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Behrman students speak out on social injustice and culture around the country

Students at Martin Behrman Charter Academy of Creative Arts & Sciences held their third “Poetry on the Avenue” event for the New Orleans community. Through spoken word and poetry, students expressed their thoughts about social justice and culture in New Orleans and throughout the United States.

-Producer: Nathaniel Colin, Jr.
-Editor: Christopher Breault

By |May 10th, 2017|Latest Stories, Uncategorized|0 Comments

ESSENCE Festival: Beyond the Music

Talk Dat NOLA™ Correspondent Casey Ferrand went “Beyond the Music” at the 2016 ESSENCE Festival Presented By Coca-Col, and spoke with fest-goers during the 2nd day of empowerment speeches, exhibits and live music.

-Correspondent: Casey Ferrand
-Producer: Nathaniel Colin, Jr.
-Photographer: Christopher Breault

By |July 3rd, 2016|Latest Stories, Uncategorized|0 Comments

New Orleans kids hear from U.S. Rep. John Lewis

Hundreds of New Orleans students from various schools, and community leaders, gathered for an opportunity to meet and hear from U.S. Representative and iconic Civil Rights leader John Lewis, during InspireNOLA Charter Schools “March to Excellence” rally.
-Correspondent: Casey Ferrand
-Producer: Brandon C. Armant
-Photographer: Eric Carle, Jr.

By |April 27th, 2016|Latest Stories|0 Comments

New Orleans students join forces to end violence

In an effort to cease bloodshed amongst young people in the Greater New Orleans area, students from various schools have teamed up to initiate #OneLife – a movement driven by New Orleans middle and high school students who are exploring and carrying out measures to better the lives of youth and young adults in their […]

By |February 14th, 2015|Latest Stories|0 Comments

Marerro kids pray at the bus stop

Young lives are changing, according to The Royal Kings and Queens Outreach Ministry. Through encouragement and prayer, the ministry is helping to make a Marrero neighborhood more peaceful each day. For more information on how to support these efforts, visit rkandrq.org.
-Correspondent: Gabrielle Lewis
-Photographer: Hudson Miller

By |December 18th, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments

Sounds From The Beatles Take To City Park’s Stage, Once Again

On September 16, 1964, The Beatles performed for dozens of fans at New Orleans City Park — fast forward exactly 50 years later and old fans were able to relive those memories, while new fans experienced the live sounds of this legendary band, as The Fab Four paid homage to the original icons.
-Correspondent: Gabrielle Lewis
-Photographer: […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments

Yoshio Toyama Visits New Orleans

World renowned musician Yoshio Toyama visited New Orleans this weekend for the 14th Annual Satchmo SummerFest. Toyama made a special appearance at Landry-Walker High School in Algiers before performing at the festival.
– Correspondent: Brandon C. Armant
– Photographer: Hudson Miller

By |December 2nd, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments

Burlesque Returns To The New Orleans French Quarters

Burlesque was a main attraction in the French Quarter from the mid-1940s through the 1960s. The the glamour, humor, music, and excitement of the golden age of burlesque returned to the Big Easy during the 6th annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival.
-Photojournalists: Hudson Miller and Felipe Estrada

By |December 2nd, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments

NFL Approved Stadium Handbags Made By New Orleans’ Flying Fox Brand

Unimpressed with her search for classy stadium approved bags, New Orleanian Tiffany Napper took initiative and created her own. Today, her line of NFL regulated handbags are approved for clearance at football stadiums around the country. To see the wide variety of leather and clear handbags that Flying Fox has to offer, visit the online […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments

Auditioning To Be A 610 Stomper

TDN anchor DePaul Foxworth finds out what it’s like to audition for the 610 Stompers all male dance unit.

By |December 2nd, 2014|Latest Stories|0 Comments