Krewe Du Vieux rolls out into the streets of New Orleans on Saturday, January 23, 2016.
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Image Courtesy of Arc of Greater New Orleans First, Liberty's Kitchen is a 3-month work readiness program supporting local youth between the ages of 16-24 who are unemployed and out of school. They provide their participants with training that will help them into gaining...
As social creatures, humans all have a need for some sort of companionship and animals are perfect for filling that role if you are dedicated to taking care of them and showing them respect. Here in New Orleans, we love our pets so much that we throw parades for them! To show your furry friends some love, you have to make sure that you have the best supplies to keep your cat, dog, etc. happy and healthy. In honor of National Pet Day on...
First, have you ever been to a drag brunch?! This Saturday, March 27, head to The Cannery for its Kookie & the Queens drag brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Themed "The Next Best Thing to an Easter Parade", enjoy brunch, bottomless mimosas, and an exciting drag show. There'll even be an Easter scene selfie-wall! 3803 Toulouse St., 504-486-8351, cannerynola.com. Next, enjoy a meal in the beautiful outdoor courtyard at Cafe...