Jul 142015
 
(via StayLocal!)

(via StayLocal)

StayLocal, Greater New Orleans’ Independent Business Alliance, hosts NOLA Know-How, a Business-to-Business (B2B) resource fair culminating with TED-style presentations by five local business owners speaking on the theme of “What I Made with Lemons.” The event is this Thursday, July 16, at Eiffel Society (2040 St. Charles Ave) from 5pm to 8pm. Doors open at 5pm for networking and browsing at the resource fair; the talks will begin promptly at 6pm. Continue reading »

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Jul 112015
 
(via www.thepeoplesayproject.org)

(via www.thepeoplesayproject.org)

The Fourth Annual Backyard Cut Session will be held this Saturday, July 11 to support NOLA Mix, a program that teaches turntablism, and Seniors Connecting Seniors, an organization of elders based in the Freret Neighborhood. Five city DJs will be featured at the event. Continue reading »

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Jul 062015
 
Tents sit in front of St. Henry's Catholic Church at the 22nd Annual Feast of St. Henry Mass and Reunion. Live entertainment,  beer, food, and snowballs were all free at the event. (Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

Tents sit in front of St. Henry’s Catholic Church at the 22nd Annual Feast of St. Henry Mass and Reunion. Live entertainment, beer, food, and snowballs were all free at the event. (Sabree Hill, UptownMessenger.com)

St. Henry’s Church will follow an anniversary mass with a reunion block party this Saturday night, July 11. The event is free and open to the public and will feature drinks, food, and live music by the J. Monque’D Blues Band, as well as other special guests. Continue reading »

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Jun 072015
 
(via issme2015.weebly.com)

(via issme2015.weebly.com)

Loyola University’s Department of Music Education is hosting their ninth annual International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (ISSME) together with the MayDay Group (MDG) Colloquium 27 research conference for the first time this Sunday, June 14, through Friday, June 19. Full registration for the collaborative event is $125 and $85 for students; banquet registration is $30. Continue reading »

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Jun 042015
 
2015 Housing Summit

(via GNOHA)

The Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance is hosting a community Housing Summit this Saturday, June 6, to launch the HousingNOLA planning process. The event will be an opportunity for community members to share and receive information on current housing realities. Family-friendly activities and free food will also be included.

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Jun 032015
 

Back to The Ball Crawl

The 610 Stompers’ “Sixth Annual Ball Crawl: Back to the Ball Crawl” charity fundraiser next weekend will allow participants to be a Stomper for a night and dance through Uptown streets with stops at The Kingpin, F &M’s, Fat Harry’s, Superior Seafood, and Le Bon Temps, featuring dance-offs, prizes, Back to The Future-themed costumes and 80s attire. Continue reading »

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May 292015
 
(image via Southern Food and Beverage Museum)

(image via Southern Food and Beverage Museum)

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard is still accepting children for a five-week summer camp that begins next week, and also announced it has received a donation of the complete works of Lowcountry chef Louis Osteen to its culinary library. Continue reading »

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May 072015
 

Allan Katz and Danae Columbus

Our usually right-on-point Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux has been in the news twice this week — first with his remarks that maybe more, better-paid police is not the answer to our crime problems and then about his proposed “divorce” with Police Monitor Susan Hutson. Now it is true that Quatrevaux is white and that Hutson, most of the police and the people they are sworn to protect are not. Does Quatrevaux just see things differently or is there more to his feelings than meets the eye? Continue reading »