Between 2006 and 2011, Louisiana’s motion picture tax credit and rebate program lost an estimated cumulative total of $551,736,747 — nine percent of the state’s reported $6.13 billion loss, or roughly $1 out of every $11.
Why do the powers-that-be of New Orleans feel the need to change what is frequently referred to as “the most unique city in America” by imitating attractions of other cities?
The passage of Senate Bill 140 will likely mean that our city’s officials will pursue more aggressive — and lucrative — fines for numerous violations. Heads up, everybody!
Duck boat tours are an encroaching invasive species — we need to act to prevent their unwanted and unnecessary invasion now!
Did any of the programs broadcasting from CBS’ “Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square” during Super Bowl have the unabashed gall to apply for Louisiana film tax credits? Unfortunately yes.
At Super Bowl XLVII, Jennifer Hudson and Sandy Hook’s community reminded us that we can do great things, like curb gun violence.
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Why is Louis Armstrong Park closed for a lengthy duration as the spotlight shines on New Orleans?
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A behind-the-scenes view of a day in the life of the blimp and its crew as it puts on the show one city at a time.
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I’m sensing a recurring trend with regard to our city officials’ modus operandi… Pass the cost on to ratepayers’ bills!