Monthly Archive : 2014 September


#CharacterADay VIDEO: Hug the turn

Every Tuesday for the next month, we will feature a guest blog and video from New Orleans-based comedian CJ Hunt's #CharacterADay series, a project of solo comedy videos that depicts a different fictional character. In today's feature, Hunt ... Read More »

Nola Studiola dispatch: Marin Sardy

As part of a new content partnership with Nola Studiola, a collaborative online platform where various artists -- visual and literary -- curate the site with their own content for month-long "residencies,” we will feature monthly “dispatches” from ... Read More »

NOLA APPtitude: Daily specials at your fingertips

“I’m always asking people, ‘What brought you here?’” says restaurateur Tony Tocco. “And seven out of 10 say yelp. And six out of 10 are using it to pollinate their opinion. Crowd sourcing of opinion will always be around, but I thought, ‘There’s gotta be a better way.’” So Specialus was born. Read More »

Food Porn: A tale of two sushis

  The Crescent City is, of course, world-renowned for its culinary scene, and justly so.  We're home to dishes you simply cannot find anywhere else in the world, and if you do, they're often pale facsimiles of the ... Read More »

NOLAbeings

Multimedia artist Claire Bangser created NOLAbeings as a portrait-based story project that marries image and text. Inspired by the Humans of NY project, it stems from the belief that we can all learn from one anothers' stories. Primarily ... Read More »

Good eating off the beaten path

Marksville has never been a tourist destination. True, it is a charming town next to a nature preserve and the Tunica-Biloxi Indian Reservation, and it is steeped in Louisiana culture. But before 1994, out-of-towners really wouldn’t have had ... Read More »

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