Nov 172014

Fair Grounds regulars and other locals share special moments in WYES-TV/Channel 12’s latest documentary, NEW ORLEANS FAIR GROUNDS MEMORIES. The hour-long program premieres Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

“While many folks have been to the Fair Grounds at Jazz Fest I do hope our  program will remind them that we have one of the top and most beloved race courses in America. It’s so much fun to bet on the beautiful horses and enjoy corned beef and cabbage  in such an amazing and historic place!” said producer and narrator Peggy Scott Laborde. Continue reading »

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Nov 162014


The Saints are down but not out. Fans need to show their support now more than ever. True fans are Drew fans. Dat Dog’s Constantine Georges has produced a rallying I Trust Drew T-shirt all fans should wear to show our faith in our team and our quarterback.

Dat Dog trusts Drew so much that the staff of the beloved restaurant will shelve their signature Hawaiian shirts in favor of the “I Trust Drew” shirts, beginning Sunday, November 16, when the Saints take on the Cincinnati Bengals at noon in the dome. Continue reading »

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Nov 122014


Staying healthy and in-shape is a hard task in a town like New Orleans. Here at Salire Fitness, we understand that, but we know it can be done! That is why we offer fat-blasting and muscle-building personal training sessions that show results and help you to build to bigger fitness goals!

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Nov 032014

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The period from infancy to high school is a crucial time of transition for every young person.

It is a time when they come to own their personal values, to define their lives’ priorities,

and to develop habits of hard work, resiliency, and integrity.

It is, quite simply, when character is forged.

At Trinity Episcopal School, we take very seriously our role as mentors to children on the journey of growing up.

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Oct 282014

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It’s the most overused word in politics today. But every once in a while we learn about an elected official who exhibits bona fide leadership, living up to the qualities we’d expect from someone working on our behalf. Chairman Eric Skrmetta is an authoritative, commanding influence on the Public Service Commission. His leadership has shaped this state agency into one of the most efficient and envied in Louisiana. Continue reading »

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Oct 252014

8x4-signLouisiana voters have a real opportunity on Election Day to clean up the Louisiana Public Service Commission by electing consumer champion and energy expert Forest Wright over Eric Skrmetta, the current LPSC chairman who has time and again sided with monopoly utility companies against consumers while taking massive amounts of contributions from those very companies he is charged to regulate on behalf of the public. Continue reading »

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Oct 222014

One of the former Hubig’s Pie Bakery lots has just been reduced! The purchase price of lot H3 has just been reduced to $265,000. This is a truly unique opportunity to live or invest in one of the most popular and sought after New Orleans neighborhoods.

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Oct 212014

1393766_534211336648366_365803315_nSay Auf Wiedersehen to Oktoberfest with one last weekend-long event at Dat Dog!

October 24th and 25th marks the 2nd Annual Oktoberfest Weekend at Dat Dog Magazine featuring live music, Abita Oktoberfest beer on tap, German Bratwurst dogs and our famous Canine Costume Contest.

Friday’s festivities include: live music by Miss Claudia and Her Bier Gartners from 6-9pm in the authentic European beer garden, the once-a-year Oktoberfest German-style Dog (lightly smoked, thinly ground pork sausage with saurkraut, diced onions and yellow mustard) and $1 off all German beers (there’s 5 of them!). Continue reading »

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Oct 152014


The Junior League’s 2nd Annual Freret 5K will take place on Saturday, October 18th. The race will begin and end at Bloomin’ Deals Thrift Shop located at 4654 Freret Street.

Registration opens at 7:00 am and the Half-Mile Run/Walk begins at 8:00 am and the 5K Run/Walk begins at 8:20 am. Continue reading »

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Oct 092014


Many of you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And by now, you’ll probably also notice that Dat Dog loves to support a good cause. That’s why throughout October, our three locations will all be offering the Old Fashioned Home Made Nectar Soda Float and Specialty Dog throughout the whole month to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation in New Orleans.

One dollar from each item sold will go to the foundation’s ongoing efforts to fight breast cancer in the New Orleans area. Continue reading »

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Oct 082014

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Family-friendly destination voted one of “America’s Best Bakeries” by Travel + Leisure magazine

Attention Uptown residents: Gracious Bakery + Café is now offering full lunch service on Sundays. Going along with their expanded hours is a new lineup of sandwiches and salads, including the following:

Turkey Breast – House-cooked turkey breast, cayenne-candied bacon, cranberry-orange relish and arugula on oatmeal bread

Pork Braciole – Rolled and sliced pork loin filled with Parmesan, baby kale and garlic aioli on focaccia

Corned Beef – House-brined and slow-cooked with pickled slaw, Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing on multigrain rye

Roasted Turnip and Sweet Potato Salad On spinach with goat cheese and pecans

Coconut & Passionfruit Cake with Coffee for Dessert

“This is kind of a big deal,” says owner and third-string dishwasher Jay Forman. “I’m partial to the cayenne-candied bacon. Really doesn’t need the rest of the sandwich; it does just fine on its own.” All breads are made daily, in house. Along with the new lunch service, Gracious also offers a terrific line-up of baked goods like their Bruleed Pear Danish, Pretzel Croissants, and Hazelnut “Kermit” Cruffins. Desserts include Pumpkin-Spice Cake and Flourless Chocolate and Raspberry Bouchon Bites. Now open on Sundays until 2 pm, this family-friendly artisan bake shop is helmed by Sucré alumna Megan Forman and has been recognized by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of “America’s Best Bakeries.” Locally roasted French Truck Coffee, specialty Chai and free Wi-Fi round out the neighborhood appeal.

Located in the ground floor of the Woodward Building across from Fox 8 News, Gracious Bakery is open seven days a week and provides business catering to the CBD and Greater New Orleans area with free delivery. For more information, visit them at or give them a call at (504) 301-3709.
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Oct 072014

On Tuesday, October 14th from 8:30am – 1:00pm, Calliope Consulting Group presents Meet & Potatoes, an innovative networking and professional community event where participants can attend breakout sessions with five of New Orleans’s top marketing consultants.

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Oct 072014

Franklin collageAward-winning documentary film maker, author, actor, Grammy winner, Pulitzer prize winner, opera star, Neurointerventional surgeon, United States Representative, director, producer, 5-star chef, record producer, dean, CEO, composer, educator, artist, entrepreneur, chemist, attorney, innovator, leader, success.  Just a few of the words that have described Ben Franklin graduates.

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Oct 062014

Bloomin' Deals Throw Me Something Sister Uptown Messenger AdMardi Gras Throws and More!

The Junior League of New Orleans’ Bloomin’ Deals is throwing a street party with food, music, drinks, entertainment and shopping. Catch some signature throws including shoes and purses at great prices, or just enjoy a fun shopping experience at one of the city’s favorite thrift shops! Continue reading »

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