Two Warehouse District neighborhood associations along with other surrounding residents are speaking out against the proposed 16-story Tracage condo development at the edge of the Warehouse District. The Board of Zoning Adjustments will hear Tracage’s application for several waivers on Monday, March 11 at 10 a.m. in the City Council Chambers.
Don’t miss acclaimed jazz band Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band when they perform in two concerts Saturday, March 9 as part of the 44th Annual Jazz Festival at Loyola University New Orleans. Held in the Louis J. Roussel Performance Hall located on Loyola’s main campus, the two-day festival includes a free performance by the Loyola Faculty Jazz Septet Friday, March 8 at 4:30 p.m. in Roussel Hall.
Since 1989, LCI has helped a diverse range of local small and medium-sized companies access important resources, while providing competitive workers’ comp rates, friendly service, and excellent coverage. Today, many New Orleans business owners are happy to learn that all LCI policy management is conducted in our home office in Mandeville. More than 2500 current policyholders also enjoy the benefits of LCI’s interest-free premium payment plan, active claims management, and a convenient online bill pay option.
A silver plate showing an image of a bull’s head by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso (Sp./Fr., 1881-1973), cast by Francois and Peter Hugo of Paris in the mid-1950s, is the anticipated top lot of a massive multi-estate sale planned for March 2-3 by Crescent City Auction Gallery, in the firm’s new gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue.
The plate, numbered 6 of 20 and titled Tete de Taureau (“Head of Bull”), is expected to bring $30,000-$50,000. It is verso stamped “Picasso” and the rim carries the Hugo mark. It is 16 ½ inches in diameter. In all nearly 1,500 quality lots will change hands in a variety of categories: fine art, Asian objects, silver, jewelry, furniture, gold coins, clocks, chandeliers, rugs and more.
Veteran Democratic strategist and New Orleans native Donna Brazile is the featured speaker for the Institute of Politics at Loyola University New Orleans March 5 at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The CNN and ABC political commentator and vice chair for voter registration and participation at the Democratic National Convention will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the top political issues of the day in “Stirring the Political Pot with CNN’s Donna Brazile.”
Is your child or teenager experiencing emotions they find difficult to manage? Has his or her behavior escalated out of control? If you are struggling with how best to help your child, while also managing your own frustration, Fleurish Play Therapy can help. Licensed clinical social worker Wendy Romero, MSW, LCSW is one of the few local therapists who devotes her practice solely to children and families, focusing on children ages 3-17 and their caregivers.
Today is the day when love is most visible, filled with candies and chocolates, hearts and flowers, and everything in between. But these are all the norms for women’s gifts. This Valentine’s day, get the man in your life something he can brag about. Recognized locally and nationwide for quality at every point, we have an assortment of accessories available in the shops or gift cards for services.
With Super Bowl craziness dying down, parade season is back in full swing! Catch all the Uptown fun at New Orleans Hamburger and Seafood Co. on the streetcar line at St. Charles Ave & Milan Street. Watch the parades while enjoying our fresh, plump, salty oysters on the half shell; World Famous Thin Fried Catfish; order-at-the-counter service that’ll get your food to you faster; and family-friendly atmosphere we are known for.
You heard right: Skip N’ Whistle is taking the shop digital! This means an in-store sale for the next two weeks, now until Friday, February 8th. Get 40% OFF EVERYTHING & we mean EVERYTHING!
Parcels and Post has special king cake boxes and your choice of carrier rates to fit your time frame and budget. Visit your favorite local bakery then come in to ship Mardi Gras for your special out-of-towners. Anyone who mentions Uptown Messenger will receive 15% off the cost of shipping during Mardi Gras – and not just for king cakes!
The start of a new year is always full of expectations and good feelings. It’s a chance to start all over, to change what we don’t like, to leave the old behind to make room for the new… At Cote d’Azur we understand how important it is to start the year with the right foot; that’s why we are very happy to introduce our brand new service:
Crescent City Auction Gallery invites you to consign for the March 2nd & 3rd, 2013 Major Estates Auction. Important consignments for March include a Pablo Picasso silver plate, a 19th Century Chinese Tea Caddy, and a pair of uncarved elephant tusks [pictures and descriptions inside].
Have you grown tired of your house? Is your closet creeping into your bedroom?
NOLA Clutter Busters can help! With over 15 years experience – we can assist you with getting your space organized and ready for Mardi Gras!
Gott Gourmet Cafe is open today, December 28 at 9am for Brunch only all day until 3pm. They will follow this all-day Brunch Schedule for the next 5 days through January 1st!
They will be serving their regular Breakfast Menu only, with the addition of these Great Brunch Specials:
Skip N’ Whistle announces its “End of the World” Sale that takes place this week through Friday, December 21, at their shop located at 8123 Oak Street. I mean, what else would prepare you for the end of the world?
Skip N’ Whistle offers buy one, get one 50 percent off t-shirts and sweatshirts (of equal or lesser value), a clearance rack of items starting at $5 and add an iron-on to any clearance item for only $5. Also, spend $100 or more and get a Free Custom Gildan Shirt. Remember to stop in by Friday, December 21 or before the world ends, whichever comes first.
M.S. Rau Antiques, a French Quarter landmark, has greeted its 100th year with nothing more than the best and is currently hosting its most important exhibition to date, Impressionism: Influences & Impact. The exhibit features work by such master artists as Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Paul Gauguin, and even the beguiling Vincent van Gogh.
The gallery is hosting a speaker series on Impressionism in collaboration with the exhibition.