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Kenniece Johnson is Co-Editor for Miss A in New Orleans. She is a Louisiana native currently living in New Orleans, LA. Raised in a small town in south Louisiana, she moved to New Orleans to attend Dillard University. While there, Kenniece cultivated a deep love for English composition and literature and became a charter member of her school’s Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. Kenniece received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Dillard and has lived in NOLA every since. After three years as an event coordinator for one of NOLA’s most exciting tourist attractions, Harrah’s Casino and a brief stint in office administration for a local artist in residence program, Kenniece is now a stay at home mom to three beautiful little girls, including a set of twins. But ever on the quest to be a mommy mogul, . Kenniece runs her own blog, BabyCheapChic, dedicated to helping readers find great deals on everything from baby formula to back to school supplies. She is also an ambassador for Dishcrawl New Orleans, planning culinary adventures for the foodies of the "Cresecent City".

2014 Sugarplum Ball Benefiting Childrens Hospital


Photo Credit: Children’s Hospital New Orleans

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On Friday, March 28, 2018, Children’s Hospital of New Orleans will hold its annual black tie event, the Sugarplum Ball. Known for its extravagant themes and fashions and its delicious food, the Sugarplum Ball is without a doubt, one of New Orleans’s most sought after […]

19 Fund Benefit Concert In New Orleans To Aid Mother’s Day Shooting Victims

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Photo Credit: 19 Fund

Joie de vivre. I can think of no better phrase to describe the city of New Orleans. Our food, our music, our culture is celebrated every waking moment with an endless joy that isn’t close to being quantitative. And even when tragedy strikes, it is with that same spirit […]

Recap: Zoo To Do 2013 At New Orleans’ Audubon Zoo

Photo Credit: Kenniece Johnson

For two weekends in a row, the Audubon Zoo pulled out all the stops for two events that even Mother Nature couldn’t put a damper on.

On Friday, April 26, 2013 the Zoo held is Zoo to Do for Kids event. And let me tell you, a kid in a candy store has nothing […]

New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunches 2013

Photo Credit: Emeril's New Orleans

Mother’s Day is also known as Mother’s Day Off, right? For one day out of the year, mom gets to be fussed over and treated like a queen and not tend to her husband, children and possibly grandchildren in her typical fashion. This also means that mom stays out of the kitchen, which typically […]

The Audubon Institute In New Orleans Presents Whitney Zoo-To-Do

Photo Credit: The Audubon Institute

Voted “Best Local Charity Event” by Gambit’s Weekly‘s Best of New Orleans Reader’s Poll, the Audubon Institute’s Zoo-to-Do is the premier charity event in

Photo Credit: The Audubon Institute

New Orleans for both kids and adults. For two separate nights, the zoo shuts down for a party that rivals all parties, one catering […]

Recap: 1st Annual NOLA Vendy Awards

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On Thursday, March 13, 2013, foodies from every corner of the New Orleans area lined up around the block for the chance to taste some of the best street food the city had to offer at the Vendy Awards. The Vendy’s are the premiere fundraising event for the New York City based group the […]

Recap: Children’s Hospital Sugarplum Ball In New Orleans

The Old Ursuline Convent (Photo Credit: Kenniece Johnson)

On Friday, March 8, 2013, Children’s Hospital of New Orleans hosted its annual Sugarplum Ball. This sold out event took place at the historic old Ursuline Convent with proceeds benefiting the hospital’s Autism Center. Co- chaired by Christy Kane and Betsey Todd, the Sugarplum honoree was pediatric orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Andrew King.

The […]

Vendy Awards In NOLA To Benefit New Orleans Street Food Community

Photo Credit: Vendy Awards

Photo Credit: Vendy Awards

Taste some of New Orleans’s most delicious street food for a great cause! On March 13, 2013, at the New Orleans French Market, the Vendy Awards are coming to NOLA! The brainchild of New York City’s Street Vendor Project, a membership-based project with more than 1,500 active vendor members […]

Interview with America’s Next Top Model Finalist Victoria Henley At Fashion Week New Orleans

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I had the great pleasure of meeting America’s Next Top Model finalist, Victoria Henley during her modeling workshop held on Saturday, February 23, 2013 at the Eiffel Society. She was a wonderful instructor with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the modeling world. Even better, she was sweet as can be. No model […]

Recap: America’s Next Top Model Finalist Victoria Henley Hosts Modeling Workshop In New Orleans

(Photo Credit: Jason Kruppa)

On Saturday, February 23, 2013, America’s Next Top Model finalist Victoria Henley hosted a modeling workshop at the beautiful Eiffel Society.

(Photo Credit: Jason Kruppa)

Eight workshop participants received group and one-on-one instruction from Henley over the course of the day in a class that everyone found both informative and fun. The workshop […]

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