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NOLAVIE: WE LIVE OUR CITY

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At NolaVie, we focus on the moments. We’re explorers of our city’s culture -- that's culture with both a big C and a little c -- because here, life bubbles up from the street. We look for the local angle; gravitate toward passionate ... Read More »

A to Z guide to points of African-American history in New Orleans

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Editor's note: To honor Black History month, NolaVie is rerunning an alphabetical guide to African-American history in New Orleans, originally published in 2011. The series will run in four parts for the remainder of the week. Check back ... Read More »

NolaVie cited in national report

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NolaVie and content partners WWNO, The Lens and The The Greater New Orleans Community Data Center are the focus of a new report by J-Lab: The Institute for Interactive Journalism on the changing world of news gathering and digital resources. ... Read More »

Your response: Is New Orleans a good place to move to?

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This week, NolaVie is publishing responses to Voices on Violence. The series arose as a response to the Mother’s Day shootings in New Orleans that injured 20 people. Comprised of one-on-one interviews with a diverse group of residents, it ... Read More »

Happy Birthday, NolaVie: Meet the press

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We’re toddlers now. NolaVie turns 2 today, and while we’re still in our formative stages, we have a lot to show after those early developmental years.  NolaVie published its first story on Feb. 21, 2011, an experiment in ... Read More »

NolaVie adds new voices to WWNO-FM

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This week, NolaVie expands its content-sharing partnership with WWNO-FM with new, weekly, only-in-New Orleans short cultural features by NolaVie writers. First up is Brett Will Taylor, whose Love: NOLA column has drawn a sizable following in the two years since he ... Read More »

New Orleans non-profit news partnership receives Knight Foundation grant

To increase local news reporting in southeast Louisiana, the Greater New Orleans Foundation will help expand the city’s NPR affiliate, WWNO, and its non-profit news partners, including NolaVie.

NolaVie is part of an innovative new non-profit news partnership that has been awarded a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The $102,000 award will be used to increase local news coverage on WWNO public ... Read More »

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