Monthly Archive : 2012 July


Trust Ryan Holiday, He’s Lying

In a day and age dominated by digital media, one’s sense of humor is measured by the amount of likes on a Facebook status, an article’s credibility is gauged by how many times it’s shared, and a journalist’s ... Read More »

UNO documentary: Art and music at NOMA

With the annual Julia Street bash about all things artful that is White Linen Night coming up on Saturday, it's timely to think about art and artists. And music, too. Artist Dario Robleto explores both in "The Prelives ... Read More »

NolaVie joins new nonprofit newsroom

NolaVie is pleased to announce that it will be contributing cultural, lifestyle and community content to a new nonprofit multimedia newsroom announced today by WWNO-FM, the local NPR public radio affiliate, in partnership with the University of New ... Read More »

Silver Threads: Rethinking what to wear

When the Olympics begin Friday, American sports teams will be wearing the white pants, blue jackets and blue berets created for the occasion by the Ralph Lauren design team but manufactured in China. And according to internet polls, ... Read More »

30 Under 30: Magasin Cafe

As a recent business school grad, I’m always on the lookout for great, affordable food and drink specials around New Orleans. So it was with the 30 under 30 mindset that a few friends and I recently headed ... Read More »

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