My name is Ellen Hopper Clements, a New Orleans native, I now proudly call Lafayette my home! I love working and volunteering in the community but can’t wait to come home and spend time with my boys, Charlie and Andy. I met my husband, Fletcher, in 2013 while I was working on my Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. When I met him I immediately knew that my life would never be boring again, and I was so right!
New Orleans Museums Offer Free Admission In August
August is "New Orleans Museum Month" and there are several New Orleans museums that will offer free admissions this month.
Have You Heard of the ‘Peggy Martin’ Rose?
Have you ever heard of a “Peggy Martin” Rose?
2022 New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade Schedule
Mardi Gras is right around the corner and just in case you are now thinking of making a trip to New Orleans to experience my favorite season, here is a list of the 2022 Mardi Gras Parade Schedule in New Orleans.
Louisiana WWII Veteran’s Body Dissected in Front of a Live Audience
That is just what World War II veteran David Saunders wanted to do when he passed away. David died at the age of 98 in a Zachary hospital from Covid-19. David’s wife, Elsie Saunders made sure that her husband’s wishes were followed after his death.
How Many ‘Fun Size’ Candy Bars Can You Eat Before it Equals a Full Size Bar?
This may make you lay off the Halloween candy for good.
Grand Isle Cold Case Solved 35 Years Later
After nearly 40 years an unsolved cold case out of Grand Isle, La has been solved.
Hurricane Ida Levels Historic ‘Second Home’ To Louis Armstrong
As Hurricane Ida was reeking her havoc on the city of New Orleans it tore down an iconic piece of history that has been standing in the city since 1913.