Month: January 2023


Should I stage my home when selling?

  Have you ever walked into a beautifully staged home? You know, the kind where everything looks perfect, and they clearly living a life built on Pinterest? If you have, then you understand why staging your home when selling is so important. Staging a home can make it look more attractive to potential buyers and… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Jan 23rd – Jan 29th

      Monday, January 23rd What: The Worst Things Ever: Tragic Pageant  Where: Siberia, 2227 St. Claude  Time: 9:00pm Info/Lagniappe: $10 Comedy, Drag, Bizarre Bazaar, and Food! Event Link         Tuesday, January 24th What: Yoga at Popps Bandstand Where: Popp’s Bandstand City Park New Orleans, 56 Dreyfous Dr Time: 5:45pm Info/Lagniappe:… Read more »

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Home Sellers: How to evaluate offers

  Selling your home can be a stressful process. That’s why it’s important to understand how to pick an offer. Picking the right offer isn’t just about getting the most money; other factors should also be considered. Here’s a guide to help you make your decision.   #1: Do Your Research Before you start considering… Read more »

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2023 Mardi Gras Markets

  As you’re gearing up to parade this Mardi Gras season, you most likely are searching for some last-minute costume items! Hit up one of our unique Mardi Gras markets for all your costuming needs!     Mardi Gras Mini Market, Saturday, January 21st   Common Clubs Mardi Gras Market, Sunday, January 22nd   Mardi… Read more »

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New Orleans Walking Parades | Mardi Gras 2023

  Some of us just want to wear our marching boots and hit the streets with a walking parade. Here’s a list of the ones you can look forward to this Mardi Gras season!   Krewe of Chewbacchus – Saturday, January 28th, Marigny 7:00 pm   Krewe Bohème – Friday, February 3rd, French Quarter 7:00… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Jan 16th – Jan 22nd

        Monday, January 16th  What: Ogden Museum 6th Annual MLK Day Celebration Where: Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp Time: 10:00am-5:00pm Info/Lagniappe: The day is a Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy with a focus on peace and healing. Enjoy FREE admission to the Museum, community partner… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Jan 9th – Jan 15th

        Monday, January 9th What: Tai Chi in the Sculpture Garden Where: New Orleans Museum of Art, 1 Collins Diboll Circle Time: 6:00-7:00pm Info/Lagniappe: NOMA, in partnership with the East Jefferson General Hospital Wellness Center, presents tai chi classes in the Besthoff Sculpture Garden on Monday evenings. Classes are $5 Event Link… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Jan 2nd – Jan 8th

        Monday, January 2nd What: Historic Neighborhood Tours: Bywater Where: Departure Point- Hotel Peter and Paul 1430 N. Dorgenois Street Time: 10:00am Info/Lagniappe: $25 GA $20 FOC Members. Tours are limited to 15 guests and must be purchased in advance. Event Link         Tuesday, January 3rd What: Yoga with… Read more »

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