1201, 2018

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 [...]

1201, 2018

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 [...]

612, 2017

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. [...]

1411, 2017

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 [...]

911, 2017

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 [...]

1610, 2017

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. [...]