Renee Peck, editor of NolaVie, worked for 32 years as a feature editor and writer at The Times-Picayune. Among her past titles are Food Editor, Entertainment Editor, TV Editor, Assistant Living Editor, and Home and Garden Editor. Her This Mold House column chronicled with humor and inexpertise her rebuilding efforts post-Katrina. Her Big Easy Living column for NolaVie explores the way we live in this always entertaining but sometimes uneasy city. Email her at Renee@nolavie.com.
There’s a new destination for NolaVie readers, and we’re pumped about it. Soon, the NolaVie website will become VIANOLAVIE, marking a new stage in our journey. VIA – by way of – stems from the Latin for road. And ... Read More »
In celebration of the city’s upcoming Tricentennial, NolaVie and New Orleans Historical bring you the series Who Did it Better: New Orleans Then and Now. In it, we look at offbeat aspects of the city’s history and their parallels in the present. Today we give you: Big Easy Bikes. Call it a story about recycling.
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Gaudet was one of the behind-the-scenes organizers of the Cajun Navy, a grassroots boat rescue effort that revved up in response to the 2016 Louisiana flooding, then returned to duty after Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and is now poised to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Florida. Read More »
New Orleans is a city of stories, stories about individuals, places and happenings that weave a collective tapestry of a rich and colorful past. Students in the history department of the University of New Orleans have been spinning ... Read More »
Some innovative educators in New Orleans are rethinking high school. When New Harmony High opens next year, it won’t look or act much like your conventional brick and mortar institution. That’s because it will be situated beside and ... Read More »
Salads used to be an aside or even afterthought to the meal. These days they’ve taken center stage as entrees, often with complex combinations and innovative ingredients. French native and New Orleans transplant Jean-Mark Sens is an authority ... Read More »
Abby Stern has made the transition from La. to L.A. with, well, capital letters. The New Orleans native is in town this week for a series of book signings for her debut novel, According to a Source, an ... Read More »