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

Mar 252014
 

2012FestivalLogoThe annual NOLA Food Fest, featuring the best meals from around the country, will kick-off its delicious events Friday evening at Cafe Reconcile with dessert delicacies from beignets to chocolates, cookies, candies, cakes, pies, donuts, cupcakes, fritters, and fudges with reservations at $50 a person. Continue reading »

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Mar 242014
 

(via newcombartgallery.tulane.edu)

(via newcombartgallery.tulane.edu)

An exhibition at Tulane University’s Newcomb Art Gallery will feature paintings and prints by some of the most famous artists of Renaissance and Baroque Europe, as well as a catalog on the pieces with entries written by Tulane students. Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public. Continue reading »

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Mar 232014
 

A sign reading "Eat Local"  in the edible garden at Samuel J. Green Charter School. (Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

A sign reading “Eat Local” in the edible garden at Samuel J. Green Charter School.
(Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

An “Edible Evening” brings more than just food to the table. The annual fundraiser benefits children through the Edible Schoolyard’s garden, kitchen, and wellness education programming at five FirstLine Schools.

Wine, burgers, desserts, tacos and more will be provided during the outdoor garden party at the Samuel J. Green Charter School in the Freret neighborhood from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday (March 27). For those party goers arriving or staying late, for the first time in five years the party will go until 10 p.m., a “Late Wave” party with Company Burger and Cure. Continue reading »

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Mar 232014
 

New Orleans opera fans can participate in a roundtable discussion of the upcoming production of “Puccini’s La Bohème” with special guests from the cast from 4 to 6 p.m. today (Sunday, March 23) at the Women’s Guild Home at 2504 Prytania. Continue reading »

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Mar 202014
 

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Dress to impress on the red carpet Saturday night at the House of Broel for the Audubon Charter School fundraiser, where you can enjoy specialty food, drinks, auctions and the chance to meet Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis. Continue reading »

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Mar 192014
 

The East Bank Collaborative of Charter Schools is having a teachers fair on Saturday, March 22 for over 100 teacher openings with 70 participating charter schools. Interested applicants are encouraged to pre-register and post their resumes on line in preparation for on-site interviews. Continue reading »

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Mar 192014
 

bo dollis

While making your way to the St. Joseph’s Night festivities, pay homage to local activist and Mardi Gras Indian, Theodore Emile “Bo” Dollis the Big Chief of the Wild Magnolias, with The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic & Assistance Foundation by passing the balcony at 1525 Louisiana Avenue from 5 to 7 p.m. today (Wednesday, March 19). Continue reading »

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Mar 172014
 

One of the world’s leading scholars, Professor Russell Hittinger, will discuss the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI from the standpoint of philosophy, law and theology Tuesday (March 18) at 6:30 p.m. at the Loyola College of Law. Continue reading »

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Mar 162014
 
"Where Writers Wrote in New Orleans" by Angela Carll

“Where Writers Wrote in New Orleans” by Angela Carll

Author Angela Carll will sign her book, “Where Writers Wrote in New Orleans” — an exploration of how New Orleans attracted creative minds throughout history — at the Tulane University Book Store at 29 McAlister Drive from noon to 2 p.m. Friday (March 21). Continue reading »

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Mar 102014
 

Elijah Wald's  book Escaping the Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues, Amistad, 2005

Elijah Wald’s book Escaping the Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues, Amistad, 2005

Grammy award winning musician/historian Elijah Wald will discuss the work of Jelly Roll Morton at Tulane University on March 20 in the Freeman Auditorium, at 6:30 p.m. Continue reading »

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Mar 082014
 
Chautauqua New Orleans offers a variety of classes, lectures and workshops for adult members (via nolachautauqua.com).

Chautauqua New Orleans offers a variety of classes, lectures and workshops for adult members (via nolachautauqua.com).

Accentuate your knowledge on Shakespeare to Mark Twain, to evolution and the human spirit, to even Libertarianism and Kinetic sculpture with this spring’s Chautauqua classes. All classes are under $40 and open to all Chautauqua members, classes begin on March 31. Continue reading »

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Mar 062014
 
Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO) is an initiative to engage young leaders in New Orleans in philanthropy. (via http://eiffelsociety.com/)

Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO) is an initiative to engage young leaders in New Orleans in philanthropy. (via http://eiffelsociety.com/)

Enjoy drink specials and a raffle during a Launch Party Happy Hour at the Eiffel society on St. Charles Avenue with the Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans on March 12. The EPNO is celebrating the launch of their new 2014 applications, and anyone in membership — as well as alumni, grantees and friends — is welcome. Continue reading »

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