WDSU Digital Team NEW ORLEANS —Tessica Brown was headed for a night out last month when she ran out of
Mardi Gras 2021 is canceled, well something very very close to canceled anyway and it’s for our safety, COVID-19… But, Life and love go on, and as y’all know, we live by “Laissez les bons temps rouler” here in New Orleans. Now, let me get my Mardi Gras started so I create more memories, but the new ones will be full of love, fun, excitement, and a few daiquiris! Make sure to grab one before 11pm!
“I think it’s about economic empowerment. It’s what we learned from this whole thing is why are we not owning these grocery stores in our community, people that look like us? How come we don’t own any stores? And I think this is an opportunity to put some diversity in the grocery store. I just think that it’s time for us to change that narrative to add some balance and some diversity in this game. That way, we could feed more families in our communities, we could give more jobs and opportunities. And I think that we can all bridge that gap,” Miller said.
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – St. Roch Market is delighted to announce its newest vendor, Coalesce Goods. This local dining
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On Monday, December 16, 2019, family, friends, and customers of Café Rose Nicaud came together to celebrate The Ferinand’s retirement
As we enter the first day of February honoring Black History in the shortest month out of the year. As
Three iconic Louisiana brands, Cajun Country Rice, Camellia Brand and Savoie’s® Foods have teamed up and are on a mission. Come Monday, they want to shine a light on tradition — they want red beans, sausage and rice to be on every table in the state.
INTERNATIONAL SHRINE OF MARIE LAVEAU is located the New Orleans Healing Center. A living, growing shrine. The statue of Marie