The helicopter crash that resulted in the deaths of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight other passengers last month came on the heels of two other significant aircraft tragedies, each hitting Louisiana residents hard as they claimed the lives of well-known local television reporters Carley McCord and Nancy Parker, along with several other casualties. […]
St. Charles Parish has made it into the movies – again.
This time, it’s in an Amazon Studios production called, “Troop Zero,” a family comedy-drama film about elementary schoolgirls recruited by a misfit girl who dreams of life in outer space and wants to be recorded on NASA’s Golden Record. She recruits a makeshift troop to infiltrate the Birdie Scouts to win a talent show. […]
Fifty-five years ago, on Sept. 26, 1964, “Gilligan’s Island” premiered on American television. […]
As the TV matriarch of the Cunningham clan in the sitcom “Happy Days,” Marion Ross appeared in over 250 episodes during the hit series 11-season run from 1974 to 1984. But one episode has special significance for the actress this time of year. […]
If your name is Marsha, there’s a good chance you were named after Marsha Hunt who turned 102 on Oct. 17. Whether you’re named directly or indirectly after the veteran actress probably depends on your age, but nonetheless, Ms. Hunt believes she holds claim to being the first girl named Marsha – at least with that spelling. […]
In a request entitled, “Paranoid to travel to personal property,” Conrad Adams asked the St. Charles Parish Council for help with protecting his Paradis property in anticipation of making his latest film there. […]
When veteran comedian and impressionist Rich Little appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom during the swearing-in ceremony for his U.S. citizenship in 2010, the Canadian native granted the presiding judge an unusual request. […]