Becoming American: The Musical Journey At St. Louis Cathedral In New Orleans

St. Louis Cathedral (Photo Credit: www.lpomusic.com

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and the Historic New Orleans Collection announce the sixth annual “Musical Louisiana: America’s Cultural Heritage”. This is a free concert, open to the public designed to draw attention to Louisiana’s contribution to classical music.

St. Louis Cathedral (Photo Credit: www.lpomusic.com

Each year the series examines the musical arts as […]

Third Installment Of Fun Under the Frescoes Concert Series In New Orleans

The third installment of Fun Under the Frescos will take place this Wednesday at St. Alphonsus Church in the Irish Channel. Concert goers will be treated to the hypnotic voice of Margie Perez, the Indie label recording artist will perform with fellow Honeypots: Lynn Drury and Monica McIntyre. The songstress oozes quintessential New Orleans […]

The 6th Annual All-State Fan Fest in New Orleans Brings in the Bowl Game Fun

Photo Courtesy of All-State Sugar Bowl

The party doesn’t stop in New Orleans after we ring in the new year on December 31st. In fact, its gets bigger over the next two weekends as the city holds both the 78th Annual Allstate Sugar Bowl and the 2012 Allstate BCS Championship .

Fans will […]

Zoo Year’s Eve At New Orleans’ Audubon Zoo

Looking for a great way to ring in the new year with your little ones? Try Zoo Year’s Eve at the Audubon Zoo. This is a great way to celebrate New Year’s Eve with children who are too young to party until the clock strikes midnight. On Dec. 31, 2011 from 10:30am to 1pm, […]

Petite Priss Spa Parties: Building Young Girls’ Confidence One Birthday At A Time

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Growing up in this ever changing world can be tough for a young girl. Constantly bombarded with negative images in the media while struggling against peer pressures to fit in, they deal with so many more issues than girls of past generations. Girls as young as kindergarten age have reported feelings of depression, lack […]

Fun Under The Frescoes Concert Series At St Alphonsus Church In New Orleans

Photo Credit: stalphonsusneworleans.org

Photo Credit: stalphonsusneworleans.org

The Friends of Saint Alphonsus (FOSA) announces the premiere season of the Fun Under the Frescoes concert series. The St. Alphonsus Church located at 2025 Constance Street in New Orleans, will host four performances from this season. The shows will start on Wednesday, November 16 from 6 to 8 p.m., […]

Recap: 27th Annual Signature Chefs Gala Benefiting The March Of Dimes

Photo Courtesy of Kenniece Johnson

Sauteed Shrimp with Andouille Grits and Smoked Tomato Aioli from Chad Penedo of the Court of Two Sisters (Photo Credit: Kenniece Johnson)

Bravo TV’s Top Chef had nothing on the March of Dimes Signature Chefs Gala: A Black Bib Event. Held at the New Orleans Marriott on November 4, 2011, this event served […]

The Emeril Lagasse Foundation Presents Boudin And Beer In New Orleans

November 11th Boudin and Beer (Photo Credit: www.BoudinandBeer.com)

November 11th Boudin and Beer (Photo Credit: www.BoudinandBeer.com)

The Emeril Lagasse Foundation announces the first-ever Boudin & Beer, a charity food and music event, presented by Abita Beer and hosted by Emeril Lagasse with Chefs Mario Batali and New Orleans’ own Donald Link on Friday, November 11th at 8:00 pm. Boudin & Beer […]

Petal Pizzazz: Unique Accessories For Female New Orleans Saints Fans

Candace modeling Petal Pizzazz accessories (photo courtesy of Petal Pizzazz)

Candace modeling Petal Pizzazz accessories (Photo Credit: Petal Pizzazz)

Football may be a man’s game but there is no doubt that it is stocked full of female fans. And the New Orleans Saints “Who Dats” have quite the female following. These fans love to support their home team and look good doing it. […]

The 27th Annual Signature Chefs Gala Benefiting New Orleans March Of Dimes

In the NICU holding both girls for the first time. (Photo courtesy of Kenniece Johnson)

26 weeks pregnant with twin girls, I entered East Jefferson Hospital to be treated for what I thought was a stubborn cold and perhaps dehydration. Little did I know, my family’s entire world was about to spin on its end. What started out as routine procedures quickly turned into worried faces and frantic movements […]

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