The New Orleans City Planning Commission recommended Tuesday against key elements of a plan put forward by some City Council members that would limit and gradually reduce the number of strip clubs on Bourbon Street. Instead, the commission voted 6-0 in favor of a more moderate plan put forward by the planning staff that would authorize 14 “adult live performance venues” to operate in the French Quarter, with additional clubs to be allowed only after going through a stringent review process.
With thunderstorms predicted throughout the day Saturday, officials with the Krewe of Endymion are weighing whether to reschedule one of the most highly anticipated parades of the Carnival season.Officials with the Krewe are "exploring our options, as every other krewe is doing," Endymion President Dan Kelly said Tuesday morning.Any decision on moving the parade would likely require it to follow other parades on the Uptown route rather than the Mid-City path it normally takes.A final...
The New Orleans City Planning Commission recommended against key elements of a plan put forward by City Council members that would limited the number of strip clubs in the French Quarter and gradually reduced their numbers.Instead, the commission voted 6-0 in favor of a more moderate plan put forward by planning staff that would allow 14 “adult live performance venues” to operate in the French Quarter, with additional businesses allowed to apply for special permission to operate.But planning...
NOPD starting to stage barricades for the parades near the Circle.
(It's a nice change of pace to be tweeting about barricades round here without having to speculate about monument removal schedules) https://t.co/sGI69GFg9J
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