Canorous Central City

  Central City – a New Orleans neighborhood that is often misunderstood. Some people turn their noses up to it knowing nothing more about, or even where it truly lies. Those folks who call it home would tell you how they know all their neighbors, how they have lived there for generations, how it’s seen… Read more »

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Spring Expectations

Spring is coming to New Orleans! The next couple of months are going to be glorious, before the heat that June brings in. For the folks newer to the city, they may not know what to expect in NOLA springtime. It’s our job as the locals to educate the noobs.   1. There are multiple festivals… Read more »

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Laid Back Lake Vista

The New Orleans neighborhood, Lake Vista, is shaped like a wagon wheel. They have immense green spaces that divide the neighborhood up. There is not a lot of traffic rolling through their area, which is good for the kids wanting to play hockey in the street. Lake Vista doesn’t have very many businesses – it’s… Read more »

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Unique Workouts in NOLA

There are days that even thinking about going to the gym makes me cringe. Ugh. I DO NOT want to get on another treadmill. Spin, barre, crossfit… you can find those on every corner. Gimme something that excites me and makes me want to go workout! These are the best two spots in New Orleans… Read more »

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Vibrantly Venetian Isles

The New Orleans neighborhood, Venetian Isles, gives a vibe that you’re a world away from living in an urban city. It’s 25 miles from downtown and every home overlooks the water – with most having boat docks and bulkheads too. Their homes are found on larger lots, almost all raised, and each one looks different… Read more »

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Why We Should Give A F*CK

There was a recent article about how Louisiana is the worst state to live in. Now, I didn’t read it, because I live here and I don’t need to. I can rattle off a myriad of reasons that we might be the worst. On the other hand, I can spout off a million things to… Read more »

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Naturally Navarre

Most people don’t even know that the New Orleans neighborhood, Navarre is even called that. They assume it’s a part of Lakeview or Mid-City right off the bat. It’s quiet, unassuming, and tucked away. While Navarre is mostly residential, there are some fabulous local businesses waiting for you to find them!   Cafe Navarre  … Read more »

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Fizzless Fun Dates

Dating in New Orleans should be a sport of it’s own. First date ideas tend to end up at the local watering hole. Even if you’ve been with someone for quite some time, finding date night plans that don’t involve going to a bar can be particularly daunting.  While all things involving Audubon are a great… Read more »

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Gorgeously Garden District

The Garden District is home to some of the most elaborate houses in all of New Orleans. Daily, you can find groups of tourists roaming the streets and snapping pictures of houses they will never find back home. If you’re looking for an area that is easily walkable, then the Garden District fits the bill.… Read more »

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Casually Carrollton

Carrollton, aka Riverbend, is one of those super chill New Orleans neighborhoods. People from the area, tend to stay in that area. Between Palmer Park, the new French school opening up, and its beautiful old oak trees, they make the Carrollton neighborhood a desirable place to live. Just be careful, as in much of New… Read more »

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