Tyler Tschannen finds his groove in the music industry.

by: Brendan Adams Tyler Tschannen,  an up-and-coming music producer, is making his sound known around the music industry. Tyler Tschannen, known professionally as Tyler Klein, is a 20-year-old from Covington, La. who originally started out as a rapper in his senior year of high school. He started making his own rap music and putting it
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Spring brings low interest rates for real estate.

By: Brendan Adams The amount of buyers in real estate is increasing as interest rates are decreasing. Real estate interest rates have decreased, which is causing both buyers and sellers to be active in the recent months. It is becoming busy for both sides because the low interest is leading to many people wanting to
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Live music is returning to Louisiana.

By: Brendan Adams Local concerts, as well as tours, are coming back as soon as the coming fall. Venues are looking into the best way to continue with the original goal of re-opening concerts in the upcoming fall. One venue that is popular for concerts is the Smoothie King Center. Although it is the home
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Removal of online school in St. Tammany public schools is met with mixed reactions.

By: Brendan Adams St. Tammany Parish announced that, starting next school year, public schools will not have the option of online classes, leading to confusion for parents and students. From the time schools received notice of the shutdown of schools due to the coronavirus last March, students have become accustomed to having classes online, but
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Pelican Park gets ready for a safe spring baseball season amid pandemic.

By: Brendan Adams Pelican Park is preparing for another baseball season as the coronavirus is still a concern and affecting millions of people. As the coronavirus is still a concern in America, many sports teams at recreational parks are carefully beginning the process of starting up sports for the spring, and Pelican Park is no
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Cancellation of Mardi Gras leads to uncertainty for businesses.

by: Brendan Adams The coronavirus is forcing the cancellation of Mardi Gras parades for the first time since 1979. While the coronavirus is still affecting millions of people throughout the U.S., Mayor LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans has cancelled all parades this year, forcing a big tourism dilemma. Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday,” is a
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