After two rain delays, Mardi Gras Indians from across the city congregated at A.L. Davis park on the corner of LaSalle and Washington on Sunday for the annual Super Sunday. Aside from the Indians, food from local vendors and music were bountiful.
A man was shot on Laurel Street in the Irish Channel on Saturday morning, New Orleans police say.
Raising Cane’s now plans a total of three Uptown locations; a new ice-cream shop is opening on Freret Street; a new building on Magazine Street will host a location of the upscale Brick & Spoon chain; and Pizza Domenica is on track for an April opening, according to recent reports.
Enjoy rhythm and blues on multiple stages, food and drinks, and a silent auction next weekend at the Xavier Prep Alumni Association “Remember When” music festival at St. Katharine Drexel Prep on April 5.
For years, chef Greg Sonnier fought to reopen his old Mid-City restaurant Gabrielle in a banquet hall on Henry Clay Avenue known as the Uptowner, but neighbors eventually convinced the New Orleans City Council to keep the building zoned residential, and Sonnier moved on to become executive chef at the new French Quarter restaurant Kingfish.
Now, Sonnier says he has a plan for The Uptowner that will suit both him and the building’s residential zoning: The Orleans Parish Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative. Local and state corrections officials, however, say they are not involved in or aware of the project.
The 15th annual “Fête Française” at Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans on April 5 will showcase Francophone heritage and cuisine and a music roster that includes a number of French-language performers and local favorites including the Soul Rebels, Sweet Crude, Helen Gillet and Madd Wikkid.
A block of Prytania Street is closed as officials investigate a person found dead of what are believed to be natural causes, New Orleans police said.
A long-promised community center slated for west Carrollton received another extension from the New Orleans City Council Thursday afternoon, but the years-old controversy over its management flared again amid traded accusations of secret agendas.
The Chestnut Street crossover intersection at Napoleon Avenue closed this week and will remain inaccessible to drivers for 30 days, officials announced.
So 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.
In the last 50 years, there have been many Directors of Aviation at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport but few about whom there was any urgency to retain them. But the current Director of Aviation, Iftikhar Ahmad, is one of the hottest guys in the nation in his field of work and the New Orleans Aviation Board is giving him a $35,000 a year raise that he didn’t ask for because they want to keep him here.
Restaurateur Ti Martin, a member of the Aviation Board, says, “He has come to have a lot of affection for New Orleans and the region and we need to lock him to finish what he has started.”
- 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.
Although former Louisiana governors Buddy Roemer, Kathleen Blanco and Edwin Edwards have a number of political differences, all three agreed Wednesday night that no state officials — neither the legislature nor the current governor — should interfere with the local levee board’s lawsuit against oil companies.
Seems as though there’s a little bit of buzz of late in what makes one a New Orleanian. Post Katrina among the questionable landscape Dirty Coast gave us the refreshing pause: Be a New Orleanian wherever you are. But nowadays amid booming repopulation, white teapots, and the notion of gentrification, some seem to say well, hey, if I go to sleep and wake up in Orleans Parish, then that makes me a New Orleanian. And to this I say: really!? And to this I further say: Not really, not so much — but it is a good start.
After years of court battles, the proposed sale of Newcomb Boulevard between St. Charles Avenue and Freret Street is headed to the City Planning Commission in less than two weeks, and those who have fought to have the street reopened are hoping to rally public opinion to their side with a quickly organized campaign.