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New Orleans’ Essential Female Musicians & Singers

Music —  jazz, gospel, folk, and bluegrass — makes up the lifeblood of New Orleans’ most distinct and significant cultural traditions. The music provides a soulful perspective into the plight and passions of New Orleans’ historical communities. Women, especially, have embodied the creative tapestry which has contributed to the Dixieland Jazz, folk, Delta blues, funk [...]

March 21st, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Reasons why NOLA is the World’s #1 Travel Destination in 2018

New Orleans has always had a certain gravitational pull, an infectious vibe that enters your bloodstream and lures you back year after year. Most people don’t need a special reason to visit, especially since it seems like regardless of when you arrive, the city will be celebrating something, and we all know that nobody throws [...]

February 15th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

PR: Construction Begins on Parkway Apartments

New Orleans, LA, February 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Developers Denzel Clark, C. Mohan Kailas and Todd Trosclair Develop Mid-City Complex You can also see this news on: Canal Street Beat NOLA.com NOLA Curbed REBusiness Online NewOrleansCityBusiness.com Developers Denzel Clark of Citadel Builders, C. Mohan Kailas of Kailas Companies, and Todd Trosclair of All Star Electric, Inc. [...]

February 2nd, 2018|Blog, Events|0 Comments

A New Cider Taproom Opens in NOLA

As it turns out, Jon Moore’s thirst for knowledge led to a thirst of a different kind. While studying toward his doctorate from Tulane University in history of the British Empire, he traveled with Diana Powell to Europe, Australia, and New Zealand to do research. Along the way the couple developed an appreciation for hard [...]

January 12th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

The Best New Restaurants in New Orleans

As one of the prominent food capitals in the world, New Orleans boasts a decadent, flavorful array of foods that span from traditional Creole fare to modern American fusions. Home to famous celebrity chefs like Emeril Lagasse and 2014 James Beard Award Winner, Sue Zemanick. The city itself is a showcase for centuries old recipes [...]

January 12th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Celebrating The Tricentennial of New Orleans

Starting in 2018, New Orleans will celebrate its Tricentennial anniversary. The two year celebration is an exceptional way to rediscover NOLA’s history and culture including its past successes and the resilience of the local community. The Big Easy has come a long way in the past 300 years. As a city that stands as a [...]

December 6th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Architecture Spotlight: The Pontalba Buildings of New Orleans

Pontalba buildings are evocative of the decadent and elegant architecture that define New Orleans. Forming two sides of NOLA’s famous Jackson Square in the French Quarter, the matching red-brick expand one city block with four stories. Dating to the late 1840s, they were built by Baroness Micaela Almonester Pontalba. Today, the ground floors of the [...]

November 14th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The 28th Annual New Orleans Film Festival

The 28th Annual New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) —  held from October 11-19, 2017 — celebrated another a vibrant year of talent with stunning features and documentary films. In Louisiana, the festival is the longest-running of its kind and prides itself as the largest film festival in the South. Over almost three decades, the film [...]

November 9th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

New Orleans Master Plan: 4 Proposed Amendments to Urban Planning

New Orleans has undergone a period of revitalization following the destruction of Hurricane Katrina. After the devastation caused by the storm, New Orleans population fell by over 254,000 people, over half of the city’s population. In 2010, a Master Plan was adopted to help revitalize residential neighborhoods and business districts show develop through 2030. The [...]

October 16th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on New Orleans

Hurricanes Harvey was one of the most devastating natural disasters to impact the United States in recent years. Although the storm was anticipated to cause rampant destruction in New Orleans, the city survived largely unscathed from severe damage. Generally, each new storm creates a maelstrom of emotion, high amounts of displacement, and property damage that [...]

October 10th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

4 Traditional Creole Recipes and Where to Eat Them in New Orleans

Creole recipes are famous and long-standing traditions in New Orleans cuisine. The style of cooking is a blend between the food traditions of West African, Spanish, French, Haitian, Amerindian, Italian, German, and Irish cultures. Creole food can be truly defined as true southern creations due to the blend of these cultural culinary inspirations in the [...]

September 13th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Food Evolution in New Orleans

In today’s food-centric world, many cities have created their own dining scenes based on local or regional flavors. In New Orleans--the Creole capital of the world--traditional Southern dishes have undergone a food evolution where locals and visitors can experience modern takes on dishes that established the city as a hub of cultural and culinary excellence. [...]

August 31st, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Food Trucks To Try in New Orleans

New Orleans has a unique food scene that reflects its vast cultural roots. From mouthwatering recipes that include cajun cuisine to fried Southern fusions, NOLA is a great place to explore a variety of tastings that make up part of the city’s rich history. Among the food capital’s famous dining destinations, food trucks have become [...]

August 15th, 2017|Blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Female Leaders in New Orleans

Female leaders are the backbone of many different sectors in New Orleans. From major businesses to social work to cuisine, women make up some of the most resourceful and helpful contributions to New Orleans economy and culture. Ever-inspiring in their vision and dedication to their projects, there are many notable and successful business women to [...]

July 26th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Spotlight: Prospect New Orleans Triennial Artists Series

New Orleans is a cradle of artistry and bountiful creation. This fall, Prospect New Orleans Triennial Artists series will open up for its fourth artist showcase. This year’s theme is called “Prospect.4: The Lotus in Spite of the Swamp”, curated by Trevor Schoonmaker. Running from November 18 through February 25, 2018, 73 artists will present [...]

July 12th, 2017|Blog, Events, the Arts|0 Comments

A Food Tour of New Orleans

New Orleans is known for its bayous, festivals, and history, but many people also flock to the Big Easy for its cuisine. The infusion of Creole, African American, and European influences have had a profound impact on the delicious spices and decadent dishes ranks the city high on the list of food capitals. Here’s some [...]

June 28th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Up and Coming Charity Events in NOLA

Giving back is an important aspect of a supportive, stable, and well-rounded community. Every year, New Orleans is the setting for a slew of charity events that help to support the heritage, citizens, and environmental community of the city. There are several ways to volunteer and become active in local charities in the New Orleans [...]

June 9th, 2017|Blog, Events|0 Comments

Obscure Destinations in New Orleans

Across the world, New Orleans has a reputation for its mysterious, sometimes obscure, and often interesting destinations. If you either live or visit the Big Easy, you may want to find sites that give you a deeper sense of the NOLA’s culture and heritage.   Here are interesting and obscure destinations to check out while [...]

June 5th, 2017|Blog, Events|0 Comments

Top Rooftops in New Orleans

Perhaps more than ever before, rooftops are being utilized in cities across the nation as great spacial resources for dining, entertainment, leisure, and social gatherings. New Orleans has its own selection of scenic views, rooftop bars, and leisurely poolsides that make The Big Easy just as mesmerizing and memorable as any other United States city. [...]

June 1st, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The Diverse and Vibrant Architecture of New Orleans

Like most cities, New Orleans’ architecture tells a layered story of its history and people. Unlike other cities, New Orleans is world-famous for its unique buildings, which together create a panache of unique styles and culture. In fact, NOLA is unique in that is boasts almost every architectural style there is, all in the confines [...]

May 30th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

5 Things to Look Forward to this Summer in NOLA

Visitors can always find a good time in New Orleans. This year, Mardi Gras celebrations kicked off another spring season in the French Quarter, signaling the beginning of the warmer, festive months ahead. Every year in the Big Easy, festivals, heritage and community events fill up the calendar for many locals. Like other years, summer [...]

May 10th, 2017|Blog, Events, the Arts|0 Comments

5 Things To Do in NOLA This Spring

Spring has finally sprung, and there’s no shortage of celebratory events in New Orleans! The warmer weather is a welcome change of pace for residents and tourists, both of which are finally free to stretch their legs without fear of frostbite. They may even work up a sweat. Sure, if you’re a springtime visitor you’ll [...]

April 10th, 2017|Blog, Events|0 Comments

Best NOLA Street Art on Social Media

Berlin-based graffiti artist MTO painted this mural on the outside of the hip Freret Street music venue. “She Dreamed of a Place Called Fat City” She Dreamed of a Place Called Fat City, a mural in the Fat City neighborhood of metropolitan New Orleans, is intended as an exploration of site-specific storytelling in public space. [...]

February 8th, 2017|Blog, the Arts|0 Comments

5 Oddball Museums to Visit in New Orleans

New Orleans has a rich and colorful history. The city’s unique past twins with its reputation for being a bit wild and crazy. But NOLA wears its weirdness well. New Orleans’ eccentricities, past and present, can be found on full display inside the city’s many museums. The city boasts some of the oddest museums you’ll [...]

January 9th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

7 Real Estate Professionals Who Are Killing It On Social Media

Got social media skills? If so, you’re worth your weight in gold to any real estate business. According to the Urban Land Institute, “Real estate companies that can harness the power of social media to manage and market property will gain enormous advantage” over laggards in this area. Real estate professionals who know how to [...]

August 29th, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Catch the Action of the NBA and the New Orleans Pelicans

New Orleans is known for so many incredible activities and attractions for all ages. Like the Zephyrs and our beloved Saints, the New Orleans Pelicans represent another local slice in our long sporting history. Technically, the Pelicans have only been around since 2013, but they represent just the latest chapter in our city’s basketball history. [...]

May 20th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Get Ready for the Upcoming NFL Season with the Saints

When it comes to New Orleans and sports, the Saints reign supreme as the toast of the town. Sure, we love the Pelicans and all our other teams but the Saints have a connection with the city that’s undeniable. The Saints became part of NOLA's fabric in 1966 in large part thanks to local businessman, [...]

May 20th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Get Your Baseball Fix with the New Orleans Zephyrs Before They Change Their Name!

New Orleans is a city with a long sporting history. From the Saints to the birth of the Jazz to the evolution of the Hornets to the Pelicans of today, these teams join several local universities to make up a wealth of sports options in NOLA. One that may fly under the radar to those [...]

April 23rd, 2016|Blog, Events|0 Comments

The Zurich Golf Classic Returns to New Orleans

The Zurich Classic returns to NOLA with this year's tournament running from April 25th to May 1st. Come out and see some of the PGA's best and brightest compete at New Orleans' Tournament Players Club. Starting in 1938, the Zurich Classic is a fixture for both New Orleans and the PGA. Moving from City Park [...]

April 22nd, 2016|Blog, Events|0 Comments

Jazz in the Park Returns to Louis Armstrong Park This Spring

Just outside the French Quarter in the Tremé neighborhood is where you'll find Louis Armstrong Park. Named for one of our city's most iconic musicians, the 32-acre park served as the first venue for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in 1970. Today, the tradition lives on with the return of Jazz in the [...]

April 12th, 2016|Blog, Events|0 Comments