, as a new online app focused upon the legal profession shares its story, and product, with thousands of investors, potential customers, other startups and technology advocates, exchange ideas and information at the city’s first Collision Conference.
Much has been written about the impact of the confederate monument issue and the defeat of the recent New Orleans millage for police and firemen.
The argument goes like this—Mitch Landrieu is unpopular among whites in New Orleans especially due to his recent actions in trying to remove the confederate statues, such as Robert E. Lee, at Lee Circle.
New Orleans quality of life worsening and Jefferson Parish so boring?
Well, not exactly. It is accurate to say, based upon latest survey results, New Orleans quality of life has gone down statistically and Jefferson Parish, the city's suburb, favorables so high and static, that it is "boring", numbers-wise.
Music, tech startups, investors collide at Collision New Orleans, April 26-28
If you love the collision of music, technology, boosting startups and investing in the future, New Orleans is the place to be, the week starting Tuesday April 26.
Debate over state Rep. Thomas Carmody’s HB 944 raises complex questions about who decides what historical monuments remain on public property. Ultimately, drawing upon first principles of American government resolves these.
The bill goes into greater detail than state Sen. Beth Mizell’s SB 276, but like it makes a state commission the arbiter of whether local governments may move or remove monuments dealing with historical events and people. Carmody’s bill presumes that any such structure in place for at least three decades a local government cannot move without the body’s approval.
Despite overwhelming support among the business community and a frenzy of positive coverage in the local media, Mayor Landrieu suffered a major loss at the polls on Saturday for his property tax proposal.
Some really terrific news hitting our mailbox today. An incredible business/entrepreneurship program, thanks to the efforts of Chris Schultz, called Collision; Big numbers from French Quarter Festival; New leadership for JEDCO; Flood assistance from the feds and Landrieu meets Obama official.