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Tommye Myrick:
A Voice for Social Justice Through Theatre
Since returning to her native New Orleans in 1990 after lengthy sojourns in Michigan and New York City, 
Tommye Myrick has been a busy bee, directing dozens of stage productions, winning numerous awards and working diligently to further the cause of social justice through theatre.
Performance "Coming Naturally" 
for Nicoye Banks
Local actor racking up 
starring roles in film and TV
Nicoye Banks is an accomplished and dynamic actor. You may know him from his work in movies like “Invincible,” “Green Zone” or “Brooklyn’s Finest.” You may remember him from one of the three characters he has played on the series “Law & Order.” Perhaps his work in “Queen Sugar”...
Henry’s Big City
Photos brings the New Orleans culture 
and flavor to friends around the world
Buying rental property and properly managing it requires
many skills, especially financial skills and people skills. It
isn’t for everybody - but for those who are into it and those who aspire to get into it, help is available to steer them along the path.
By Dean M. Shapiro
By Anita Oubre
By Dean M. Shapiro
Leo Nocentelli
Envisions new musical ventures
following enthusiastic response to his solo CD
When a quar-ter-inch audiotape reel recorded in the early 1970s in a New Orleans studio that was believed to have beendestroyed during Hurricane Katrina unexpectedly surfaced 2,000 miles away, nobody could have been more surprised than Leo Nocentelli,guitarist for the world-renownedsoul/funk group, The Meters.
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By Dean M. Shapiro
By Anita Oubre
Back in his element since the easing of COVID-
19 restrictions, New Orleans-based photographer
Henry York can be seen all over town at music venues,
second lines, parties and other events, visually documenting the gatherings that have started taking place again.
POWER COUPLE:
Local real estate managers Mickie & Alex Turner launch online business advice website