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: Rojas Fishing Charters

    Captain CJ Rojas was born and raised in the Barataria/Lafitte area, and have fished and hunted those marshes his entire life. They catch redfish, speckled trout, flounder, black drum, sheepshead, and bass. During your trip you may see wildlife such as pelicans, ducks, bald eagles, blue and white herons, nutria, raccoons, otters and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Maize Consulting

    Meagan Copelin is Founder & CEO of Maize Consulting, LLC. She is an experienced, disciplined and systematic strategic leader who is driven to connect the big picture with the details to achieve business goals through human capital initiatives.  Meagan has demonstrated success in developing, implementing, and delivering programs and practices to meet business objectives… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Many Meals by Jenny

  Donaldsonville native turned Garden District resident Jenny Fallo has grown up making Cajun food. For every event you will find her whipping up one of her many specialties – gumbo, jambalaya, pastalaya, and anything else you can think of. Jenny’s culinary skills were developed over a cast iron skillet and perfecting her recipes over… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Kandy Robertson

    Kandy Robertson is the CEO of her own production company, iKandyland Productions, and Executive Producer of her own reality tv series called Kocktales & Kandy. Kandy is an Actress, and Human Rights Activist who was born and raised in the Washington, DC metro area and is now currently residing in New Orleans, Louisiana.… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Scott Bullock

    Scott Bullock, raised by two wonderful parents that bestowed gifts of art supplies every birthday and Christmas and frequently reminded him he could be whatever he set his mind to, he set it to becoming an artist. After placing in numerous art contests, being accepted into S.C. Governors School of the Arts, and… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Julie McGill

    8th House Astrology was founded by Julie McGill, attorney, astrologer and spiritual entrepreneur. Julie recognized her empathic abilities and connection to the spirit world from a very young age. Born into a Catholic family, she was blessed to be surrounded by people who embraced her uniqueness and divergent thoughts about spirituality. Julie began… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Louisiana Hospitality Foundation

    The seed for starting a new charitable organization had been planted before the storm, but it was the power and impact of Hurricane Katrina that compounded the need for the organization’s formation. The Louisiana Hospitality Foundation (LHF) was founded in 2006 to support the varied needs of members of the largest employment sector… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Ashley Lorraine

    Ashley Lorraine was born in New Orleans and is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana. Having worked professionally for many years in the communications field, she now turns to photography to document moments to remind herself of the importance of being in the present moment. Her photography engages subjects such as architecture,… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: Katy Beh Jewelry

  Classical goldsmith Katy Beh is all about creating gorgeous handmade jewelry that you can’t find anywhere else. She creates contemporary heirloom quality jewelry using technique that are centuries old. Filled with vibrant gemstones and each piece being unique, you won’t find anyone else wearing your purchase. Katy personally designs and creates every piece of… Read more »

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365 New Orleans: By YOU Belles

    You know all those Louisiana themed shirts that only fit a size small? Lafitte resident Tanya Fazende was tired of hearing people say things like “I feel like a 5 lb boudin stuffed into a vienna sausage casing” or “I look like a busted can of biscuits” when they talked of all the… Read more »

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