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.
Renee Peck talks with attorney Andrew LeGrand, who worked on the food truck regulations passed a few years ago, to talk about Nola's new short-term rental ordinance, which takes effect April 1. They discuss the rules and what it means for locals. Read More »
Lindy's Place is an organization and a home for many women, and it embodies the spirit and love that Congresswoman Lindy Boggs lived in her everyday life. Renee Peck shares their story and the difficulties they now face. Read More »
Since 2011, Google Arts and Culture has been putting together a vast virtual museum using technology to take internet users into the collections of hundreds of institutions around the world. One of these Google partners is the New ... Read More »
We here at NolaVie love the quirky and the unique. When it comes to Black Friday, we just can't help but laugh in the face of anger, and we bring the joy of the holiday season to you as well. Read More »
NolaVie partners with Nola4Women to highlight stories about women in New Orleans, through its Women of New Orleans: Builders and Rebuilders initiative.This first look dives into the world of women, music, and New Orleans. Read More »
Continuing our "Book Fest Week" series, NolaVie headed into the library at Schaumburg Elementary School to read with Erin Martin's third-grade class. After reading Trombone Shorty, by New Orleanian, yes, Trombone Shorty, discussions focused on what students found exciting and interesting in his book. And, surprise: They were quite taken with ... Bo Diddley. Read More »