On Saturday, December 7, the Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) will celebrate the continued rebirth of New Orleans by holding its annual 5K race along Freret Street. JLNO’s Freret 5K and half-mile fun run showcase this vibrant and growing economic corridor, promotes family fitness, and raises funds for JLNO’s community projects and volunteer efforts. These community projects include Bayou District, Judgment Call, Kids in the Kitchen, Lafayette School Support, Lemonade Day University, Rebuilding Together, Safe Sitter, and Senior League.
Wonderful pieces of Newcomb and George Ohr pottery, Russian icons (including one depicting Jesus from around 1910, plus a rare 18th century example) and Part 2 of the John Scheffler collection of Mardi Gras items are just a few of the 1,239 items that will come up for bid at a major two-day estates auction slated for Dec. 7-8 by Crescent City Auction Gallery.
The event will be held in the firm’s New Orleans gallery, located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue. Categories will feature original artworks (including oil paintings by renowned regional artists), period American and European furniture, decorative accessories, pottery, estate jewelry, Persian rugs, Asian objects (including carved ivory figures) and Angela Gregory plaster figures.
It’s the holiday season, and Zeus’ Place on Freret Street has just the thing to warm your hearts.
Stop by our supporters this Sunday at the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival. Enjoy an Icy Hot Chocolate from Blue Frog Chocolates and a Duck Confit BLT Po-boy from Mahony’s. Satisfaction at its best!
Just in time for holiday shopping, and autumn’s cooler temperatures, NOLA Til Ya Die has announced its newest pop-up shop, an outdoor event at Mid-City hub Bayou Bicycles (3530 Toulouse St., 504-488-1946).
In addition to the apparel and accessories brand’s online store, the weekly pop-up – held every Saturday through the end of the year from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., weather permitting – marks the line’s latest retail location, and another example of owner Kathleen A. McCall’s fun, irreverent approach to connecting with the community.
A free concert commemorating the 200th birthday of Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner features the Loyola Symphony Orchestra and Loyola Chorus alongside special guests and Metropolitan Opera stars Alfred Walker ’96, Greer Grimsley ’76 and Luretta Bybee. The program will include selections from Verdi’s “Otello,” “Aida” and “La Traviata,” as well as Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman” and “Die Walkure,” including the famed “Ride of the Valkyries.”
Are you worried about making loan payments on your house? Have you fallen behind, and are struggling to get back on track? Or are you preparing to buy, but unsure how you’ll finance every penny of your new home? Neighborhood Housing Services New Orleans announces its new, federally-sponsored Making Home Affordable loan program for homeowners just like you. Secure, confidential, and comprehensive!
Rev. Elizabeth Lott will officially begin her pastorate the week of Nov. 12 and will preach for the first time this Sunday, Nov. 17, which happens to be the date on which we celebrate the church’s 115th birthday. Founded in 1898, St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church has been blessed with many excellent pastors known for strong preaching and innovative leadership. In calling Rev. Lott, the church acknowledges she follows in this esteemed tradition.
Church Alley Coffee Bar (on Oretha Castle Haley Blvd) serves up freshly roasted, freshly brewed French Truck Coffee. We grind and pour each cup to order; no more hours-long old coffee or weeks-old stale coffee beans!
Drop by for a yoga class at Divine Yoga upstairs and stay for a made-just-for-you cup of espresso or pour over coffee. It’s not just the coffee that you’ll love; you will be surrounded by original art from local Central City artists Gary and Elizabeth Eckman! We offer our customers free wifi and a dog-friendly environment for dog-friendly dogs. 6 year old Beau, Church Alley’s young-at-heart Shih Tzu mix, is here everyday. (Be warned, he loves to be loved, and you might find him sitting in your lap!) If these amenities don’t convince you to stop in, here are five reasons to love Church Alley.
Alternative pop sensation The Ready Set will be performing at the Civic Theater Saturday, November 2, 2013, and Uptown Messenger is giving away pairs of tickets! Join the party at the Civic Theatre to benefit Ochsner Pediatric programs.
The lrish Channel favorite, known for its root beer glazed Chisesi’s ham & cheese and Peacemaker po-boys, had been closed since October 14th in order to make kitchen improvements designed to decrease ticket to table times. Mahony’s has also begun table service for an enhanced customer experience.
Bay BridgeFest music festival returns to downtown Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, October 25-27. A total of 20 bands will play on three stages, and many of the artists are mainstays of the popular New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. This year’s lineup features The Revivalists, Dumpstaphunk, Amanda Shaw, Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience, Honey Island Swamp Band, Walter Wolfman Washington, Johnny Sansone, Cedric Burnside Project, Young Pinstripe Brass Band, Gravy, Rochelle Harper Band and Sista Jazz.
The Irish Network New Orleans (IN-NOLA) is proud to announce that it will be hosting New Orleans’ second Irish Film Festival from Friday, October 18 through Sunday, October 20 at the Prytania Theatre.