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Polo Silk The Legendary Photographer: Opening Reception at Antenna Gallery 

Night out to support my friend Polo Silk The Legendary Photographer of New Orleans Hip-hop, Bounce and Underground Music plus all Things & People of New Orleans at the Antenna Gallery. Polo Silk Polo Silk The Legendary Polo Silk The Photographer exhibit: The exhibition highlights some of the most memorable rap and bounce songs from … Continue reading Polo Silk The Legendary Photographer: Opening Reception at Antenna Gallery 

I get it from My Daddy

Who's that Chic???? 👀🤪😜😂🤣⚜⚜⚜⚜ I dedicate these pics to my Daddy George Price!!! He is the man behind my business, fashion and hair senses. Actually both he and my Mama fed New Orleans culture, entrepreneurship and compassion for others as so as the air filled our lungs. He kept us dressed in the finest clothing … Continue reading I get it from My Daddy

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

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

NOLA Chic

Let me show you my NOLA https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10212102332493097&id=1218678471 Fyi: My NOLA Chic branding will be changed to "Neauxla Chic" on Friday. I ran into some trademarking issues and would not be able to sell certain merchandise if I was to keep the spelling. I hope this doesn't cause any confusion, maybe I should introduce the new … Continue reading NOLA Chic

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

NOLA Chic’s Saturday at the Treme 7th Ward Arts & Cultural Festival

ttps://www.facebook.com/MsCakes74/videos/10212036587649517/ After I walked through the Lafitte Greenway, heading to the Treme 7th Ward Cultural Festival I could hear the beat of beautiful drumming, which I thought was coming from the festival. As I crossed Claiborne to the bridge I could see a lone red tin shipping container with the words "Veggie Nola" written in … Continue reading NOLA Chic’s Saturday at the Treme 7th Ward Arts & Cultural Festival

Music mural displayed for 1st time since Hurricane Katrina

NEW ORLEANS — A mural that covered the wall of a pioneering New Orleans bar is back on display for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. The 29-foot-long (9-meter-long) painting, which caricatures more than 60 musical celebrities of the 1940s, once covered a wall at Dixie’s Bar of Music , an early haven for gay […] … Continue reading Music mural displayed for 1st time since Hurricane Katrina

NOLA Light

Living in the light that shining down on me. I don't care what they say, I believe in the spirit world, prayers of my ancestor and treating people how you want to be treated no matter how they treat you... My Momo taught me to be and do just that. I moved home to be … Continue reading NOLA Light

A lunch date with Nola Chic at Cafe Degas

I treated myself to a solo lunch after a stressful morning meeting at one of my favorite restaurants in the city. Cafe Degas is located at 3127 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans. Cafe Degas is a ovely cozy, romantic tree house feel for a french restaurant. An actual tree runs thru it, which is pretty cool. … Continue reading A lunch date with Nola Chic at Cafe Degas

NOLA Chic’s Essence Festival Tips: Part 2

Living as a Local Tourist The summer 2016 was my first official visit to the Essence Festival as a New Orleanian, a local and the experience was completely different than coming to New Orleans as a visitor I must say, still a great experience, but different. I learned so much being on the "inside"and people … Continue reading NOLA Chic’s Essence Festival Tips: Part 2

NOLA Chic’s Essence Festival Tips

Its that time of year once again in New Orleans, no its not Carnival Time, better known as Mardi Gras, but it's festival time! New Orleans has 130 festivals per year, with an average of 1 festivals every 3 days per the New Orleans Tourism Official guide website. Out of all the festivals one of … Continue reading NOLA Chic’s Essence Festival Tips