In a soul-crushing moment for Saints fans in the last minute of the third quarter, Mark Ingram had just rushed for 10 yards, dodging multiple Bucs defenders, when the ball… Read More »Jameis throws long but not well, Saints lose 2022 home opener
Christopher Taylor, Sports Beat Reporter If you were one of the millions of people who watched The Call of Duty World League online, here is what you missed by not… Read More »Call of Duty: Big Easy Brings Big E-Gamez!
Have you ever been so in love that you imagined that that person was there with you or in dire need of your help? Have you ever experience a love,… Read More »Rift explores queer love on screen in unique way
Yasmine Morris, JRNOLA Film Correspondent With The Shape of Water, director Guillermo Del Toro answers the question that probably no one thought to ask, “What happens when Beauty and The… Read More »Del Toro’s Shape of Water Flows Beautifully
Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Mentored by Jim Rapier, JRNOLA Board Member Coming into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the New Orleans Saints may have… Read More »Saints Ground the Jets at Home
Amaria Nelson, JRNOLA Arts and Culture Darker-skinned black women have always been treated differently than women who are lighter skinned. It goes back to the slavery period in the United States… Read More »Colorism holds back black women in Hollywood
Branisha Spincer, JRNOLA Sports Entering today’s matchup between the (8-3) Saints and (8-3) Panthers, everyone was watching the highly anticipated matchup of the quarterbacks, and for good reason. Brees, a… Read More »Saints devour Panthers, still hungry for more
Sick to Death! Review by Claire Dinwiddie In her fifth and latest feature film “Sick to Death!”, local film writer and producer Maggie Hadleigh-West exposes the struggles of hypothyroidism that… Read More »“Sick to Death”: Local Filmmaker Brings Advocacy to N.O.…