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Low pay and long hours: Staffing in the restaurant industry remains a challenge as sales grow

by Laine Kaplan-Levenson Jul 17, 2018
The National Restaurant association projects that sales will grow by 4 percent this year. Celebrity chefs and Instagram foodie streams all point to an industry on the upswing. But staffing restaurants isn’t easy these days. Susan Spicer runs three restaurants…
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Police resources brought in to help with Mardi Gras

by Eve Troeh Feb 9, 2016
New Orleans is short police officers after years of budget constraints.
A float in the New Orleans Muses parade makes its way up New Orleans' St. Charles Avenue
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A neighborhood divided over housing

by Noel King Nov 30, 2015
A New Orleans neighborhood grapples with questions over low-income housing.
Dianne Morris in her home in New Orleans East.
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10 years after Katrina

A New Orleans business banks on new connections

by Caitlin Esch Aug 28, 2015
Owners of small companies take advantage of a Goldman Sachs program.
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10 years after Katrina

Leah Chase’s 65 years in the same New Orleans kitchen

by Jenny Ament Aug 21, 2015
The 92-year-old chef still shouts orders at Dooky Chase's Restaurant.
10 years after Katrina

Trombone Shorty visits his childhood home

by Jenny Ament Aug 21, 2015
Troy started performing as a child in a family and neighborhood of musicians.
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Examining the Gulf Coast's master plan

by Lizzie O'Leary Aug 21, 2015
Louisiana comes up $20 billion short for its coastal restoration plan.

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10 years after Katrina

How Katrina changed the face of New Orleans

by Raghu Manavalan Aug 21, 2015
We do the numbers on demographics.
10 years after Katrina

Big Freedia, entrepreneur and Queen Diva

by Jenny Ament Aug 21, 2015
She’s also an author, producer, actor, decorator and has plans for more.
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Businesses revive one street in New Orleans

by Caitlin Esch Aug 20, 2015
Elysian Fields Avenue crosses from high ground to low, from wealthy to low-income.