Business, Environmental Causes, New Orleanians
Local Cooling Farms is a 16-acre property on the Northshore where Kate Estrade and her husband, Grant, raise livestock including pigs, cattle, chickens and goats. They also act as a...
Thousands of unemployed hospitality workers throughout the city are worried about paying their rent or mortgage.
Art Museums, Causes/Activism, Destinations, Mixed Media Art, New Orleanians
If you live in New Orleans, you’ve seen Lionel Milton’s work. His moving and powerful art graces many a wall and canvas around the city. He is a man with...
Beer, Civic Benefit, Social Causes
Dixie Beer will drop “Dixie” from its name, according to owner Gayle Benson.
Causes/Activism, Entertainment, Know Your NOLA
What started as a way to continue a serving at a neighborhood bar has now turned into a way to give back to the community with more than a drink.
Entertainment, New Orleanians, Politics/Government, Social Causes
When it's time to get the message out, Mayor LaToya Cantrell has enlisted the help of multiple local social media influencers to help spread the word -- one that's come...
Community Groups, Social Causes, Volunteering
They say charity begins at home and local crafters have taken to their sewing machines to sew handmade cloth masks for people hoping to add an extra barrier of protection...
Environmental Causes, News
Students gathered their belongings as local universities transitioned to online courses and area businesses began announcing closures due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Environmental Causes, Mardi Gras
Is a greener, plastic-free Mardi Gras possible? Sustainability advocates are optimistic, though they acknowledge it will require a major cultural shift. The answer is more complicated for krewes and riders.
New Orleanians, Social Causes, Volunteering
What started out as a yearly effort to give back to those less fortunate has snowballed, via friends and social media, into something much bigger.