The New York Times has noted that Jazz Fest has “become inseparable from the culture it presents.” It started out as any simple festival, April 22-26, 1970. George Wein, who had success with the popular Newport Jazz and Newport Folk Festivals, was signed on to produce (he then hired current producer Quint Davis). Wein’s concept

On May 7, 2024 the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Louisiana announced a May 3 five-count indictment against Ryan Harris and Jovanna Gardner, including charges related to the murder of Cornelius Garrison. Garrison was an alleged ringleader in staged commercial vehicle accidents who was supposedly cooperating with federal authorities when he was

Attorneys and staff at Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett regularly serve our community through Grace At the Green Light. The organization’s mission is to offer New Orleans’ unhoused population choices while providing for their basic needs (water, food, clothing and community) in a loving manner that embraces the human spirit.
A group of MBLB team

Managing Member Alan G. Brackett and Associate Ava M. Wolf are co-authors of an “Attorney Analysis” workers’ compensation column for Reuters Legal News and Westlaw Today. Their recent article, “Medicare: Don’t You (Forget About Me) in Workers’ Compensation Settlements,” was published on April 24, 2024.
Medicare: Don’t You (Forget About Me) in Workers’ Compensation Settlements

On April 14, 1947, nearly seven years before the historic Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case which held that separating children in public schools on the basis of race was unconstitutional, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit abolished the segregation of Mexican American students in schools in the State