Month: April 2019


To All the Agents I’ve Loved Before

  I’ve been a New Orleans real estate agent for almost 7 years now. However, I’ve worked in the industry a lot longer. I’ve been in an administrative role for a large brokerage and was an assistant to some top agents in New Orleans before going out on my own.   Since I have worked… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Katy Beh Jewelry

  Classical goldsmith Katy Beh is all about creating gorgeous handmade jewelry that you can’t find anywhere else. She creates contemporary heirloom quality jewelry using technique that are centuries old. Filled with vibrant gemstones and each piece being unique, you won’t find anyone else wearing your purchase. Katy personally designs and creates every piece of… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: By YOU Belles

    You know all those Louisiana themed shirts that only fit a size small? Lafitte resident Tanya Fazende was tired of hearing people say things like “I feel like a 5 lb boudin stuffed into a vienna sausage casing” or “I look like a busted can of biscuits” when they talked of all the… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Gris Gris Gal

    Gris Gris Gal, Emily Fredric, is a native New Orleanian who design and custom makes costumes and clothing. From Disney type ball-gowns to custom corset to alternating your intricate wedding dress – Emily has the experience to complete the job. Her work is intricate, detail-oriented, and highly imaginative. Emily knows the importance, and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Christina Rusca

  Spending her whole life working and living on the Northshore of Lake Pontchartrain, Christina Rusca truly is your local mortgage lender. Christina began her career in the mortgage business after helping her parents buy their first home. Since then, she has worked in a variety of mortgage capacities, spending many years as a loan originator, loan officer and vice president… Read more »

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How to Recycle in New Orleans

  New Orleans should kind of be ashamed of themselves with how much waste we make. We measure the success of Mardi Gras by how much trash we produce – which, TBH, is sad. What we need to do is look at are more sustainable ways to do business. Many local bars and restaurants have… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Deaf Child

  Alexis Larinda Carney (Lexie), owner of Deaf Child, is a hard of hearing musician, marketer, and manager. As an independent songwriter with no private funding or guide, she initially lacked direction, struggling from financial stress. The first person in her family to graduate college, she put together a team to promote sustainable art. Deaf Child’s mission: make music,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Corey Mack

  Local comedian, and Warren Easton graduate, Corey Mack is a jack of many trades. You can find him on a Bourbon Street stage in between band breaks. He might be leading sing-a-longs or beatboxing over “Sweet Caroline.” You may also find Corey hosting a burlesque or comedy show as well! If you like karaoke,… Read more »

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