Finding originality and spirituality in St. Patrick's Day and St. Joseph's Day celebrations.
Errol Laborde and Arthur Hardy share their thoughts on the 2014 Carnival season.
The upstart paper dethrones the reigning king.
The captain provides a quick preview of the 2014 parade.
The Thursday before Mardi Gras is a big night in New Orleans.
A daily Times-Picayune would have been nice for the Ray Nagin trial.
A USA Today article sheds new light on New Orleans' competing newspapers.
What makes a family a dynasty?
A new report offers insights into the "digital overhaul."
The Newhouse Effect is felt in Cleveland.
The Saints may have lost, but New Orleanians have lots of other reasons to celebrate.
Carnival and other events have affected certain words for New Orleanians.
The Battle of New Orleans had a big impact on U.S. history.
Errol Laborde holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of New Orleans and is the editor-in-chief of Renaissance Publishing. In that capacity he serves as editor/associate publisher of New Orleans Magazine and editor/publisher of Louisiana Life magazine.
Errol is also a producer and a regular panelist on Informed Sources, a weekly news discussion program broadcast on public television station WYES-TV, Channel 12. Errol is a three-time winner of the Alex Waller Award, the highest award given in print journalism by the Press Club of New Orleans. He also received the National and City Regional Magazine Association Award for Best Column for his New Orleans Magazine column, beating out 76 city magazines across the country. In 2013, Errol received the award for the "Best News Affiliated Blog," awarded by the Press Club of New Orleans.
Errol’s most recent books are Krewe: The Early Carnival from Comus to Zulu and Marched the Day God: A History of the Rex Organization. In his free time he enjoys playing tennis and traveling with his wife, Peggy, to anywhere they can get away to, but some of his favorite spots are the Caribbean and historic locations around Louisiana. You can reach Errol at (504) 830-7235 or email@example.com.