New Orleans is a vibrant metropolis that is home to the world’s second-largest city.
But in the 20th century, it was also the epicenter of the slave trade, a slave market and the worst city in America, according to a new report.
The Times has compiled the top 10 stories of the 20 year period that covered the first six months of 2018.1.
New Orleans Times-Picayune reports on the resurgence of the city and its economy after a devastating hurricaneThe city of more than 2 million is booming in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, but a year later it’s facing the same challenges it had in the past few years: a booming economy, a shrinking population and rising homelessness.
The newspaper is reporting that New Orleans residents have seen a 12.5% jump in home values in 2018 compared to 2017, according a recent study by the National Association of Realtors.
The increase is largely due to a spike in the number of homes for sale, the number renting and the number being rented for longer than six months.
This is despite the fact that the median price of a single-family home in the city was $2.4 million in 2018.
The average rent was $1,065, according the study.2.
New Orleanians are now able to buy a house, buy groceries and buy clothes for their families.
That includes clothes for older people who have lost their jobsThe number of people buying homes is up, but it’s not a great increase.
The number of homebuyers has increased by 11% from January to March 2018, but the average price of new homes sold has dropped from $1.1 million in January 2018 to $1 million on March 20, 2018, according in a report from realtor.com.
The median price for a home is now $835,000.3.
New York City is getting its own version of the New Orleans revivalThe New York metro area saw a 7.6% jump from January 2018, the most recent month for which figures are available, to March 20.
This was primarily driven by people moving to New York, a city that has seen an increase in crime, according realtor, who added that there were also more people moving out of the area.
The metro area also saw an increase of 1.4% in the population in March 2018 from the previous year, the paper reported.4.
New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie signs legislation to fund a new research center in New OrleansThe New Jersey governor is set to sign legislation on Monday to fund the creation of a new New Orleans research center, which will be led by a New Orleans native.
The New Orleans area was a magnet for refugees fleeing persecution and war during the civil war, and the new center will focus on how the city can continue to be a tourist destination and a regional hub for the United States.5.
A New Orleans woman’s life has been changed foreverThe story of New York resident Joanna Lees, who was kidnapped in 1971, has changed a lot since her abduction.
In a report published in September, the Times said she is now the youngest living person to have her life completely changed by a traumatic event.
In February, she and her husband, who she has named Christopher, were able to open their own small boutique in the tiny town of Westport, New York.
That same month, they were also able to start an art studio.
The family plans to open another boutique, and are working to get a hotel built in the area, the report said.6.
New Yorkers will soon be able to ride UberXThe ride-sharing service UberX has launched in New York’s East Village.
But for the next year, New Yorkers can only use UberX if they’re on a New York state driver’s license, which is now free for all drivers.
But drivers on the platform will be able start receiving the service starting March 18, and drivers on UberX are being encouraged to get their drivers license and use it to ride.