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Chickie Wah Wah, 9p.m.
Two local blues rockers shake things down on Canal
Old US Mint, 2p.m.
Choral group welded through New Orleans eclectic music scene; $5
Ogden After Hours, 6p.m.
Hear the guitarist/composer play and speak at Thursday’s premier after hours event
Grammy nominated singer for her album “Better” in 2013
Maple Leaf, 12a.m.
Drumming sensation takes the stage with Mike Dillon and Brian Haas
The Joy Theater, 7:30p.m.
Ten StorySLAM champs retell their tales to the theme “Fish Out of Water”
Old US Mint, 2p.m.
New Orleans songwriter performs a solo show
Old US Mint, 8p.m.
Cellist uses electronic loops to create compelling compositions
Smoothie King Center, 7p.m.
L.A. vs. LA
Prytania Theatre, 12:15 a.m. (also playing 31st)
Cult classic takes to the big screen…again
A band made up of LA and TX natives mix up a pot of gumbo goodness with hints of zydeco, blues, soul and hip hop
New Orleans funk quartet gets reoriented with Sonic Bloom ft. Eric Bloom of Lettuce
Saegner, 2p.m. and 7p.m.
13-piece band jazzes it up with six singer-dancers complete with WWII era costumes
House of Blues, 8p.m.
A tribute to Bon Jovi
French Quarter, 6:30p.m.
The raunchy and sarcastic Quarter parade is back and rolling down a new route
French Quarter, 7:15
Burlesque diva Trixie Minx presides over Delusion rolling after Krewe de Vieux
Get funky after Krewe de Vieux
Feds: La. Obamacare Signups Doubled in March
Obamacare signups more than doubled in Louisiana over the final month of open enrollment for 2014, according to federal statistics released Thursday. From Oct 1.- March 31, nearly 102,000 people signed up for the federal health care marketplace, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Obamacare Check-up: Deadline Approaches, Landrieu's Offensive
With a deadline and an election season fast approaching, Democrats are once again under the Obamacare crunch this week. The officials in charge of the Affordable Care Act are trying to get the word out across Louisiana as they seek to encourage as many people signed up for the Affordable Care Act as possible. Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu is proposing changes to the law as she gears up for the midterm pressure cooker.
Crime of 'Passion?'
Baton Rouge Billboard Battle Lands State, MoveOn.Org in Federal Court
With the state legislative session in full gear, Baton Rouge is in its annual free-for-all of horse-trading and designating. But this week, the biggest political battleground is on the side of the Red Stick highway, rather than the House that Long Built. The skirmish involves an influential national progressive organization, a pair of state GOP pols with designs on higher office and, as ever in the current political climate, Obamacare.
Good Bill Hunting
Louisiana Legislature to Consider Common Core, Marijuana, Wine Ice Cream
Around noon Monday, March 10, the 2014 session of the state legislature was gaveled in. This year, legislators have three months to pass some laws, and the state budget. The governor isn't wielding an axe this year, but the menu still features plenty of fresh cuts.
'La. Resident Chuck Duprey' Blasts Obamacare on Colbert Report (VIDEO)
With Bobby Jindal taking a harsh stance against Obamacare and many local pols following suit, Louisiana residents have become an easy target for those blasting opponents of the Affordable Care Act. Stephen Colbert highlighted phony Obamacare horror stories on his latest episode of The Colbert Report, and English actor Patrick Stewart flexed his acting chops as Chuck Duprey, a supposed Louisiana "workerman" who had a frightening run-in with big government healthcare. Click through to watch.
Landrieu, Cassidy Weigh in on Health Care Fix
President Barack Obama inserted another health care decision into the pressure cooker of the midterm election cycle on Wednesday. With the Bayou State's U.S. Senate race set to hit another gear, the White House's move to extend the amount of time that people can keep pre-existing coverage illustrated how the law continues to be one of the key issues of the 2014 race.
NoDef Nods: Politics
13 Stories from 2014, and 5 to Watch in the New Year
On the political scene, New Orleans saw some old names like Ray Nagin and Charles Foti return in 2013. Meanwhile, BP and Bobby kept the Bayou State in the national spotlight once again. Peruse all of 2013's top stories, and grab a handful for the new year on the way out:
LA Budget Project: Obamacare Won't Hurt Worker Benefits
Recently, two policy groups essentially rebutted one of the largest talking points coming from opponents of Obamacare: employer-based insurance will decrease for Americans as the new Affordable Care Act reforms take hold. Not only is this borderline fear mongering by ACA opponents to turn the tides against national health care, turns out that the decline was taking place long before Obamacare and that public health care has been helping bridge the gap.
Subpar Health Plans Ok'd by La. Insurance Commish
The 93,000 people in Louisiana who thought their health insurance would be canceled under Obamacare may get to keep their plan like the president promised after all. Late Wednesday, Commissioner of Insurance Jim Donelon announced that he would go along with a White House-proposed fix that would allow people to keep their plans for another year, even if they don't meet Affordable Care Act requirements.
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