NolaVie Presents : Women


A century of fine art and antiques

For the past 102 years, M.S. Rau Antiques has been selling rare and precious objects from its landmark store on Royal Street. It is not only the second-oldest art and antique gallery in New Orleans, but also, according ... Read More »

The HUB: Women's cycling series

This time last year, a small group of female riders hit the streets bright and early to bike 65 miles together in the sweaty Southern summer. It was just one of many 100-kilometer rides taking place all over the world as part of the Rapha Women’s 100. This year, in addition to a great new route and more riders, New Orleans has an entire Women’s Cycling Series that will culminate with the second 100k event on Sunday. Read More »

UNO documentary: Ladies arm wrestling in New Orleans

NO LAW (New Orleans Ladies Arm Wrestling) is a not-for-profit, all-women-identified collective that organizes, produces, and participates in tournament-style arm wrestling competitions. Building off of New Orleans' deep love and roots in costumery and performance, NO LAW's competitions ... Read More »

The women of Jazz Fest

The overriding WOW factor that jumped out most strongly when the 2012 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival lineup was released was the caliber of both the newer and established female artists in the lineup. This year Jazz ... Read More »

Women get in on Southern Decadence

For much of its 40-year history, Southern Decadence was a male-dominated event. Well, no more. When a small female drag show in 2009 attracted more than 300 people, it became clear that there is a demographic for women-oriented ... Read More »

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