I want to give in to the Love Spell that was influenced by this deadly disease, and thinking of it like that even makes me want him even more. We have grown closer and became a constant support to each other during this hard time. And it makes me wonder if true love can blossom during a pandemic? Continue reading Love During Lockdown: A story about Sex, Love, and COVID-19
If you live in New Orleans or visiting you are sure to feel the holiday spirit flowing throughout the city in addition to the mesmerizing spirit of New Orleans. The air alone will suffocate the feeling of loneliness as it wraps you up into the heart of the city. No matter your faith, you are sure to get caught up in the spirit and take your off feeling lonely. Continue reading What do the lonely do at Christmas
Who Dat Ringing Wedding Bells? 📯💍🏉⚜️ Saints Head Coach Sean Payton and girlfriend Skylene Montgomery are engaged! Payton surprised Montgomery in a French Quarter restaurant, the Longway Tavern, inside of the New Orleans French Quarter District. WDSU reported the proposal on Friday night. Montgomery accompanied Payton to the private event to celebrate Saints’ owner Gayle Benson and late husband Tom Benson’s 15th wedding anniversary. However, Payton “popped … Continue reading Who Dat ringing wedding bells? Saint Head Coach Sean Payton and girlfriend Skylene Montgomery are engaged!
I want to share details on the sophisticated and seductive Bar Marilou with all of you. Whether the night calls for “intimate date night or ” happy hour with your girls,” this place is sure to take your night to the higher level. Bar Marilou the new cocktail bar and lounge housed in the former City Hall law library in New Orleans at Maison de la Luz, the new luxury … Continue reading The sophisticated and seductive Bar Marilou in New Orleans
Have you ever walked down the street and see lovers showing out like this? Some were taught to shun public affection, don’t kiss in public, and so on. But in New Orleans, you can feel free to take your love to the streets and dance in the name of love! There’s nothing like a New Orleans Second Line but a Second Line Wedding! I chase … Continue reading Watch: New Orleans Second Line Weddings
AceHotel New Orleans is offering to celebrate Southern Decadence, which you probably know is the city’s annual LGBT festival, over Labor Day weekend. For the second year, Ace Hotel is celebrating Southern Decadence with CAKE — its 3-day series of decadence featuring dynamic, inclusive and thought-provoking events. For this year’s series, AceHotel has partnered with LGBT groups and leaders in the city and beyond, including: Lesbian and queer bar pop-up Grrlspot and CRESCENDO, which celebrates Black and … Continue reading Ace Hotel is celebrating Southern Decadence with CAKE.
Chronicles of a Serial Dater is a journey through the good, bad, funny – and steamy – of dating and relationships told through short stories that all end with a tip for the ladies and a tip for the fellas on the lesson(s) learned from each situation. So, buckle up and get ready for the wild ride that is the search for love and lust in the modern dating world. Continue reading Book Review: Chronicles of a Serial Dater
Today is Father’s Day, and like some of you, my father is not here on earth, and I miss him dearly. My life is taking me to a place where I know my Daddy would have been to guide, support, and protect me. My Daddy, George Albert Price, was a well known New Orleanian Businessman, outgoing, fun loving, wonderful man. Many people loved him. He … Continue reading Missing My Daddy, George Price on Father’s Day
Hurricane Katrina survivor Warren Brown and his wife Kenyetta Woodard have survived yet another natural disaster. A confirmed tornado tore through parts of Abilene, Texas early Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Residents had described seeing the tornado around 6 a.m. Saturday. Several homes were destroyed, and many were left without roofs. No fatalities or major injuries reported. “I watched it through the … Continue reading Hurricane Katrina Surivior Warren Brown surivives tornado in closet with wife in Abilene, TX: “I watched the thing eat up my house.”
In New Orleans, we call it ”Pecan Candy,” but you may know of it as “Pralines,” but whatever it’s called it’s one of the best confections I ever ate. If you never bit into a creamy, nutty piece of pecan candy, you have been missing a delicious treat! One of my favorite memories was being in my Big Momo (great grandmother) and Lil Papa (great … Continue reading Pecan Candy (Pralines) Memories and Recipe