Kathryn Parker has been at the helm of the Crescent City Farmers Market for just one year. Taking over from the orgnaization's original leader, Richard McCarthy, who went on to become the Executive Director of Slow Food ... Read More »
These days, when you drive or walk the length of General Pershing from Broad Street toward South Claiborne, you can tell something is growing there.
There in Broadmoor, in the heart of New Orleans, a community is rebuilding itself.
On what was the largest concentration of blight in the neighborhood, construction is underway for an 11,500-square-foot Arts and Wellness Center, a space that will provide quality arts enrichment and improved vitality to over 350 community members daily. Read More »
Justin Shiels is working on the next issue of GoInvade, his creative lifestyle magazine, at a bare and exposed studio space in the budding central city neighborhood of New Orleans. Working alongside him are creative companies Bats on ... Read More »
New Orleans prides itself on offering an unparalleled selection of live music every night of the week, due in large part to the multitude of living legends who continue to earn their keep gigging around town. However, the ... Read More »
In New Orleans, “shop local” typically refers to the most literal meaning of the idiom: to support people and their respective businesses within the greater New Orleans area. One entrepreneur, however, has expanded upon the Big Easy’s interest ... Read More »
Editor's note: Writer and photographer Robert Warren likes to tell stories. With pen and lens. In a new partnership with NolaVie, he will offer each month a bit of background on one of his in-depth photo stories about ... Read More »
Ask any born-and-raised New Orleanian and they’ll tell you: where you grow up matters. The people of this city have always prided themselves on their neighborhoods, whether it’s Broadmoor or Treme, the French Quarter or Holly Grove. Although ... Read More »
It's trailing two o'clock on a Friday afternoon in the Central Business District of New Orleans, a downtown neighborhood that was once quiet and desolate in the years of the city's rebuilding efforts. The I.P. or 'intellectual property' ... Read More »