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What will replace the driving range?

Times-Picayune staff

I was 21 the three months I worked in The Times-Picayune newsroom on Lafayette Square. We used manual typewriters, shared telephones and threw trash on the floor.

In 1968, we moved to the “new building” at 3800 Howard Ave.

I was there 41 years. I interviewed Nobel Prize winners, regular people, the Gospel Soul Children, a mother of a dying child. I traveled to Siberia, Africa, China. The paper was my womb. Journalism was my passion.

Newspapers had money. Print dying? Never.

Soon a driving range will replace the “new building.” What, I wonder, will replace the driving range?

Millie Ball

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