New Orleans Voodoo

Do you believe in this thing called “New Orleans Voodoo” actually Voodoo, became New Orleans is only known for the practice because of #MarieLaveau. Basically, Social Media Influencing before our time. It’s amazing how one can influence the masses…It’s all politics, who can get the people to believe in them (the official) and what theyContinue reading “New Orleans Voodoo”

CDC Issues Eviction Moratorium Through End of Year

Source: CDC Issues Eviction Moratorium Through End of Year Source: CDC Issues Eviction Moratorium Through End of Year         This bulletin was sent at 09/02/2020 04:45 PM CDT   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Sept. 2, 2020   Contact: LaTonya Norton         For Media Inquiries Only   communications@nola.gov(   504)Continue reading “CDC Issues Eviction Moratorium Through End of Year”

The New Orleans Misbelief Fruit also known as Chinese Plums or Loquats

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 noContinue reading “The New Orleans Misbelief Fruit also known as Chinese Plums or Loquats”

Review of Sidewalk Food Tour New Orleans

My neighbor and I had a wonderful time. We both were born and raised in New Orleans and learned so much about our city that we did not know. It’s something how you can live somewhere all your life and not know about some of its important histories. It felt like we were on an adult field trip! I loved meeting the tourists and hearing about their love for my beloved city. It all was absolutely fabulous!

Trench Boxing LLC encourages New Orleanians to settle disputes in the ring. #GunsDownGlovesUp

Instagram was ablaze with the hashtag “#Hustleman.” A name I have heard of before but nothing like swiping through my feed and seeing on viral mode. So, when my friend and fellow New Orleans HipHop Blogger NYTE LYFE Lexx’s latest article popped up in my inbox, I knew it had to be something hot andContinue reading “Trench Boxing LLC encourages New Orleanians to settle disputes in the ring. #GunsDownGlovesUp”

Remembering Big Queen Kim “Cutie” Boutte

Big Queen Kim’s life was dedicated to the Black Masking Indian culture (once known as Mardi Gras Indians) since the age of five with the Mandingo Warriors and Spirit of Fi Yi Yi. Her Uncle and Big Chief Harris’s voice radiated over the crowd as he and Big Queen Kim’s spirit lead us back to Solider’s Field as he shouted, “She was My Queen!” during the vigil on Wednesday, August 12th. It was a beautiful evening as hundreds of people packed the streets of Treme to honor our beloved Queen’s life. “She loved the culture,” says Big Chief Victor.

Should you visit New Orleans during COVID-19 Pandemic? Advice from a New Orleanian

The good news is if you are like me and absolutely love everything about New Orleans and want to dig deep into the heart and soul of New Orleans, I say, “Laissez les bons temps rouler.”

SOUTHERN REP THEATRE PARTNERS WITH THE BREATH PROJECT: A CALL FOR ENTRIES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAimée HayesProducing Artistic Director504-453-6581pr@southernrep.comFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SOUTHERN REP THEATRE PARTNERS WITH THE BREATH PROJECT: A CALL FOR ENTRIES NEW ORLEANS (July 17, 2020) –Southern Rep is participating with THE BREATH PROJECT, led by Artistic Director and Co-Founder, Gamal Abdel Chasten (founding member of the ensemble theater company UNIVERSES, co-creator of Southern Rep’s YONOLAContinue reading “SOUTHERN REP THEATRE PARTNERS WITH THE BREATH PROJECT: A CALL FOR ENTRIES”

St. Claude, New Orleans | Stuph’D, known for stuffed beignets and burgers, lands a new home on St. Claude Avenue

For a restaurant to make a big move right now takes a leap of faith considering the hardships the pandemic has brought the industry. The move Duana Lawrence just made is a leap, too, though this comes with some extra bounce thanks to her way with beignets, the following they’ve earned and the optimism that’sContinue reading “St. Claude, New Orleans | Stuph’D, known for stuffed beignets and burgers, lands a new home on St. Claude Avenue”

Essence Festival 2019 Memories: NYDJ Family Festival at the Jane Club New Orleans Review

Last year the Essence Festival hosted several events to celebrate all things Blackness and Womanhood in New Orleans, and Essence Festival 2019 “do not owe me nothing” as the older generations would say! Essence Festival 2019 “do not owe me nothing” as the older generations would say! It was a magnificent year for my brandContinue reading “Essence Festival 2019 Memories: NYDJ Family Festival at the Jane Club New Orleans Review”