Irish Channel block party gets early kickoff 2018-03-15T17:29:14Z2018-03-15T17:36:20ZWritten by: Rob Krieger, Reporter Source: Fox 8 NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - The annual Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Day block party happens today at Annunciation Park across from St. Michael Special School.The event, which features drinks, food, and music raises money for the school and is open to the public.Food vendors from across the area are cooking tamales, cabbage and corned beef, chicken wings, fried...
Early voting numbers on the first day of voting for the March 23rd election rivaled the amount of votes on the first day of early voting during the 2016 Presidential Election in Kenner as residents came out to select a new mayor. As nearly 2,300 people voted early across Jefferson Parish, 575 turned out in Kenner, just 83 short of the number who picked a president early in 2016.
Cirque du Soleil takes over the Smoothie King Center this weekend with its production of Corteo: Get Carried Away with Life. The show presents includes the funeral of Mauro, the dreaming clown, whose friends decide to celebrate his life and the here and after with a spectacle of stunts. The audience will see 50 artists from 17 different countries doing acrobatic, juggling, and other stunts and tricks.
All Saints Church in Algiers has the bomb-dot-com of eggplant casserole. So good, my mouth is still watering!! It’s part of their fried fish plate offerings during lent. Plates are between $8-$12. You gotta try it! #SecretRecipe@FOX8NOLAhttps://t.co/FGRC94va5V
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