Month: September 2020


365 New Orleans: Relic Redeux

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.      Kambria Temelkova started designing clutches and accessories for herself nine years ago, using upcycled vintage buttons. The clutches… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: 4 Cats Catering

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.   Before COVID hit our lives, Jessica Mulherin, now the owner of 4 Cats Catering was an event caterer and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Fleur de Lis Nails

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.      Kelly Smith is the proprietor of Fleur de Lis Nails – selling nail polish wraps. (A way to… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Blue Bowls NOLA

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.    Blue Bowls NOLA is a dinner delivery service that started when COVID took a hit on Lizza Dufrene’s other… Read more »

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Multigenerational Living

  The reemerging trend we see with our homebuyers is multigenerational living. Well, we say the newest trend, but this was popular decades ago! Many of our homebuyers are prepping for when mom and dad may have to live with them later in life or even current day!   Why are people living together again? … Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Community Care for NOLA Teachers

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.    School social worker, Sam King, started Community Care for NOLA Teachers as the school year was ramping back up… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: The Binky Box

365 New Orleans is proud to feature local artists, businesses, and non-profits in the city and surrounding metro area. We are currently featuring new businesses and side hustles that have bloomed out of the pandemic.      Katie Paganuzzi started The Binky Box when her daughter was just a baby. They had a really hard… Read more »

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