Sep 242014
"Over Stuffed": Acrylic on oak wood slats - by Patricia Low. 12" x 17". Starting bid $50

“Over Stuffed”: Acrylic on oak wood slats – by Patricia Low. 12″ x 17″. Starting bid $50.

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This Saturday from 6pm to 9pm, Habitat ReStore and Coq Rouge Gallery present ReStore Art! This unique art auction features donated artwork created by local artists using salvaged items from the New Orleans Area Habitat ReStore. Each piece is one-of-a-kind. Admission is free, and there will be food provided by Elizabeth’s, McClure’s BBQ, Five Happiness & more! Continue reading »

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Sep 182014

We at NOLA Aikido would like to welcome you to an Open House in our beautiful newly-expanded location in Mid-City!

See a demonstration by chief instructor Brian Levy, third-degree blackbelt, as well as our other teachers and current students who will show the beauty, grace, and martial effectiveness of Aikido. Hear about the physical and mental benefits of a truly meditative and healing martial art. Continue reading »

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Sep 172014

The auction will feature two Parisian street scenes by the renowned French painter Edouard Leon Cortes (1882-1969). Each one is estimated at $20,000-$30,000.

Two original oil paintings by the renowned French artist Edouard Cortes expected to realize $20,000-$30,000 each, a Paris street scene done in gouache by Pablo Picasso, a watercolor by New Orleans folk artist Sister Gertrude Morgan, an oil on construction paper rendering by another folk art icon, Clementine Hunter, a collection of early 19th century Russian icons and an American Renaissance Revival carved mahogany bookcase attributed to Alexander Roux will all be auctioned Sept. 20th-21st by Crescent City Auction Gallery. Continue reading »

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Sep 162014

rhythm_logoJoin Tipitina’s next Saturday, September 27, for the Rhythm & Blues 5K Run benefiting Tipitina’s Foundation.

The first 500 registrants get goody bags and T-shirts, and the first 500 finishers receive finisher medals. An outside festival on the neutral ground outside of Tipitina’s Uptown will follow the run. Enjoy food, drinks, and live entertainment, all sponsored by East Jefferson General HospitalFest Cola, and New Belgium Brewing. Costumes are encouraged and prizes for “Best Individual Musical Costume” and “Best Musical Group Ensemble” will be announced at the post-race party. Continue reading »

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Sep 112014

Hibernia Bank Mobile Banking AppHibernia Bank, a local New Orleans bank since 1903, recently launched their new mobile banking app for both Android and Apple devices. This new app allows 24-hour account access to:

– Pay bills & transfer funds

– Make deposits

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Sep 042014

freret market featCome to Freret Market for Free Live Music. Original Art. Great Food. Tailgating? Yes, Tailgating!

We are excited for the return of Green Wave Football to Uptown and invite all fans and neighbors to start your day at Freret Market. Take a stroll past our 40 local businesses on your way to the game, a short and enjoyable walk further Uptown. Continue reading »
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Aug 262014

Engineer? Inventor? Architect?


is here!

Help your daughter discover her “inner scientist” at Tinkergate. Open to local girls ages 3, 4 and 5 in the afternoons, Tinkergate girls will don their lab coats and goggles to deconstruct, build and invent in McGehee’s brand new tinker lab. Continue reading »

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Aug 212014

Every house in New Orleans has a story to tell.
New Orleans House Histories wants to tell yours. 


Liz Warner, with thirty years experience in researching houses, neighborhoods, and cities, is the owner of New Orleans House Histories, a new local business.  “The whole history of New Orleans can be written through the stories discovered while researching a house and its surrounding neighborhood,” Warner explained.  “It’s not only the histories of the high-style houses which draw tourists that are important.  Every house contributed to the development of this city and each owner had an impact on what happened here.” Continue reading »

Aug 182014

Treasure Travel is launching a unique wine tour Adventures by the Glass: Grape Harvest Festival Tour to Argentina & Chile” to take place March 2 – 12, 2015. The dates perfectly fit between Mardi Gras and St. Patrick’s Day so you won’t  miss any of your favorite events!

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Aug 152014

piano lessonThe Preparatory Arts Program at Loyola University New Orleans, hosting children of all ages, is currently enrolling ballet, piano, guitar, strings, voice, trumpet, and saxophone students for the 2014-2015 academic year. Ballet classes start September 2nd and music classes begin on September 8th. Continue reading »

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Aug 142014

Invitation Front

What more can you ask for in the middle of a New Orleans summer than a nice breeze? That’s the idea behind the Belle Reve Breeze Gala, presented by Avita Pharmacy, who hopes to give everyone an escape from the heat outside at their second annual gala benefiting Belle Reve New Orleans. Continue reading »

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Aug 132014

The New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau invites residents to enjoy all that this wonderful city has to offer through the Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown and COOLinary New Orleans campaigns. Experience your hometown through the eyes of visitors while supporting the businesses that have made New Orleans one of the most popular travel destinations in the world – and one of Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Cities.

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