Month: May 2019


365 New Orleans: Mardi Gras Snowballs NOLA

    Mardi Gras Snowballs NOLA is owned and operated by Mario Bogran. Growing up in New Orleans, snowballs were the biggest treat for him. But the one thing he hated about them was waiting in line.  After spending time in Minnesota and seeing people eat ice cream in the dead of winter, he wondered why there… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: The Dirty Rain Revelers

    Roots-Rock Americana band, The Dirty Rain Revelers, based in New Orleans, features husband/wife team of Melissa & Matthew DeOrazio on guitars and vocals. The couple met on a gig in Austin in October 2005, a post-Katrina love story set to music. Melissa has family roots in TX and grew up in Austin; Matthew was… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Max Seckel

    New Orleans artist Max Seckel is a painter that pays attention to every small detail in his work. While some may think items in the painting are arbitrary, Max has meaning behind it all. Take a look below for more info about this captivating artist!     1. Tell me more!  I am… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Betsy Youngquist

    Duality, mischief, transfiguration, enchantment, and amusement are the narrative themes she masterfully toys within capturing the fragments of her experience. Inspired greatly by the unknown, the surreal, the mythical, and folklore: Betsy Youngquist’s creations are a must-see when you are in New Orleans. We invite you to explore the portal into their surreal worlds. Through… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: The Welcoming Project

    The mission at the Welcoming Project is to provide each of their fellows (system-involved youth) with the tools and support they need to pursue their passion, develop their social, academic, and employment skills, build a rewarding life, and contribute positively to the New Orleans community.     1. What products and services do… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Diana Boulware

    Diana O’Donnell Boulware was born in Chicago, raised in Metairie, and now calls Mandeville home. After a 30 year career in social work, she retired and started quilting and machine embroidering. Finding joy and relaxation from this hobby, Diana turned this into a second career.     1. What products and services do… Read more »

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