Three years after opening the popular Oak wine bar, the owners are planning to expand with a new gastropub next door on Oak Street called Ale, joined with a courtyard between them.
The Freret Neighbors United group will hold an informational session for residents on the new Affordable Care Act tonight (Tuesday, Nov. 12), featuring a nonpartisan explanation of the new system from a representative of the Louisiana Healthcare Education Coalition.
A documentary about the effect of gun violence on New Orleans children will be screened in a free showing tonight (Monday, Nov. 11) at Tulane University, followed by a panel discussion with the filmmakers and other experts.
Local members of the Federal Bar Association and the Pro Bono Project will offer free legal advice to veterans this afternoon (Monday, Nov. 11) at the VFW post on Lyons Street in Uptown New Orleans.
A recital at 2:30 p.m. today (Sunday, Nov. 10) in honor of the late faculty member Phil Frohnmeyer will continue the Montage and Performing Arts Series at Loyola University.
Lusher Charter School overcame last year’s alleged embezzlement to receive a clean audit this year, while scoring near the top of the state on its school performance score this year, officials said this morning.
Orleans Parish residents can get free native trees, hear a lecture on caring for trees in the yard and buy other plants in a sale Saturday morning at Parkway Partners in Central City.
Public housing and public works will be the topic of a discussion led by labor activist Jay Arena on Saturday morning at the monthly Gillespie Memorial Community Breakfast at First Unitarian Universalist Church.
The Holy Name of Jesus School will host its 30th annual Gator Fest this weekend, bringing live music, food, rides and kids’ activities to Calhoun Street.
A man with a gun tried to grab a woman walking in the Lower Garden District in the early-morning hours Monday morning in what New Orleans police say may have been an attempted robbery or kidnapping.
Lusher Charter School’s rendition of “Hello, Dolly” from this weekend’s production of the musical won the school a $10,000 first-place prize to enhance the school music program in Popeye’s “Love that Music” contest, the school has announced.
Two women who allegedly picked up a man in the French Quarter, drove him to Central City and then robbed him were caught on video using his debit card, and investigators are seeking the public’s help identifying them, New Orleans police said.
If you missed the premiere weekend of Loyola University’s production of Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice,” you have a few remaining chances to catch it through Saturday.
Sufi Second Line, a band that “performs traditional New Orleans folk and gospel music in Urdu, the national language of Pakistan,” will offer a free concert tonight (Thursday, Nov. 7) at the Bea Field Alumni House at Tulane University, according to the New Wave university news service.