Apr 092014
 

tulanelogoWe 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. Continue reading »

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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. Continue reading »

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Mar 272014
 

LCI Uptown Messenger AdSo 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.

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Mar 272014
 
vintage rattan setThis is NOT just a garage sale; there will be fine furniture, antique frames, and countless collectibles that you DO NOT want to miss out on. Items that must go include:
  • 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.
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Mar 262014
 

newdd2Dat 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! Continue reading »

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Mar 252014
 

Parcels and Post logoblueoutlineAfter 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. Continue reading »

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Mar 242014
 

08-0214 Uptown Messenger Renwick Lecture Ad

This Wednesday, March 26th at 7:30 p.m., Loyola University Institute of Politics will be hosting the 5th Annual Ed Renwick Lecture: “One Louisiana, Three Perspectives.” Former governors Edwin Edwards, Buddy Roemer and Kathleen Blanco will discuss Louisiana’s current political issues and elaborate on their experiences in office. This event is free and open to the public.

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Mar 112014
 

ISL5kTo 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! Continue reading »

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Mar 062014
 

rouse1Dear Voters,

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. Continue reading »

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Feb 282014
 

Foti HeadshotDear Voters,

We all know that Sheriff Marlin Gusman has failed to bring any of the 171 provisions of the federal court-ordered Consent Decree into compliance.

These provisions were caused by management and leadership problems that a new building won’t fix. The Consent Decree exists because of Gusman’s inattention and refusal to address these problems over the years because he initially denied there were any problems.

 The Sheriff ’s Office is a poorly managed, inefficient operation with bloated consulting contracts that costs taxpayers millions annually.

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Feb 182014
 

DatDogParade3You 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. Continue reading »

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Feb 122014
 
Oil on board folk art rendering by Clementine Hunter (1887-1988) titled The Watermelon Picnic.

Oil on board folk art rendering by Clementine Hunter (1887-1988) titled The Watermelon Picnic.

Pieces from a prominent French Quarter collector, other local estates, and Part 3 of the John Scheffler Mardi Gras Collection are just a hint of what will come up for bid at Crescent City Auction Gallery Feb 15-16.

The auction will take place at the firm’s gallery at 1330 St. Charles Ave. in New Orleans. Over 1,300 works of art will be up for grabs, including Newcomb and George Ohr pottery, American and European (mainly French) furniture, sterling silver, estate jewelry, fine decorative accessories and more.

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Feb 062014
 

Slide-1One in three of our residents live below the poverty line. This means little to no access to the ever-changing technology that will affect the future of countless careers. That’s why collaborators Civic Center, St. Claude Main Street, New Orleans Youth Sound Experience, and NOLA Mix found it imperative to launch the St. Claude Lab.

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