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: Our Mammy’s

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Our Mammy’s creator Gaynell Brady started this venture after researching her family genealogy. With the feeling that what the women sacrificed and did, Gaynell… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Michele Miller

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Michele Miller graduated from Loyola New Orleans in 1997 with a BA in Visual Arts. She’s done everything from bar tending, cooking in Port Eads, Louisiana… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: C. Patrick Gendusa

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    C. Patrick Gendusa has worked professionally as a performer, director, and instructor in New York, Texas, New Mexico, Virginia, and Louisiana. He received a… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Maison de Cheveux

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Established in 2012, Nicolle Turner, the co-founder of Maison de Cheveux brings over 20 years of experience to the heart of the New Orleans business… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: D. Lammie-Hanson

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    D. Lammie-Hanson is an autodidactic African American artist who is known for her contemporary expressionistic portraits. Her emphasis is primarily on the psyche of… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Nadine Blake

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Nadine Blake is located at 1036 Royal St. in the French Quarter.  This design-inspired shop specializes in gifts and home goods, with a well-traveled,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Crescent City Massage

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Crescent City Massage is a cozy massage therapy studio nestled in a quaint and calm Uptown, New Orleans residential area. The studio was created… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Michelle Bryant

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Licensed Esthetician Michelle Bryant earned her BA from LSU and has been a passionate skin care therapist for almost two decades. She is a result-driven therapist… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: CopperFancy

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Born and raised in New Orleans, Amy Cespedes is full of New Orleans pride.Loving all things about the Crescent City, she wanted to adorn… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Mardi Gras Snowballs NOLA

  365 New Orleans is focused on local artists and businesses. Every single day, for one year, a new person or place will be highlighted. Follow along on Instagram: @365NewOrleans    Mardi Gras Snowballs NOLA is owned and operated by Mario Bogran. Growing up in New Orleans, snowballs were the biggest treat for him. But the one… Read more »

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