The music stopped on late night's musical chairs derby Monday (March 30) with Trevor Noah in Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show" chair, at least according to The New York Times. Stewart announced Feb. 10 that he was leaving the Comedy
The Mandeville City Council has appointed Kristine Scherer to serve as clerk of the council, replacing Lorraine Chotin who resigned earlier this month to take a position with Loyola University. Scherer was appointed by a unanimous vote of the council
The heavy lifting in free agency for the New Orleans Saints has come to a close. This doesn't mean change within the roster is complete, though, New Orleans is in full blast in their NFL draft preparations as the coaching
A Loranger woman was booked with DWI on Saturday (March 28) after her car got stuck on railroad tracks and was hit by a train in Hammond, according to Action News 17. Tammy Lee Bales, 33, also was booked with
If you missed the Mardi Gras Indians on Fat Tuesday, there's always a series of Super Sunday celebrations around St. Joseph's Day to see these beautiful creations. On Sunday, March 29, downtown Indians gathered in on Bayou St. John and
Hurricane Katrina has inspired an opera. "Wading Home" will get a staged workshop performance in Dallas on Thursday (April 2), reported the Dallas Morning News. "Wading Home" is the brainchild of two violinists: Rosalyn Story of the Fort Worth Symphony
On Tuesday, March 30, the options for live music in New Orleans include several variations of jazz. John Rankin with Matt Rhody, Columns Hotel, 8 p.m. Acoustic guitar master John Rankin treats his Tuesday night residency at the Columns as
FORT MEADE, Md. -- A spokeswoman at Fort Meade says two people have been injured near a gate to the National Security Agency. Mary Doyle says emergency responders were on the scene of the incident Monday morning. It's not clear
I have been sleeping around this week. I mean that literally. In the space of seven days, I have bed bounced from Phoenix to Washington, D.C., to San Antonio, Texas, and back to my own bed in Orlando, Fla.
The trial for a Baton Rouge man accused of partaking in a gas station beating of a St. Francisville family, which received attention for its racial implications, is set to begin Monday (March 30), WAFB reports. Donald Dickerson faces
Bayoubuzz.com provides this article only as a news aggregator, NOT as the publisher or as the author. After reading this small portion of the article, please click upon the ORIGINAL SOURCE link above and read the original article. Thank you.