Melba’s restaurant partnered with Manard Law to fight child hunger in New Orleans. No child will be turned away

Melba’s restaurant is a neighborhood spot known for dishing out New Orleans favorites such as overstuffed shrimp Po-Boys, Red Beans & Rice, Gumbo, Breakfast and much more is doing their the best to stay on top of the game where the coronavirus is concerned. In addition to ensuring that everyone that enters his establishment has measures in place to avoid the spreading of the COVID-19, … Continue reading Melba’s restaurant partnered with Manard Law to fight child hunger in New Orleans. No child will be turned away

Café Rose Nicaud contributed to the community, character, charm, and culture of Frenchmen Street in New Orleans has closed

Café Rose Nicaud has closed its doors on December 16, 2019, after decades of contributing to the character, charm, and culture on Frenchmen Street, as well as being a vessel to bring the community together.

Cafe Rose Nicaud was dedicated to the memory of Rose Nicaud and her pioneering success as a leading entrepreneur whose resourceful spirit and extraordinary efforts continue to inspire us today. Continue reading Café Rose Nicaud contributed to the community, character, charm, and culture of Frenchmen Street in New Orleans has closed

Crack Rock Cocaine, Street Capitalism, and the Decade of Greed By David Farber

Crack is an essential read for anyone hoping to understand why. This lively, well- researched history of America’s crack cocaine years introduces readers to entrepreneurial dealers, desperate users, and draconian drug policies. Along the way, it illuminates the era’s racism, political excesses, and media exaggerations, as well as the lasting damage crack and crack dealers wrought in countless neighborhoods of color. Continue reading Crack Rock Cocaine, Street Capitalism, and the Decade of Greed By David Farber

A Requiem for the Most Changed Neighborhoods: Gentrification in NOLA | Where Y’at

Unlike many cities that experience small pockets of change in different neighborhoods, New Orleans has undergone a massive wave of gentrification-seemingly overnight. After Hurricane Katrina, many — Read on http://www.whereyat.com/a-requiem-for-the-most-changed-neighborhoods-gentrification-in-nola Continue reading A Requiem for the Most Changed Neighborhoods: Gentrification in NOLA | Where Y’at

SHOP G.H.I. Pop Up Shop “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” fea NOLA KidPreneurs

SHOP G.H.I. Pop Up Shop “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” fea NOLA KidPreneurs SHOP G.H.I. Pop Up Shop “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” fea NOLA KidPreneurs — Read on nolakidpreneurs.wordpress.com/2019/11/23/shop-g-h-i-pop-up-shop-age-aint-nothing-but-a-number-fea-nola-kidpreneurs/ Continue reading SHOP G.H.I. Pop Up Shop “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” fea NOLA KidPreneurs

NORD Commission Halloween Activities

Movies in the park is back with the classic Halloween film Hocus Pocus Come out to Rosa F. Keller Library, Oct. 25. Movies start at dusk between 6:15-6:30 PM. Pre show fun begins one hour before movie start time with field games and activiities. #NORD #cityofFUN Teen Halloween DanceGet Ghoulish at the 2019 Teen Halloween Dance Bring your friends to celebrate All Hallows Eve with … Continue reading NORD Commission Halloween Activities

Port Orleans Brewing Co. and Louisiana Winn-Dixie Stores “Lend a Helping Can” to Fight Cancer

Winn-Dixie and Port Orleans are teaming up this October to raise money for Ochsner Cancer Institute, and we invite you to join us for a series of Happy Hour events to bring more awareness to this amazing cause, and more “HAPPYness” to this special community!
· Special Port Orleans Beer Tastings
· Delicious Tailgate Food Samples
· Mystery Gift Card Giveaways
· Special Guests, Entertainment and MORE… Continue reading Port Orleans Brewing Co. and Louisiana Winn-Dixie Stores “Lend a Helping Can” to Fight Cancer

The Gentilly Fest showcases the best of New Orleans Urban Community

“Built by the Community” “The best music, food, art. And bring the kids!” Free admission. Gentilly Fest celebrates all things New Orleans! FREE ADMISSION FESTIVAL HOURSFriday, October 11th : 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.Saturday, October 12th : 12:00 noon – 10:00 p.mSunday, October 13th : 12:00 noon – 7:00pm. LOCATIONGentilly Festival is located at Pontchartrain Park Playground 5701 Press Dr. New Orleans, LA | @ … Continue reading The Gentilly Fest showcases the best of New Orleans Urban Community

L.O.C.A.L.S’ Fest Nola

SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 – 11 AM – 6 PM ARMSTRONG PARK: 835 N. Rampart St. New Orleans, LA PRICE FREE – donations encouraged ABOUT L.O.C.A.L.S. FEST Celebrate the city’s up-and-coming artists, chefs, musicians and more at the inaugural LOCALS Fest, Saturday, Sept. 28 at Armstrong Park. This fest is free and open to the public.  LOCALS, which stands for, Loving Our Community As Louisiana, is … Continue reading L.O.C.A.L.S’ Fest Nola

Nola Chic in Chicago: Wonderful Weekends with Google

I found this family fun event on Twitter and I will be there and I’m extending the invite to you! Lol. It’s actually FREE! Yessss, F.R.E.E, everything including food and fun. I’m not sure what’s on the menu, but from the looks of the local partners, it’s bound to be a nice treat. Who knows maybe I’ll luck up and finally get something really good! … Continue reading Nola Chic in Chicago: Wonderful Weekends with Google