By Taylor Pittman, sophomore at McDonogh 35 Senior High School, mentored by Allison McCarroll How much do you think a freezing night, a long line and an hour registration is worth? To some people, it was apparently worth an 80 minute showtime of “The Price… Read More »Price is Right LIVE!: not worth the price of admission
Arts and Entertainment
The National Tour of the Tony-award winning Broadway musical “School Of Rock”, based on the hit 2003 film starring Whoopi Goldberg and Jack Black, entertained New Orleans audiences at the Saenger Theatre from October 30 to November 4. Dewey Finn, played by the energetic Merritt… Read More »“School of Rock” is Rock-Solid
JRNOLA reporters Jacklyn Leo, Taylor Pittman, and Ava Nicole recall their coverage of City Park’s Scream Park at Scout Island this past weekend.
By Jacklyn Leo Every Friday night, the Microsoft store at Lakeside mall hosts an event geared towards the youth of New Orleans. A group of kids ranging from 6-13 gather to participate in a relatively new trend called E-gaming tournaments. More specifically, a Fortnite tournament.… Read More »Fortnite Friday Round Up
This Book Should Not Be Judged By Its Cover: What Miss Louisiana USA Taught Me About Beauty Pageants
by Taylor Pittman, mentored by Janice McDonald When you walk backstage of any pageant, your senses will immediately kick in. The smell of Paul Mitchell hairspray and burning flat irons flow through the air, you can hear the coordinator of the pageant yelling each girl’s… Read More »This Book Should Not Be Judged By Its Cover: What Miss Louisiana USA Taught Me About Beauty Pageants
JRNOLA sportswriter Chris Taylor trying to compete with WWE’s New Day 6am energy at WrestleMania AXXESS last week, with mentors Olivia Acuña, Nick Boulet, Charlotte McLoughlin and WVUE Fox 8. Great team, and looking forward to more great partnership opportunities.
WWE’s Mickie James joins JRNOLA’s Christopher Taylor and Fox 8’s Rob Krieger at WrestleMania34 AXXESS media day, for the crawfish challenge.
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, unfinished, quiet and forgettable yet unerasable? Rift, a foreign film, directed by Erlingur Óttar Thoroddsen,… 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 Beast inspires a Stylized Superhero Period Piece?” Fans of the genre agree. No stranger to… Read More »Del Toro’s Shape of Water Flows Beautifully
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 where dark-skinned enslaved women worked in the fields and lighter-skinned enslaved women had the “privilege” of… Read More »Colorism holds back black women in Hollywood