Essence Festival hosted several events to celebrate all things Blackness and Womanhood in New Orleans, and Essence Festival 2019, as … Continue reading Essence Festival 2019 Memories: NYDJ Family Festival at the Jane Club New Orleans Review
The NOLA Christmas Fest is guaranteed to get you in the Holiday Spirit and bring the kid out in us all!
It makes for the perfect date. Full of Holiday Festivities for the entire family! And a fabulous fun Girl’s Only event.
I took my girls and we had a fantastic time!! Continue reading NOLA ChristmasFest with my NOLA Girls
On this day in 1994 I was admitted into Labor & Delivery to be induced labor due to loss of … Continue reading Happy Birthday to my One and Only Son & Happy Birthing Anniversary to Me!!
“ALL SAINTS DAY,” The New Orleans Tribune, America’s first Black daily, 154 years ago. “The ancients, who seem to have … Continue reading ALL SAINTS DAY,” The New Orleans Tribune November 1, 1865
Join Daughters Beyond Incarceration on Friday, October 4th from 6-9pm at NORD St Bernard Center for a free event discussing … Continue reading Daughters Beyond Incarceration: Children of Incarcerated Parents Policy Announcement & Photo Exhibition
“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
Have you ever walked down the street and see lovers showing out like this? Some were taught to shun public … Continue reading Watch: New Orleans Second Line Weddings
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. Continue reading Local Entreprenuer,Danita Tate, CEO of Chiquita Miracle Works honors her murdered sister’s birthday
James Pholmann Crawfish Cookoff is Nola Chic approved and must attend Nola event! Let me add everyone was awesome, very friendly, fun and engaging! I hardly had to ask the guest to be in my video they jumped in and giving me great content to share with yall! I can’t wait until next year! I hope to see you all there too! ⚜️ Continue reading Family Fun at the Sheriff James Pohlmann Crawfish Cookoff
The people of New Orleans, the ones low on the totem pole do it for the culture and to keep their family traditions and priceless legacies alive. But in more ways, than we know it, the people of New Orleans remains the city with a heartbeat. New Orleanians love to see the expressions on the tourist’s faces when they eat our food. It rejoices our hearts to see you partying on our streets and brings pleasure to our ears to hear you say that this is the best trip of your life. This is all true for the Black Masking Indians their pay is hearing our wows and seeing the flashing of the cameras as if the lens is giving them winks of approval. They love to show off their talent by way of creating these elaborate suits. Then they serenade us with their chants and put on a war dance worthy of Broadway!!! Continue reading New Orleans Black Masking Indians- St.Joseph’s Night with the Flaming Aarows Gang