Allen Lottinger

Bringing back Charity Hospital

Finally, after years in the stockpile of wrecked and shuttered buildings in the state of Louisiana, redemption may be coming soon to our Charity Hospital Building in New Orleans, which was a classic structure in the old days before it was left to molder by Hurricane Katrina. […]

Allen Lottinger

Two dat? Saints on the verge

For any city or region, the home team reaching great heights is a point of pride. But it means just a little bit more in New Orleans, where every Saints victory seems to inspire a gleam in everyone’s eye, some extra purpose in their steps and an abundance of joy that permeates the city as a whole. […]

Allen Lottinger

CPRA has helped save state coast

When Johnny Bradberry was appointed to serve as Gov. John Bel Edwards’ executive assistant for coastal activities and chairman of Louisiana’s Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA), he claims it was those years after Hurricane Katrina that provided a professional test equal to or greater than the test of Hurricane Betsy. […]

Allen Lottinger

FROM THE HERALD GUIDE – Dec. 13-2018

The world gets stranger and stranger as time goes by. Now we have one of the most civilized areas of Mother Earth – Paris – being torn apart by ruffians in anti-government protests. Museums, theaters and shops at the center of  the heartbeat of Western Europe, are being closed there, including the famed Eiffel Tower. […]

Allen Lottinger

George Bush had a great career

We praise the career of former President George H. W. Bush who died Friday at the age of 94 following  many years of government service. During it he served as congressman, an ambassador to the United Nations, an envoy to China, chairman of the Republican National Committee, director of the CIA, two terms as vice president and finally as president of the United States of America. […]