The past eight days seeking assistance for my special needs relative have been trying. I found myself questioning if I … Continue reading Forgotten and Powerless in New Orleans| Hurricane Ida
Founded in 1939, Lincoln Beach opened to the black public in 1941; the beach was one of the few places where black residents could find relief from the New Orleans summer heat.
Since the closure of Lincoln beach in 1963, there’s hope that Lincoln Beach will once again be a place for future generations to create memories, thanks to a group of cultural bearers who founded New Orleans for Lincoln Beach Foundation.
Please Bring Your Orleans Parish Picture ID And a Mask!! The Big TREEsy Giveaway of 300 Trees District C Saturday, … Continue reading NOLA Tree Project hosts The Big TREEsy Giveaways for Orleans Parish Residents ONLY!
Melba’s restaurant is a neighborhood spot known for dishing out New Orleans favorites such as overstuffed shrimp Po-Boys, Red Beans … 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 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
Unlike many cities that experience small pockets of change in different neighborhoods, New Orleans has undergone a massive wave of … Continue reading A Requiem for the Most Changed Neighborhoods: Gentrification in NOLA | Where Y’at
“Built by the Community” “The best music, food, art. And bring the kids!” Free admission. Gentilly Fest celebrates all things … Continue reading The Gentilly Fest showcases the best of New Orleans Urban Community
Press Release Slangmagic Extravaganza to celebrate accomplishments of the Slangmagic team and its youth ambassadors. NEW ORLEANS (PRWEB) JULY 20, … Continue reading NBA Player Lance Thomas to Host First Slangmagic Fishing Extravaganza in New Orleans
FION Productions of New Orleans and the Black New Channel (BNC), the nation’s only African American news network, will host … Continue reading Fion Productions presents the Official VIP New Orleans Launch Celebration for the Black News Channel with J.C. Watts Jr and Women Empowerment Tribute to former Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club Queens
Hi Everyone, After drinking almost two gallons of lemonade on National Lemonade Day and seeing the proud young faces, I … Continue reading New Orleans Children’s Business Fair