Streetside Market Shines Bright

Downtown Hammond has welcomed the newest, brightest restaurant in the heart of the city. Not only is it a restaurant but it is an international affair filled with culture, cuisine, and variety. The historic Ford building now holds an open market that is focused on offering an innovative dining experience for all of its guest.
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Ponchatoula’s, Jonathan Rucker, Creates an Ice Cream Brand that is Being Called “Better than Bluebell”

Jonathan Rucker was born and raised in Ponchatoula and has a strong sense of community. Rucker has recently created a brand of ice cream known as Sweet Magnolia Ice Cream that has gained popularity over Southern Louisiana. Rucker says that he never intended for his ice cream brand to become “this big.” And that he
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LEE’S DRIVE-IN IS BACK IN BUSINESS

Lee’s Drive-In on W. Thomas Street reopened Tuesday after nine months of reconstruction. A fire burned down the restaurant and neighboring Superking Seafood back in April 2016. The owners’ original goal of completing reconstruction in 90 days since the incident was delayed due to city and sanitation inspections. Customers filled the seats and lined up outside of the restaurant, waiting eagerly
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New Host of “Point of View” Seeks to Deepen Show’s Content

New “Point of View” radio talk-show host Miranda Fleig intends to deepen the show’s conversation by incorporating more discussion about common issues affecting Hammond locals. “Point of View” is the longest running talk show on KSLU. ” The show focuses on people, events and issues in the Hammond area. After taking over in January, Fleig now hopes
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