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I am the BRAND AMBASSADOR for “NOLA Comedy for the Cure” presented by FION Productions LLC and Black News Channel
Press Release Slangmagic Extravaganza to celebrate accomplishments of the Slangmagic team and its youth ambassadors. NEW ORLEANS (PRWEB) JULY 20,
To counter this tug towards out of town franchises and chains, the Facebook page and group “Where Black NOLA Eats”
In October of last year, it was coming up to my late sister Chiquita Tate’s birthday. I asked God to give me something different to do in her honor, and he told me to sale the cleaning supplies I had recently created. I then sought confirmation three times, and each time I got the same response On her birthday, October 15th, I launched Chiquita’s Miracle Works. And the supplies do perform miracles.
Hairstylist & Owner of Silk Me Kids Salon & Spa and Hair Glam Squad Salon Experience, Megan entities are involved with service and putting families first.
Hi Everyone, After drinking almost two gallons of lemonade on National Lemonade Day and seeing the proud young faces, I
Maybe you were dancing along the streets during a Second Line and noticed a group of men riding their horses up and down the neutral ground ( the “median-” You know, that little strip of land in the middle of a road.) and thought what horses have to do with the Second Line. Tourist aren’t the only ones with these questions. There are plenty of New Orleanians who do not know the full story of how these young men can saddle up and ride through our neighborhoods as if they were in the Wild Wild West.
The 11th annual New Orleans Entrepreneur Week attracted about 3,500 attendees throughout the weeklong programming March 24-29 and awarded $300,000
I sadly report that the mega-million dollars Sephora has a partner with Moschino to create a makeup line that New Orleans own Raynell Steward created and launched in 2017 entitled “The Crayon Case.” After years of working as a waitress and housekeeper in the New Orleans tourism industry. She leaped a faith and created her own New Orleans inspired makeup line featuring a wide variety of colorful hues of all things makeup that will have your face beat to the gawds. The names alone will have your mouth craving for the taste of New Orleans, the line at Sephora cannot compete with Supa’s The Crayon Case.