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Follow The Beat On Twitter:  Sign Up For Our Newsletter! After a sold out show for the Millennium Tour in Dallas Texas . Bow Wow is back on the internet tapping in via New Orleans. Lets just say he wasn’t mentally ready for the wild experience & possibilities, while being in the 504. If outside […]

Follow The Beat On Twitter:  Sign Up For Our Newsletter! During the month of Black History the story of Ruby Bridges is a mandatory lesson of life to know about. Born in one place and moved for a better education opportunity  & upbringing in another is well known common . Ruby Bridges at age six […]

Follow The Beat On Twitter:  Sign Up For Our Newsletter! When your childhood favorite rapper crowns his new signee the attention is real. On top of it being Lil Wayne aka the New Orleans goat, its a new female on the block. According to the internet abroad Mellow Racks, is Kodak Black ex’ girl friend. […]

 Follow The Beat On Twitter: Lil Wayne is bringing his 3rd Installment of Lil Weezyana Fest to New Orleans on August 15th, will feature a performance from Wayne himself, as well some “special guests.” No word on who will show up this time around, but if there’s anything we’ve come to expect, it’s that Wayne […]

The school confirmed that the educator will not be teaching pending a full investigation.

The reality star and author says she is relieved that the alleged murderer was apprehended.

Antoine Edwards, 31, was booked and charged with second-degree murder in the July 31 shooting that claimed the lives of Joshua and Ryan "Rudy" Johnson.

A federal appeals court allows New Orleans to remove three prominently displayed Confederate monuments.

She might be pregnant with twins, but that's not stopping Beyonce from enjoying the fun of New Orleans.

Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade are combining hustles to bring New Orleans a must-attend event this weekend - and we've got the scoop.

On Tuesday afternoon Louisiana and the city of New Orleans specifically, were ravaged by a tornado that left incredible damage and jeopardized residents that happened to be in its wake. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards officially declared a state of emergency as thousands were left without power and severely damaged homes. CBS News has […]

The city of New Orleans announced a $13.3 million settlement stemming from several police brutality cases in the weeks before and after Hurricane Katrina.