fbpx

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

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

Orpheum Theater’s Summer Film Series Presents….

  Orpheum's Summer Film Series is back! Pack up the kids, snacks and juice boxes and head to the beautiful Orpheum Theater . There will be small bags of popcorn and drinks for purchase, but keep it totally free and bring in your goodies and make sure the kids don't leave any evidence aka empty … Continue reading Orpheum Theater’s Summer Film Series Presents….

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

Black Excellence! Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Wins Grand Prix At Cannes —

https://www.youtube.com/embed/pFc6I0rgmgY?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Source: Earl Gibson III / Getty Spike Lee is back y’all! His newest film BlacKkKlansman, which is based on a true story about a Black police officer infiltrating the KKK in the 1970s, was recently awarded the Grand Prix–second place award–at the Cannes International Film Festival. The first-place prize–Palme d’Or–went to Japanese director Hirozaku … Continue reading Black Excellence! Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Wins Grand Prix At Cannes —

Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo

"Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo, New Orleans’ best free festival that’s put together by its community, for its community." About This Festival Come by the Bayou Every year, tens of thousands of people gather at Bayou St. John in New Orleans for one of the city’s most highly anticipated events, the Mid-City Bayou … Continue reading Come boogie at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo

Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

https://www.vogue.com/article/new-orleans-mothers-day-second-line-parade-style-photo-portfolio     These days, it’s rare to witness or take part in what New Orleanians consider an authentic second line parade, a tradition in which whole neighborhoods dance behind a local social club and brass band (the “main line”) as they march down the street. Stand on the corner of just about any block … Continue reading Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

Zulu On The Bayou Mother’s Day Festival

Zulu on the Bayou Mother's Day Festival - Sunday 11a-7p Original Big 7 Second Line Parade - Sunday   Original Big Seven Second Line Parade 906x680 Original Big 7 [Photo by Action Jackson] Original Big 7 [Photo by Action Jackson] Sunday, May 13, 2018 -  1:00pm to 5:00pm Coming Up Soon MAY 20 Zulu Second Line Parade Sunday, May … Continue reading Zulu On The Bayou Mother’s Day Festival

LaToya Cantrell Takes Office As The First-Ever Female Mayor Of New Orleans

"There's only you and me and the work before us," LaToya Cantrell said to a gathered crowd during her swearing in ceremony. LaToya Cantrell made history in New Orleans on Monday, becoming the first woman and the first Black woman to be sworn in as mayor in the city’s 300-year history. “There’s only one way … Continue reading LaToya Cantrell Takes Office As The First-Ever Female Mayor Of New Orleans

Free Concert at Jazz Heritage Center

The Jazz & Heritage Concert Series Presents NAYDJA COJOE, NAYO JONES and MYKIA JOVAN Saturday, May 5 Sets at 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. The Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N. Rampart St.) Free Admission The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation proudly presents a special concert featuring three New Orleans singers – Naydja Cojoe, … Continue reading Free Concert at Jazz Heritage Center

Jazz in the Park Crab Fest

Jazz in the Park Crab Fest Friday, May 11th at 6:00pm   Armstrong Park 901 Rampart New Orleans, LA 70116 United States   eventbrite.com CATEGORIES: Event Description: Enjoy nonstop music and all the crab dishes you can handle at Jazz in the Park Tremé Crab Festival on Friday, May 11. The festival is from 6 p.m. – … Continue reading Jazz in the Park Crab Fest