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: Michele Miller

    Michele Miller graduated from Loyola New Orleans in 1997 with a BA in Visual Arts. She’s done everything from bartending, cooking in Port Eads, Louisiana for the New Orleans Big Game Fishing Club, working for one of the Mardi Gras studios, house cleaning and more! About six years ago, she was looking to do something… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: C. Patrick Gendusa

    C. Patrick Gendusa has worked professionally as a performer, director, and instructor in New York, Texas, New Mexico, Virginia, and Louisiana. He received a BA in Theatre Arts from St. Edwards University and his MFA in Acting and Directing from Texas Tech University. Currently, he is Chair & Artistic Director of the of… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Maison de Cheveux

    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 district.  With an eye for delivering affordable luxury and a passion for making the entrepreneurial dream come true, Nicolle, a color specialist, has hand-picked a creative team of stylists… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: D. Lammie-Hanson

    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 the silenced individual. Her most recent silverpoint series “Dared To Be…” celebrates people of color who dared to be “bold”.  Born in Harlem and cultivated in Brooklyn, New York,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Nadine Blake

    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, bohemian vibe.  A quaint shop that is included in GOOP’s New Orleans Guide, as well as Sofia Coppola’s Guide to New Orleans.   A little about the owner: Nadine… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Crescent City Massage

    Crescent City Massage is a cozy massage therapy studio nestled in a quaint and calm Uptown, New Orleans residential area. The studio was created by Licensed Massage Therapist, Brittany Purdy in 2015 as a way for her to share her knowledge of anatomy and self care practices with the New Orleans community. Brittany… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Michelle Bryant

    Licensed Esthetician Michelle Bryant earned her BA from LSU and has been a passionate skincare therapist for almost two decades. She is a results-driven therapist who focuses on skin health. Michelle stays up to date with the latest science, techniques, and skincare advances. She is certified in facials (relaxing and corrective), chemical peels, microdermabrasion, M’lis… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: CopperFancy

    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 a Christmas tree with ornaments that represented the city. Amy found herself wandering around downtown and seeing the same ones at every shop. They all had saxophones, or just… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Mardi Gras Snowballs NOLA

    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 thing he hated about them was waiting in line.  After spending time in Minnesota and seeing people eat ice cream in the dead of winter, he wondered why there… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: The Dirty Rain Revelers

    Roots-Rock Americana band, The Dirty Rain Revelers, based in New Orleans, features husband/wife team of Melissa & Matthew DeOrazio on guitars and vocals. The couple met on a gig in Austin in October 2005, a post-Katrina love story set to music. Melissa has family roots in TX and grew up in Austin; Matthew was… Read more »

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