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Raindrops and Milk & Honey

I complained of the rain earlier and two things hit me, #1 if the rain doesnt fall, flowers can not grow. #2 I have anxiety after last years flooding, when the pumps failed. I'm scared of the very rain that my Mama would open all the windows and doors to and we would sit watching … Continue reading Raindrops and Milk & Honey

Let me show you my NOLA

Neauxla Chic is one of New Orleans top lifestyle bloggers putting the spotlight on the very people that make New Orleans the #1 travel destination in the world, those people are the locals, native New Orleanians.My goal is to "Show you my NOLA" by means of showcasing the men, women, children of New Orleans. I'll … Continue reading Let me show you my NOLA

Just another day in the life of a NOLA Street Preformer

I had a full evening in the French Quarter's last weekend and I will blog about my experience in a separate blog. In searching for a photo I was surprised to find that I have 60K+ photos since 2011 of all things New Orleans as well as my many vacations, not saying I'm gonna go … Continue reading Just another day in the life of a NOLA Street Preformer

When did you fall in love with HipHop? I fell in love with Hiphop when the beat of New Orleans called for Me

This spring I met this chic at the New Orleans Entrepreneur Week event and we instantly hit it off, to the point of other\ns coming up to us asking if we are best friends to this day. Meeting her would have me digging deep into my teen years allowing myself to go back in time … Continue reading When did you fall in love with HipHop? I fell in love with Hiphop when the beat of New Orleans called for Me

NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

Hello everyone it's ya girl, well woman Neauxla Chic and I decided to switch it up a bit and make a video, well actually it started out as a Facebook Live stream which includes talk about pecan candy, breaking down the lyrics to I.N.D.E.P.E.N.D.E.N.T by Weebie, and announcing my friend Polo NOLA's exciting news, which … Continue reading NOLA Kitchen Talk with Neauxla Chic: Cooking Pecan Candy & Spilling the Tea

Tee-Eva, New Orleans Queen of Pralines has passed away

Tee-Eva of Tee-Eva Famous Pies & Pralines on Magazine St., passed away yesterday at University Medical Center. She was 83.. My condolences to her family. ⚜ The death was confirmed by Geannie Thomas, Mrs. Perry's close friend and co-founder, along with Antoinette K-Doe, of the Ernie K-Doe Baby Dolls. Eva Louis Perry, founder of Tee-Eva's … Continue reading Tee-Eva, New Orleans Queen of Pralines has passed away

In the Land of Kings and Queens – Tourism Biz – June 2018

June is Pride Month around the world and Saturday brings a Pride Parade in nearly every major city. Here in New Orleans, the French Quarter will be the epicenter of LGBT+ events, including a parade, and there are other Pride events throughout the city. First, a history lesson: Known initially as “Gay Pride,” and now … Continue reading In the Land of Kings and Queens – Tourism Biz – June 2018

NOLA Chic’s Saturday in Treme Photos

I was so proud seeing my friend Katherine in action at the Tricentennial Treme Neighborhood Cleanup. She's very passionate about children and our community giving her all to her organization High Voltage. High Voltage is a Louisiana based non-profit organization that provides educational as well as recreational programs and opportunities for youth to realize their … Continue reading NOLA Chic’s Saturday in Treme Photos

Where are all the Nola Natives??? My walk thru Treme

My Saturday was jammed pack with events within walking distance of each other in the Treme neighborhood and since the weatherman was totally wrong, well lets say the wind blew the storm in another direction. The news had the entire city on alert, but we all said "Lessen Bon Ton Roule" to the grey storm … Continue reading Where are all the Nola Natives??? My walk thru Treme

Affectionately dubbed ‘Old Sober’, the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.

On a recent Sunday afternoon, Frenchmen Street was relatively tranquil. People still were sleeping off the night before or finishing up late-day brunches to quell any lingering after-effects. Strains of jazz – an accordion, clarinet, tuba – leaked onto the street. Rainbow-bright clapboard houses competed with the brilliant blue of the sky. But the most … Continue reading Affectionately dubbed ‘Old Sober’, the little-known New Orleans dish called yakamein is said to right even the worst symptoms of fun.

I saved a NOLA Fig Tree from gentrification

I'm not sure if it's the fact that I moved away and came back that I appreciate the things some may not realize that are New Orleans treasures. As you all know, I haven't drove since my car accident in 2016, so if I'm not in a Lyft or being driven around, my feet get … Continue reading I saved a NOLA Fig Tree from gentrification

  Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival  May 25-27

Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival When: May 25-27 There are neighborhood tours, a Baby Doll bar crawl, community art projects, youth activities, food and music by Shannon Powell, Treme Brass Band, Kermit Ruffins and others at the fest under the Claiborne Avenue overpass. Visit www.treme7thwardcd.org for details. 9:30 a.m. Friday, noon Saturday-Sunday.  About Long known … Continue reading   Treme/7th Ward Arts & Culture Festival  May 25-27