The large corner lot that locals knew as the Weber Garden Center for decades and more recently the Freret Garden Center is planned to become two new buildings as the latest major project planned for the corridor, architects on the project told city officials Monday.
Junior League of New Orleans will begin their Health and Wellness Speaker Series with “Mind, Body, and Spirit”. This event will offer information about meditation and stress management, negotiating skill, and physical fitness.
Entergy’s ongoing upgrades of its Uptown transmission lines will move from Leake Street onto Monroe and Plum streets Monday, the utility announced.
Join City Councilwoman Susan Guidry for a night of bowling and live music by Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue this Monday night, Oct. 5 at Rock ‘n Bowl.
Uptown’s bar and restaurant scene is always thriving. There’s just nothing quite like indulging some fine dining on a weeknight, treating yourself to a bottle of wine, taking in a sumptuous three-course meal, and – Wait… Is that – Oh my God, he has a gun!
St. Katharine Drexel Prep on Magazine Street — the Catholic girls’ school on Magazine Street formerly known as Xavier Prep — is holding an open house for prospective families Tuesday as the institution celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
A man sitting in his vehicle just off Carrollton Avenue was robbed at gunpoint Friday evening, New Orleans police said.
The monthly Freret Market in the parking lot near Napoleon Avenue will feature performances by the Tanglers Bluegrass Band and Debauche today (Saturday, Oct. 3) in addition to its usual array of unique local food and craft vendors.
A rapid-pursuit helicopter. Advanced audio technology to triangulate gunshot locations. Free meals and massages for police officers.
With armed robberies up four percent citywide this year — a point brazenly driven home by holdups at three recent Uptown restaurants — the New Orleans City Council said Friday they are ready to try nearly anything to help the police stop them.
After public outcry over proposed changes to the configuration of Napoleon Avenue, New Orleans city officials announced Thursday that the road will keep two lanes of traffic in each direction, with a bike lane and parking lane on each side, and a walking path down the center of the neutral ground after drainage-canal construction concludes next year.
Students at Tulane and LSU will team up to find a new use for the old Carrollton Courthouse, officials announced Wednesday.
A woman was robbed at gunpoint of her wedding ring and other valuables Thursday evening as she got out of her vehicle in the driveway of a Dublin Street home, she said.
The John P. Lyons Recreation Center will host the 1st Annual NOLA Family Fest, created to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of when New Orleans residents were allowed back into the city after Hurricane Katrina. The festival, organized by The Power Group and Central City Partnership, Inc., will feature a student event on Friday and live performances, food vendors, and kid’s activities for the public from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m on Saturday and Sunday.
Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, however, say that construction is still proceeding, and that they hope the February completion date is the last delay that segment of the project experiences.
Sybil Haydel Morial would have led a very privileged life growing up in New Orleans in the 1940’s and 1950’s had it not been for the South’s all-encompassing Jim Crow laws. Her father, Dr. Clarence C. Haydel, was a well-respected surgeon in the community; her mother, Eudora, was an accomplished housewife who loved to cook, garden and entertain in the family’s well-appointed home. Sybil was surrounded by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins as well as her older sister Jean who suffered an untimely death. She attended the best Catholic schools, spent the summers in the country, traveled to Europe and had a memorable debut. As a teenager, Sybil enjoyed the company of family friend Ambassador Andrew Young who wrote the foreword to the memoir before his death.
But the harsh realities of segregation and how it impacted her life every day defined Sybil. It also drove her to become a teacher, civil right activist, arts patron, husband to New Orleans’ first African-American mayor — Dutch Morial — and mother to our third, Marc Morial. Sybil’s new book, Witness To Change, is a compelling, easy-to-read story about Sybil and Dutch — told from Sybil’s perspective.
Axiom Artist Collective will debut their newest exhibit, Guerrilla Artfare, featuring artwork by local artist Courtney “Ceaux” Buckley. The art show will feature acrylic- and oil-based paintings inspired by New Orleans culture.
The Subway restaurant on St. Charles Avenue in the Lower Garden District was robbed shortly before closing time Wednesday night, and man in his 50s was also robbed of his bicycle at gunpoint on St. Andrew Street, New Orleans police said.