Our City, My Home: Chrissy C.

  California native turned New Orleanian, Chrissy, was hunting for a house with lots of outdoor space. She was beyond thrilled to find her place in the city that’s off the road less traveled. Read on to see what she loves about her space and the city!   What neighborhood do you live in?  Holy… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Apr 18th- Apr 24th

      Monday, April 18th What: The Bachelor Live on Stage Where: The Saenger Theatre, 1111 Canal Time: 8:00pm Info/Lagniappe: The Bachelor Live On Stage Official Tour is the ultimate Bachelor Nation fan party in the form of a wildly flirtatious and interactive evening hosted by Becca Kufrin. Featuring Ivan Hall from Season 16… Read more »

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The Color Story: Coral

    What color is CORAL anyway? Is it pink or is it red or is it orange? Coral is a mix of red and orange, lightened with white. Typical coral hues contain more orange than pink. It’s a pink-orange or an orange-pink!   A little history… the first recorded use of coral as a color name… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Apr 11th- Apr 17th

      Monday, April 11th What: Lucky Bean Poetry Night  Where: Blue Cypress Books, 8123 Oak St Time: 6:30pm Info/Lagniappe: This month’s featured reader is Brad Richard. He has taught creative writing at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and Lusher Charter School, and is a faculty member of the Kenyon Review… Read more »

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Our City, My Home: Laura C.

  Some would say that maximalism is the new minimalism! If this is true, then New Orleans resident Laura is on-trend! Her home is filled with perfectly picked wallpapers, jewelry that has become art, and some curious pieces too. No matter what, her home is filled with love and creativity every day of the week.… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Apr 4th- Apr 10th

      Monday, April 4th What: Live Trivia at St. Roch Market  Where: St. Roch Market, 2381 St Claude Time: 6:00-8:00pm Event Link     Tuesday, April 5th What: Anastasia  Where: Saenger Theatre, 1111 Canal  Time: 7:30pm Event Link     Wednesday, April 6th What: Wednesday at the square:  Lost Bayou Ramblers + Daria… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Mar 28th – Apr 3rd

      Monday, March 28th What: Build Workshop: Cutting Board Where: The Workshop NOLA, 1201 Mazant St  Time: 6:00-9:00pm Info/Lagniappe: $80. In this workshop, participants will choose from a selection of pre-glued boards and learn the safety and use of the drill press, router table, bandsaw, and sanders to get their boards shaped and… Read more »

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Places to be Quiet in New Orleans

  New Orleans can be loud. We are loud people, there is music always blasting from somewhere, and sounds of trains and cars are everywhere. In a world full of noise, here are some places to be quiet in New Orleans.       Our list includes: The Singing Oak in City Park – the… Read more »

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Things to do in NOLA Mar 21st – Mar 27th

    Monday, March 21st What: Jimmy Eat World & Dashboard Confessional  Where: Orpheum Theatre, 129 Roosevelt Way Time: 7:00pm Event Link     Tuesday, March 22nd What: Bounce Ya Brass Where: Crescent Park, 2300 N Peters   Time: 5:45pm Info/Lagniappe: Make Your Move Foundation proudly presents BOUNCE YA BRASS at Crescent Park! Come get a… Read more »

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The Color Story: Yellow

  A little history: Did you know yellow is one of the oldest colors in history? It can be seen in cave paintings over 17,000 years old. In ancient religions, yellow was a sacred color. What about yellow? If I were to ask you what color you associate with sunshine, I’d bet you would respond with this… Read more »

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