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Return of Hubig’s Pies gets closer after pandemic delays

Return of Hubig’s Pies gets closer after pandemic delays By IAN MCNULTY and The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate – Associated Press – Saturday, March 27, 2021 NEW ORLEANS (AP) – You can’t taste a freshly fried Hubig’s pie just yet. And Andrew Ramsey knows some locals still doubt they ever will again. But Ramsey is…

Cha Wa, drawing on New Orleans traditions, finds its own identity on new ‘My People’

Cha Wa, drawing on New Orleans traditions, finds its own identity on new ‘My People’   BY KEITH SPERA | STAFF WRITER APR 1, 2021 1 of 2 Cha Wa My People 8 Piece Promo Shot.jpg The New Orleans band Cha Wa releases its…

Work progresses off Terrebonne on state’s biggest barrier island restoration project

Work progresses off Terrebonne on state’s biggest barrier island restoration project                  Kezia Setyawan The Courier About 20 miles southeast of Cocodrie, bulldozers are working on the state’s largest-ever project to restore barrier islands that protect inland communities from Gulf of Mexico storms….

Very comprehensive tour of the Garden District

Very comprehensive tour of the Garden District   “The guide, Dave, was friendly and knowledgeable. The tour started at the Lafayette Cemetery and covered the most beautiful houses in the neighborhood (as well as Commander’s Palace), including homes where Ann Rice, Trent Reznor, John Goodman, Nicolas Cage, Sandra Bullock, and others have lived or currently…