Octavia Books has been a neighborhood staple for over 19 years now, for many good reasons. The independent book retailer opened in the year 2000 – a time when many small bookstores were closing and big-box chain stores were popping up in mall parking lots across America.
Dr. Hunter Cole is taking paintings with a special strain of blue-green bacteria and bringing them to life in a special exhibit.
The trend of going cashless has been slow to arrive in New Orleans. But some local businesses are opting for plastic-only payments in lieu of cold hard cash.
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Harper Hexx began as an exotic dancer on Bourbon Street at 19-years-old, but after ditching booze and getting sober, she says she’s been awakened.
Son of a Saint is an organization like no other. Their work to inspire, mentor and build the lives of fatherless boys in New Orleans is one of the most necessary endeavors to create a positive impact for future generations.
There are two things the entire world loves, and you can probably guess what they are: Puppies and beer!
Whether you’re trying to find the first beer you ever liked — or whether you happen to love them all — 400 beers is a lot. We’re going to have to make some choices at Nola on Tap, and to help we turned to the experts.
Refuel has added so many new things to their menu. They, just like my girls and I, seem to get better with age.
The idea behind the restaurant is to bring down home Louisiana cooking to the masses and make guests feel as if they are enjoying a meal with family.
The innovation of transport and culture on historic Bayou Road thrives with King & Queen Emporium International, a company supplying handmade soap, oil, incense, and shea butter while fostering healing and spiritual manifestation through its space and products.
“Beers can taste so different than we were trained to think they have to. That’s why when someone says ‘I don’t like beer,’ I’m inclined to think they just haven’t found the right ones yet.”
Twenty-five years ago, Scott’s first job in the kitchen wasn’t even behind a grill. It was being a dishwasher at a Shoney’s restaurant on St. Charles Avenue.
In a city known for jazz, funk, and hip-hop, it might be surprising to learn that an ‘80s-themed dance party has been happening every week for nearly 20 years, yet this tradition has endured and thrived.
City Park’s carousel is more than 90 years old and is the only hand-carved carousel in the entire state of Louisiana.
Her memoir “Things My Grandma Told Me, Things My Grandma Showed Me,” is a heartfelt, real and often times gritty ode to her Mamaw, who had a huge hand in raising Mia.
What did the Queen Bey and Jay-Z eat when they hit up this Lower Garden District restaurant?
“For a city known for its great food and quality of restaurants, the quality of the coffee should be just as good,” owner Eliot Gutherie said.
Mark Bologna, the voice behind Beyond Bourbon Street, on what drove him to create a podcast about the city.