Dominic Massa, WWL-TV

Dominic Massa

WWL-TV

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • WWL-TV
Past:
  • Baton Rouge Advocate
  • USA TODAY
  • New Orleans Advocate

Recent articles by Dominic:

New Orleans airport's new terminal debuts 60 years after original MSY opened

Original terminal was dedicated Nov. 11, 1959 and replaced original Moisant Field which had been in operation since the 1940s → Read More

Ernest Gaines, acclaimed Louisiana author, dies at 86

Novelist was nominated for Pulitzer Prize and earned praise for his depiction of African-American life in the rural South → Read More

Rex and Zulu members donate $10,000 to local schools

Donations from krewe members will benefit McDonogh 35 and New Orleans Military and Maritime Academy students → Read More

Former French president Jacques Chirac, who died Thursday, spent time in New Orleans as young graduate student

Jacques Chirac, the former French President who died Wednesday, spent time in New Orleans as young graduate student in the 1950s. → Read More

Leigh "Little Queenie" Harris, star of New Orleans band the Percolators, dies at 65

With her band "Li'l Queenie and the Percolators," Harris was a star of the local music scene in the 1970s and 80s → Read More

Remembering Cokie Roberts' New Orleans roots and trailblazing career

Cokie Roberts, a New Orleans native, is remembered for her family's contributions to politics but also her own trailblazing career with NPR and ABC. → Read More

Chef Carl Schaubhut of DTB, Bacobar, dies at 37

Young New Orleans chef quickly earned a local following while struggling with the effects and treatment for cancer → Read More

Blanco will be fourth Louisiana governor to lie in state at Capitol

Gov. and U.S. Sen. Huey P. Long was the first Louisiana leader to lie in state in the Capitol building, of which he pushed for construction. → Read More

Former Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco dies at 76

Blanco was the state's first female governor. → Read More

Hurricane Camille 50 years ago: 'It was like World War 3'

New anniversary exhibit chronicles how monster storm changed the Mississippi Gulf Coast in ways not seen until a similar storm, Katrina, 36 years later → Read More

Nancy Parker was to have reigned as Nyx grand marshal; krewe captain calls her 'epitome of everything we believe in'

Fox 8 anchor Nancy Parker had accepted invitation to reign as the krewe's grand marshal in 2020 weeks before her untimely death in plane crash → Read More

C.J. Morgan, longtime morning radio host, dies

Morgan spent more than a decade as a popular top-rated morning drive co-host on Q-93 FM → Read More

Louis Prima, "the man who played for pretty for the people," still entertaining them at N.O. Jazz Museum

Exhibit showcases the musical legacy of the legendary Italian-American musician, who hit it big in his hometown as well as New York, Hollywood and Las Vegas → Read More

Sons of George Rodrigue sue his widow over control of Blue Dog artist's empire

George Rodrigue's sons sue his widow Wendy and her husband over control of famed Blue Dog artist's empire → Read More

Art Neville, founder of The Meters and Neville Brothers, dies at 81

Eldest member of famous musical family known as Poppa Funk influenced generations of musicians in various musical styles during his six-decade career → Read More

John Walton, of radio team Walton and Johnson, has died

Radio duo's morning comedy show began in New Orleans in the 1980s and is now heard in four states → Read More

Rolland Golden, noted Louisiana artist, dies at 87

Golden's six-decade career as a realist painter earned him a following across the country and even saw his works tour the former Soviet Union → Read More

50 years ago today: Victory in the fight against a Vieux Carre Riverfront Expressway

On July 1, 1969, the Transportation Secretary announced the elevated expressway plan was dead. It ended a fierce, decades-long "Second Battle of New Orleans." → Read More

Dave Bartholomew, rock 'n' roll pioneer and trumpeter, dies at age 100

Bartholomew was known for his groundbreaking work with Fats Domino, which helped create the rock 'n' roll genre. → Read More

Dr. John recorded one final album before his death: Rolling Stone report

No release date has been announced for the album which features country songs, Dr. John classics and duets with Willie Nelson, Aaron Neville and Rickie Lee Jones → Read More