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.
Destinations, Know Your NOLA, Lifestyle
The Baby Dolls formed a prayer circle underneath the Ancestor Tree in Congo Square at Louis Armstrong Park to observe Juneteenth on Saturday June 20, 2020 in the Treme neighborhood...
Food/Drink, Know Your NOLA
Locally grown fruits and veggies delivered to your door? Top Box Foods, Louisiana is a community-based nonprofit organization with the declared mission of making healthy food affordable and accessible to...
Know Your NOLA, Small Business
It might surprise you, but the smaller theaters might be better equipped to handle the pandemic than the big cinema giants.
The news of the closing of Cake Café and Bakery hit neighbors in the Marigny and surrounding areas hard. Many lamented the loss of the quaint café where the owners...
Know Your NOLA, Live Music
The idea of “For The Culture” is to create a network, a family of New Orleans-based musicians, in many genres, one live stream at a time.
It’s not yet clear how and when theaters, arenas and similar venues will re-open amid COVID-19.
Art Museums, Know Your NOLA, New Orleanians
The Louisiana artist may choose to keep his identity a secret but you can get to know him through his influences and through his work, which has cropped up everywhere...
There is no denying that New Orleans Record Press records look good. They print in every color, every opacity, psychedelic patterns and they even offer recycled records, which are remade,...
Haunted NOLA, Know Your NOLA
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: a priest and a dog walk into a cemetery… and never leave.