Leslie Ellison’s Anti-LGBT Views Make Her Unfit to Lead the Orleans Parish School Board
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The Bayou Brief shares its revised mission, its impact, its snapshot of its finances, and its ambitions goals for 2019.
Five years ago, after the debut of his sensational and award-winning television series “True Detective,” its creator and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto sat down with Lamar White, Jr. to discuss one of the show’s main characters, the state of Louisiana.
Today, with the debut of Season Three of “True Detective,” the Bayou Brief is republishing the interview in its entirety.
Colonialism: seeking to extend or retain authority over other people, for the purpose of exploitation.
Are the Industrial Tax Exemption Program’s evaluation procedures in Calcasieu Parish violating state open meetings and public records laws?
Three decades after her death at the age of 101, Clementine Hunter is now considered one of the most important folk artists in American history.
In this multi-part investigative series, the Bayou Brief explores the life and legacy of Louisiana’s most consequential painter and the ways in which her work has been both rightfully celebrated and criminally exploited since her death.
“Things are better, and you can’t bury you head in the sand and pretend they’re not better.” — Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne
Award-winning writer Jason Berry’s new book is the definitive history of New Orleans, a 300-year-old city that challenges, defies, yet still exemplifies the American mythos.
For his final article of 2018, publisher Lamar White, Jr. sat down with Berry for a candid conversation about the past, present, and future of New Orleans.
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.” – Sir Walter Scott
A new nonprofit is set to launch in Louisiana with a simple and important mission: Empowering people to vote.