I saw a Misbelief Tree on Marginy and St.Claude one day that had me wanting to knock on the door or climb the fence to get a few branches of the tasty sweet fruit. I’m sure the property owners had to be a transplant (someone who moved to New Orleans from another state) because no sane New Orleans person would ever have a tree bearing … Continue reading The New Orleans Misbelief Fruit also known as Chinese Plums or Loquats
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sarah Zoghbi, PLPC Co-Founding Director 504-365-2094 email@example.com LOYOLA CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION DOUBLES CLINIC CAPACITY & ANNOUNCES NEW THERAPY GROUPS NEW ORLEANS (July 23, 2020) – Loyola Center for Counseling and Education announces expanded therapy services, offering new low-cost group therapy to underserved members of the New Orleans community. The LCCE opened in 2019 and has been providing sliding-scale individual, couple, family, … Continue reading LOYOLA CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION
DOUBLES CLINIC CAPACITY & ANNOUNCES NEW THERAPY GROUPS
WORLD OF WONDER-PRODUCED DOCUMENTARY “FREEDIA GOT A GUN” DEBUTS OFFICIAL TRAILERTold Through the Eyes of Local Hero and International Bounce Legend Big Freedia, Documentary Produced by Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, Directed By Chris McKim Depicts Gun Violence Epidemic in New Orleans New Orleans’s undisputed queen of bounce Big Freedia shines a spotlight on our country’s continuous struggle with gun violence in Chris McKim‘s unflinching documentary. In January 2018, Adam … Continue reading Big Freedia “Freedia Got A Gun” Documentary
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, … Continue reading Melba’s restaurant partnered with Manard Law to fight child hunger in New Orleans. No child will be turned away
JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION! The Urban League of Louisiana is a proud sponsor of the 34th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commemorative Celebration! Join us at the New Orleans Jazz Market on Monday, January 20, 2020 – beginning at 9:00 am – for a day of inspiration, remembrance and celebration. Continue reading Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commemorative Celebration
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Tuesday, December 24, 2019 There are many colorfully imaginative traditions dating back to the earliest Cajun settlers of the regions of southern Louisiana to the west and north of New Orleans. One of them is the lighting of the bonfires along the Mississippi River on Christmas Eve. These bonfires, erected on the river levees by the keepers of this … Continue reading CHRISTMAS EVE BONFIRES ON THE LEVEE
Café Rose Nicaud has closed its doors on December 16, 2019, after decades of contributing to the character, charm, and culture on Frenchmen Street, as well as being a vessel to bring the community together.
Cafe Rose Nicaud was dedicated to the memory of Rose Nicaud and her pioneering success as a leading entrepreneur whose resourceful spirit and extraordinary efforts continue to inspire us today. Continue reading Café Rose Nicaud contributed to the community, character, charm, and culture of Frenchmen Street in New Orleans has closed
The NOLA Christmas Fest is guaranteed to get you in the Holiday Spirit and bring the kid out in us all!
It makes for the perfect date. Full of Holiday Festivities for the entire family! And a fabulous fun Girl’s Only event.
I took my girls and we had a fantastic time!! Continue reading NOLA ChristmasFest with my NOLA Girls
Unlike many cities that experience small pockets of change in different neighborhoods, New Orleans has undergone a massive wave of gentrification-seemingly overnight. After Hurricane Katrina, many — Read on http://www.whereyat.com/a-requiem-for-the-most-changed-neighborhoods-gentrification-in-nola Continue reading A Requiem for the Most Changed Neighborhoods: Gentrification in NOLA | Where Y’at
Join Opulent Productions for an evening of networking, socializing, and surprises at the Inaugural Women Mean Business Awards Show. This is an event you don’t want to miss. Continue reading Opulent Productions presents: Women Mean Business Awards 2020 Vision: HER Dream in Focus