We want to thank everyone in the community for their patronage at Mid City’s newest gay watering hole. Anytime you’re looking for a place to play in the neighborhood, don’t forget to check us out on one of our amazing evenings of entertainment. We are open on Mondays from 6p-11p, Thursday-Saturday 4p-12a and Sunday from 4p-11p.
If you’ve never picked salad straight from your yard, it’s time to start living! And we mean off of your land! No yard, porch or balcony is too small to grow your own herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers.
At NOLA Kitchen Gardens & Compost, we build tailored edible gardens and food forests, teach you how to be a successful gardener, and help you grow what you eat. Other services include garden makeovers, regular garden maintenance and composting services.
So you know how to bake an amazing cake, but do you know how to get the word out about your delicious red velvet? So you’re a contractor who remodels historical homes like no other. Do you have a website that displays your projects? LCI Workers’ Comp is putting on a small business workshop for you.
Join us for The Every Hat Entrepreneur Series: Build Your Image and Online Presence Friday, March 28 from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the Irish House on St. Charles Ave.
- Sets of Rosenthal and Franciscan China
- Sets of vintage crystal and depression glassware including ruby red
- Various collectibles – Nippon, glass, silver plate, vases, candlestick holders, bowls, etc.
Dat Dog’s Jingle Contest Entry deadline is fast approaching! Show us your skills by April 14th for your chance to win $500 and a $100 gift certificate to Dat Dog.
All you have to do is create a song 60 seconds or less declaring your love for Dat Dog and submit it. Put a smile on your face, and don’t miss your chance to be a Dat Dog Idol!
After 30 years of being your neighborhood post office at the corner of Magazine and Nashville, we are happy to announce that the new store is only five blocks away. We want to see you walk in our new doors, as we continue to offer the same friendly service, local gifts, shipping/packing services and smiles.
The 2014 New Orleans Home & Garden Show is giving away free tickets to the show this weekend. Check out the latest in home technology, enjoy locally-made wine, get free expert advice, and see what our 250+ exhibitors have to offer.
To promote Health & Wellness the International School of Louisiana is excited to Kick Off the New Year with the ISL 5K – Spring Shuffle taking place Saturday, March 15, 2014 at LaSalle Park – 6600 Airline Dr. Metairie, LA 70003.
The event features a 5K and 1 Mile Family Fun Run. The post-race party will include food, refreshments, music, and fun for the whole family, including Mini Zumba and Yoga classes, Nutrition Expert Advice, and family-friendly activities like Face Painting, Unicycle Races, Chinese Yo-Yo competitions, Circus Arts Juggling workshops, and more!
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, I established a disaster medical clinic on Canal Street, treating citizens and the first responders who were rescuing them. We are almost ten years out from the waters of Katrina, and still there is much work to be done. Our criminal justice system is undergoing its greatest transformation ever, and it is time for that change to come to the Coroner’s Office as well.
I’m running for Coroner to bring compassion, transparency, and modernization to the Coroner’s office. As the current Chief Deputy Coroner of Orleans Parish, I know exactly where we can improve. I’ll hit the ground running.
Prytania Bar brings you another year of post-parade debauchery. Click “Attending” for this Facebook event for a chance to win tickets for every show listed!
You now have more time to get your sing-along on! Dat Dog has moved the Jingle Contest Entry deadline from March 10th to April 14th.
Also, make the carnival season delicious with Parade Packs from us. Don’t show up empty handed at your favorite Mardi Gras parade party; call Dat Dog on Magazine at 504.324.2226 or Freret at 504.899.6883, and be the most popular guest on the route.
- unsafe neighborhoods because of poor support for vital services like our Fire and Police depts.,
- the unfair traffic cameras negatively impacting you and your friends,
- streets that damage your car, even though you call and call with no response,
- rogue city operatives, like the Taxi Cab Bureau and street musician patrol,
- our city constantly depleting resources to engage in protracted legal battles,
- and worst of all, most of our residents unable to obtain a job at a living wage…
…then it’s time to bring in a proven coalition builder.
Looking for something unique for your home? On January 24-26, New Orleans Auction Galleries will hold its semi-annual Cakebread Decorative Arts & Design auction, a series with an eclectic and extensive selection of over 1,600 lots of antique to contemporary furniture, accessories, jewelry, clocks, silver and fine and decorative arts.
Trinity Episcopal School is a faith-centered, prekindergarten – grade 8, and coeducational independent school located in the Garden District of New Orleans. Trinity will be hosting an Open House for prospective families this Friday, January 17th at 8:45am. Families are also encouraged to call if they are interested in setting up a private tour.
Trinity’s Headmaster, The Reverend Dr. Michael Kuhn writes about the uniqueness of our program:
A McGehee girl experiences academic rigor and personal attention in its small class sizes with direct access to faculty. Your daughter will learn about honor and service as well as leadership. The McGehee Advantage provides her with the opportunity to be…team captain, student body president, and star of her class musical – and she will enjoy not only equal opportunity but every opportunity.