Brother Martin student Jace Patin gives his response to a visit to the school by New Orleanian Leona Tate, one of the first African-Americans to desegregate McDonogh 19 Elementary School, in collaboration with a class assignment, "The Portraits of Social Justice" led by Art I teacher Don Guidry.
Kids' Clarion will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an occasional update from its archive of stories. Here we catch up with Kayla Herrington Siemann, who was an eighth grader at Our Lady of Prompt Succor School in Chalmette when we last spoke with her in 2000.
Long-time friend of chef Leah Chase writes her second book about the icon "Queen of Creole Cuisine." "A Long Way from the Strawberry Path: The Life of Leah Chase" will be launched Oct. 8 from 4-6 p.m. at Melba’s, 1525 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans.
Nationwide car seat check event happening Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon at two locations locally: the St. Bernard Government Complex, 8201 West Judge Perez in Chalmette, and Leblanc Pediatrics, 219 South Tyler St., Covington.
After the twins contracted and beat the coronavirus, they were asked to donate their plasma to help save others’ lives. After all, their mother Nora, older sister Michelle and brother Julian also had tested positive.