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Fred Bronfin, a New Orleans lawyer who during World War II tracked enemy aircraft and devised plans to intercept them, died Wednesday in New Orleans.
Barbour replaces Dave Joyner, who announced in June his intention to retire on Aug. 1. Joyner, however, will assist Barbour with the transition beyond that date.
Fruitland sculptor seeks to show other side of glass Artist Steven Durow doesn't mind shattering barriers.
For rats bearing human breast tumors, exposure to dim light at night made the tumors resistant to the breast cancer drug tamoxifen, according to data published in Cancer Research , a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Being exposed to light at night makes breast cancer resistant to the widely used drug tamoxifen, researchers at Tulane University in New Orleans found.
"Hi!" Howe beamed brightly underneath freshly washed and naturally curly red hair as she bounded into my car en route to an Uptown coffee shop blocks away from her borrowed campus apartment at Tulane University.
Piano man and raconteur Armand St. Martin is bringing his songs, stories and keyboard skills drenched in the music of his native New Orleans to the Summer Sounds at St. James Concert Series next week.
Mike Caldwell today announced his intention to seek reelection to Division I of the 19th Judicial District Court.
DANNY HART IS NINE MONTHS OLD... AND HE JUST STARTED PULLING UP ON THINGS. DAILY LIFE FOR HIS DAD IS ABOUT TO GET A LOT MORE INTERESTING.
As the conflict continues in the Middle East, hundreds of offshore workers continue to work the rigs in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Stay-at-home dads aren't as rare as they used to be. Since tracking began in the 1970s, more and more families are making a decision that reverses the traditional parental roles.
J. Davidson "Dusty" Porter has been named the new vice president for student affairs at Tulane University.
Miller, a fixture in New Orleans' tango-dancing scene, also is an associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Tulane University.
Trung Le, a 20-year-old from Belle Chasse, remains the only suspect arrested in the wake of the June 29 Bourbon Street shootings that killed one person and wounded nine others.
New Orleans Ballet Association student Emma Loetzerich and alumna Malerie Dempster rehearse a floor movement during a rehearsal for "Missa Brevis."
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 01:52 pm
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