Bourbon Street, New Orleans | 72-year-old French Quarter performer back on Bourbon Street after beating COVID-19

NEW ORLEANS — A 72-year-old French Quarter performer is on the road to recovery after she tested positive for COVID-19 in late March. Marie Francois said it was one of the hardest things she’s been through. At one point, she said she didn’t think she was going to beat the virus. https://www.newsbreakapp.com/n/0PCjvbk9?s=a99&pd=05OQgomd Continue reading Bourbon Street, New Orleans | 72-year-old French Quarter performer back on Bourbon Street after beating COVID-19

Mardi Gras, Indian culture historian Wendy Good, dies at 61 after a bout with brain cancer/ Eyewitness News

With her passing comes the loss of a woman known for keeping the spirit of New Orleans alive with her countless stories and photos of Carnival Indians.  Author: Paul Dudley / Eyewitness News Published: 6:58 PM CDT May 27, 2020 https://wwltv.com/embeds/video/289-f56b29c0-c8a6-45f2-9ebd-f483a753ed70/iframe?jwsource=cl NEW ORLEANS — A New Orleans lawyer and photographer known for capturing Mardi Gras Indian culture through her many photos and stories died Sunday following a long battle with brain cancer, according to her daughter.  Just over a month ago in the midst of the pandemic, dozens showed up to say hello from afar to Wendy Good as her friends hosted … Continue reading Mardi Gras, Indian culture historian Wendy Good, dies at 61 after a bout with brain cancer/ Eyewitness News

Local Nurse at UMC Shares Troubling Conditions During Covid-19 Pandemic – Big Easy Magazine

Local Nurse at UMC Shares Troubling Conditions During Covid-19 Pandemic – Big Easy Magazine — Read on http://www.bigeasymagazine.com/2020/03/26/local-nurse-at-umc-shares-troubling-conditions-during-covid-19-pandemic/ Continue reading Local Nurse at UMC Shares Troubling Conditions During Covid-19 Pandemic – Big Easy Magazine

Melba’s restaurant partnered with Manard Law to fight child hunger in New Orleans. No child will be turned away

Melba’s restaurant is a neighborhood spot known for dishing out New Orleans favorites such as overstuffed shrimp Po-Boys, Red Beans & Rice, Gumbo, Breakfast and much more is doing their the best to stay on top of the game where the coronavirus is concerned. In addition to ensuring that everyone that enters his establishment has measures in place to avoid the spreading of the COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus. Owner, Scott Wolfe once again proves he is committed to giving back to the community that he grew in. Melba’s is located in my St Roch neighborhood, which is … Continue reading Melba’s restaurant partnered with Manard Law to fight child hunger in New Orleans. No child will be turned away

FION PRODUCTIONS presents NOLA Comedy for the Cure feat. Algiers Diamond

I am the BRAND AMBASSADOR for “NOLA Comedy for the Cure” presented by FION Productions LLC and Black News Channel starring Nyesha “Algiers Diamond” Wilson!!! Hey Y’all, As you know I have been out of town caring for my GROWN Children lol, but seriously I been away due to the loss of my daughter’s dad, taking care of business for my adopted daughter, spending time with my son and while here I was cast for a roll in Empire. So, I’m not on this glamorous vacation, luckily I found a lil gig because being gone has affected my coins 💸 … Continue reading FION PRODUCTIONS presents NOLA Comedy for the Cure feat. Algiers Diamond

The Helena Alexander Lupus Awareness Foundation is hosting it’s 3rd Annual 3-Mile Walk

The Helena Alexander Lupus Awareness Foundation is hosting their 3rd Annual 3-Mile Walk on May 18, 2019 9:00 am in Audubon Park at Magazine st. New Orleans, LA

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Sponsored by Helena Alexander

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The Helena Alexander Lupus Awareness Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 by Lupus Survivor Helena Alexander. The foundation promotes awareness for Lupus in New Orleans, Louisiana with the promise to educate everyone around the world about the disease.
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My Inexperience with Marijuana: Story of a new short term smoker

After receiving an invite to attend an educational session on medical cannabis featuring one of the nations leading experts, a doctor of medical marijuana, it had me thinking of my experience or shall I say inexperience with marijuana. When initially … Continue reading My Inexperience with Marijuana: Story of a new short term smoker

Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

Hi, with the growth of my Nola Life page it was put on my heart to ask if you all know any of my relatives and friends of my Daddy, George Albert Price.  My Daddy was a well known New … Continue reading Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

4 Tips For Raising A Child With Hydrocephlaus

  Whether your baby is diagnosed in utero or after birth, the diagnosis of hydrocephalus comes as a shock to any parent. A sad fact is that Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) is the leading cause of hydrocephalus in preterm infants and varying levels of … Continue reading 4 Tips For Raising A Child With Hydrocephlaus

My Escape or Refuge to Minnesota: Part 2 Birth & Loss of Daddy’s Girls

I was finally brought onto the ward as my daughter’s daddy walked in with his best friend, they had cigars and some flowers.. Why? He was older than I, 20 yrs old, did not know half about having a baby either, besides … Continue reading My Escape or Refuge to Minnesota: Part 2 Birth & Loss of Daddy’s Girls