May the Luck o’ the Irish be with you as Tracey’s Original Irish Channel Bar celebrates its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration all weekend long from Saturday, March 14th to Tuesday, March 17, 2015. The Irish Channel Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration begins at 10:00am on the corner of Third Street and Magazine Street Saturday. Tracey’s will serve up its world famous roast beef poor boys along with cabbage and corned beef and green beer!
The Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) invites you to the 3rd Annual Touch a Truck, presented by Regions Bank. This unique, one-day experience gives families an up-close look at their favorite “big trucks” and the opportunity to meet the people that protect, serve, and build Metropolitan New Orleans.
More than 1,100 lots of original artwork, period furniture, jewelry, antique clocks, and more will be sold
A 1918 collage by the French artist Henri Laurens (1885-1954), a 19th century French bronze figural mantel clock by Vincenti & Cie., a pair of 19th century Venetian parcel gilt polychrome and lacquer carved wood blackamoors, and an early 19th century Chinese Export black lacquer and ivory painted fan will all be sold at auction in New Orleans this weekend.
The armed attacks on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher market. The ISIS reign of terror. These incidents inspire fear, hatred, and mistrust of those whose religious beliefs differ from our own. In these troubling times ignorance and prejudice can infect our communities, preventing the cohesion and cooperation required for our neighborhoods to thrive.
Communities in Conversation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that aims to combat ignorance and religious animosity. We provide opportunities for individuals to meet and learn from members of our own community with different religious beliefs. Our goal is to form expanding circles of awareness, knowledge, sympathy and fellowship within our neighborhoods. These circles begin from small-scale conversations, held in a neutral space, that are grounded in a study guide that is written to provide basic factual information about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome will be the setting for the 60th Anniversary of the New Orleans Home & Garden Show, the largest consumer home show in the southeastern United States, which returns on March 13-15 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The New Orleans Home & Garden Show is like no other, bringing an unparalleled variety of home-related services and products under one gigantic roof with everything needed for home remodeling, outdoor living, decorating and landscaping.
For the second time, we get the pleasure of giving away three pairs of free tickets to the show this weekend. This year, visitors will enjoy over 200 vendors displaying some the latest home and outdoor products.
Louisiana Sisters, a local gourmet foods company, is now offering the ultimate hostess gift for Carnival Season. Gift sets complete with the brand’s All Natural Spiced Bloody Mary Mix, New Orleans Spiced Olives (pitted) and Pepper Jelly are now available through Nancy’s Corner for $35 with $15 delivery and Baskets of Blessings for only $40 with $7 delivery (same-day delivery is guaranteed if ordered before 10 a.m. and before the holiday weekend).
This past Thursday, Uptown had a dashing “Downton Abbey”-inspired tea party benefitting WYES. The sold-out “Afternoon Tea with WYES” was held at the home of Jennifer and Fred Heebe on St. Charles Ave.
Celebrating the return to the original Martin’s location!
3827 Baronne Street at the corner of Peniston and Baronne
Martin Wine Cellar presents a week-long celebration in honor of the Grand Opening of the Baronne Street store and the 25th anniversary of the Metairie store from January 26th through February 1st ,2015. Enjoy complimentary wine tastings and great prices on spirits and wine all week long! Martin’s renowned deli menu items will be 25% off at the Metairie and Baronne Street locations, including wines by the glass, salads, sandwiches, and chef-inspired menu items during lunch and dinner*.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art will offer free admission this Sunday, January 25th to celebrate the final day of the blockbuster show Basquiat and the Bayou presented by The Helis Foundation.
This is the public’s last chance to see the exhibit, organized by Prospect.3, which brings together important works by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Having never been displayed together publicly in the Unites States, this exhibition’s pieces consider the work of Basquiat and his relationship with the American South.
Are your friends and family missing New Orleans and that Mardi Gras spirit? Show them how much you care by shipping a fresh King Cake with Parcels and Post this season!
Bring in cakes from your favorite bakery and we will carefully pack them in our special King Cake boxes. We always provide a choice of carriers and rates to fit your budget. Add a little lagniappe to the care package – we have Mardi Gras themed greeting cards, jewelry, magnets, fascinators, bow ties and lots of locally made products.
Create and grow your dream spring garden with
NOLA Kitchen Gardens & Compost!
With Carnival festivities forthcoming in New Orleans, revelers are sure to be out in full force. For businesses in the hospitality industry – bars, restaurants, and hotels – this can be a busy time. If this describes your business, you are likely gearing up for a busy Mardi Gras season. Whether you own, manage, or work at one of these establishments, LCI Workers’ Comp invites you to join us for our Responsible Vendor class to earn or renew your Alcohol Server Permit.
Grow Dat is a youth program that nurtures young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. Our organization is entering 2015 with our Farm Share program ready to roll. In its second year, the Grow Dat Farm Share program is an opportunity for customers to enjoy chemical-free, fresh produce while investing in our farm, our youth leadership program, and our community.