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New road show @ VIANOLAVIE

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 »

UNO documentary: Julie Pieri of Petite Rouge coffee truck

NolaVie and UNO partner together to put students in the community and provide the community with documentary films about the people and places that make this city vibrant. UNO student and filmmakerMary Hafkesbring hops into the Petite Rouge coffee truck to learn its story and history. Read More »

Bring your own: "Recognize the Fear" by Nic Aziz

This story was told on January 12th, 2017 at the Circle Food Store, and later produced by Dana Bialek. The theme of the evening was “Where Does It Hurt?”. Here, Nic Aziz tells this winning story about coming back to his hometown of New Orleans after Katrina, and learning a lot about how others perceive him as he took in a city he didn’t recognize. Read More »

Up On A Pedestal: Margaret

The work: Margaret Haughery statue at intersection of Camp and Prytania streets in the Lower Garden District AKA: “Our Margaret,” “Bread Woman of New Orleans,” “Angel of the Delta” Born in Ireland in 1813, Margaret Haughery’s early life ... Read More »

Up on a Pedestal: The Fountain of the Four Winds

Welcome to “Up on a Pedestal!” I am delighted to bring you periodic tales of bronze and stone. This is the first in the series. One of New Orleans’ finest sculptors, Enrique Alfèrez, was born in 1901 in ... Read More »

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