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
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
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
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
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
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….
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.
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
"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
By Todd A. Price firstname.lastname@example.org, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Anthony Bourdain, the celebrity traveler and bon vivant, came to Cajun country last February to film an episode of his CNN series "Parts Unknown." Where did the former chef eat? Popeyes. Three times. Bourdain, however, didn't head to your average Popeyes, reports People magazine. He went to … Continue reading Anthony Bourdain hits up Lafayette Popeyes — 3 times in a row: report
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Restaurant and hotel employees in New Orleans are pushing for a free health clinic for workers in their industry. The workers are demanding that the city dedicate resources to create the full-service clinic for their industry, WDSU-TV reported . There are more than 88,000 people who work in the city’s restaurants, … Continue reading New Orleans service workers push for free health clinic
Hello my NOLA Family, I'm pleased to share with you "Geek Out NOLA" who happenes to be a friend and fellow blogger. We are in collaboration with all things for the betterment of all and I will use my platform to share her Geek Out NOLA events that she feels are worth attending. You will … Continue reading It’s May aka ‘May the 4th be With You’Month #GeekiestMonthoftheYea