365 New Orleans

365 New Orleans is a project focused on promoting small business owners, artists, and non-profits in New Orleans and the metro area. Take a moment to learn about a new painter, headdress maker, restaurant, or do-gooder in New Orleans!


365 New Orleans: Gris Gris Gal

    Gris Gris Gal, Emily Fredric, is a native New Orleanian who design and custom makes costumes and clothing. From Disney type ball-gowns to custom corset to alternating your intricate wedding dress – Emily has the experience to complete the job. Her work is intricate, detail-oriented, and highly imaginative. Emily knows the importance, and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Christina Rusca

  Spending her whole life working and living on the Northshore of Lake Pontchartrain, Christina Rusca truly is your local mortgage lender. Christina began her career in the mortgage business after helping her parents buy their first home. Since then, she has worked in a variety of mortgage capacities, spending many years as a loan originator, loan officer and vice president… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Deaf Child

  Alexis Larinda Carney (Lexie), owner of Deaf Child, is a hard of hearing musician, marketer, and manager. As an independent songwriter with no private funding or guide, she initially lacked direction, struggling from financial stress. The first person in her family to graduate college, she put together a team to promote sustainable art. Deaf Child’s mission: make music,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Corey Mack

  Local comedian, and Warren Easton graduate, Corey Mack is a jack of many trades. You can find him on a Bourbon Street stage in between band breaks. He might be leading sing-a-longs or beatboxing over “Sweet Caroline.” You may also find Corey hosting a burlesque or comedy show as well! If you like karaoke,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Sensible Meals

  Sensible Meals CEO Ingrid Rinck, a personal trainer with over two decades of expertise in the health and fitness industry, is known as the go to person for women’s weightloss at her two packed fitness facilities on the Northshore. In 2014, Ingrid launched a healthy meal service called Sensible Meals. Within two years, Ingrid would… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Jefferson Title

  Jefferson Title was founded in 1971 by Jared Wilkes a Notary and businessman who had a vision. He was one of the individuals who originally petitioned the state legislature to privatize some of the functions carried out by the DMV. It was partly through his pioneering efforts that we now enjoy the convenient services of Public Tag Agents, such… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Geaux Journey

    Chantrice Banks founded Geaux Journey, a travel agency and club, because she loved going to new places. People kept asking her to help book their trips – so she did! Chantrice’s paster had her book a trip to Washington D.C. for 25 people – flight, hotels, everything. It was in that moment she… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Comeback Coolers

      Heather Eason & Bob Conley are the founders of the non-profit Comeback Coolers. While Heather is in Ocean Springs, MS, you can find Bob right on the Westbank of New Orleans. Comeback Coolers provide relief after natural disasters by providing aid and support when people are in desperate need. Heather, Bob, and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Carson Rapose

      Long time friend, Carson Rapose is a comedian, raconteur, host, and emcee. I will never be able to capture his essence the way he can – so check out his interview below!      1. Tell me about you!   I am first and foremost a funny fella, a patron of my striptease… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Barney’s Farm Sanctuary

    Barney’s Farm Sanctuary was founded by Allison and Shaun in 2016. BFS began in Florida and recently relocated to Franklinton, LA. This 30 acre sanctuary provides a temporary or permanent home to almost 50 animals! They take in abused, neglected, unwanted animals. Some are unadoptable due to behavior or health problems. Many of our… Read more »

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