Jessica Taylor

Jessica DeBold is the Uptown Messenger Editorial intern. She is a senior at Loyola University studying Journalism and Philosophy. You can find more of Jessica's work at jessicadeboldworks.wordpress.com

May 092014
 

Screen Shot 2014-05-02 at 11.41.14 AMWhat does it take to be the healthiest possible for your age? Gain a new view of wellness Saturday morning during the Lambeth House free Fitness Expo (for adults age 55 and older), with massage therapy demonstrations, physical activities, free physical health screenings and much more. Continue reading »

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May 082014
 
610 Stompers compete in a game of tug-of-war at ROMP! 2013 (via habitat-nola.org)

610 Stompers compete in a game of tug-of-war at ROMP! 2013 (via habitat-nola.org)

N.O. Habitat for Humanity-06Join Habitat for Humanity for a ROMP! in Palmer Park with music from Hot 8 Brass Band, a performance from 610 Stompers plus backyard games and races. Continue reading »

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May 062014
 

The Bridge House sign at Grace House decorated during the winter holidays. (UptownMessenger.com file photo by Marta Jewson)

The Bridge House sign at Grace House decorated during the winter holidays. (UptownMessenger.com file photo by Marta Jewson)

Support the Bridge House/Grace House mission by attending a luncheon and silent auction (May 9) that will honor local role models for those undergoing treatment from long-term substance abuse. Continue reading »

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May 052014
 

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Help revitalize the historic Lower St. Charles Corridor on Thursday evening at the Magic in Melpomenia IXX celebration at Zeitgeist, which will include a live art auction, music and delicious food from local eateries like Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro, Crabby Jack’s and more. Continue reading »

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May 052014
 

Screen Shot 2014-04-28 at 12.44.58 PMThe Eiffel Society is hosting a fundraiser for The Urban League of Greater New Orleans Young Professionals with happy hour drink specials and free networking festivities Wednesday evening. Continue reading »

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Apr 262014
 
A member of the St. Augustine Marching 100 plays in the Battle of the Bands for the Instruments A-Comin' benefit at Tipitina's in April 2012. (UptownMessenger.com file photo by Robert Morris)

A member of the St. Augustine Marching 100 plays in the Battle of the Bands for the Instruments A-Comin’ benefit at Tipitina’s in April 2012. (UptownMessenger.com file photo by Robert Morris)

The instruments are a comin’ to New Orleans school programs from the Tipitina’s Foundation benefit concert — in between two Jazz fest weekends — where attendees can enjoy food, an outdoor battle of the best local bands and a silent auction (Monday, April 28). Continue reading »

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Apr 252014
 
Philip Bialowitz is one of seven living survivors of the Nazi extermination camp, Sobibór, where 250,000 people perished between 1942 and 1943. (via JCC)

Philip Bialowitz is one of seven living survivors of the Nazi extermination camp, Sobibór, where 250,000 people perished between 1942 and 1943. (via JCC)

Join the New Orleans Jewish Community Center and pay homage to those lost during the Holocaust for the community-wide memorial program, Yom Hashoah. Philip Bailowits, one of seven Holocaust survivors living in New Orleans, will be a keynote speaker for the event Sunday (April 27). Continue reading »

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Apr 062014
 
(Via Save New Orleans Sounds Program Initiative)

(Via Save New Orleans Sounds Program Initiative)

If you are a performer, a musician, sound engineer, club manager, DJ or even simply a music fan, you at risk of sustaining a hearing disorder from your activities, so the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic and Assistance Foundation is hosting Save New Orleans Sounds, a free series of events to inform you on preventable injuries from today (Sunday, April 6) through Tuesday. Continue reading »

Apr 052014
 

Students at the José Luis de León Díaz enjoy learn about their culture and art with the help of donations towards Proyecto Luis de Lión (via Proyecto Luis de Lión Facebook)

Students at the José Luis de León Díaz learn about culture and art with the help of donations towards Proyecto Luis de Lión (via Proyecto Luis de Lión Facebook)


Party with a cause on Thursday night (April 10) at the Proyecto Luis de Lión fundraiser at the Prytania Bar. The event will have live music and a raffle with all proceeds from the cover charge, raffle tickets and a percentage of drink proceeds to go toward community art, culture and education for children in San Juan del Obispo, Guatemala. Continue reading »

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Mar 282014
 
The artwork of folk artist Simon Hardeveld reads "We Speak French" at   Fete Francaise Saturday afternoon.  (Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

The artwork of folk artist Simon Hardeveld reads “We Speak French” at Fete Francaise Saturday afternoon, April 1, 2012. (Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

The 15th annual “Fête Française” at Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans on April 5 will showcase Francophone heritage and cuisine and a music roster that includes a number of French-language performers and local favorites including the Soul Rebels, Sweet Crude, Helen Gillet and Madd Wikkid. Continue reading »

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