Books and Beasts: Fundraiser for SoFAB Culinary Library

It’s not news that in New Orleans, everything centers on food—and that includes books.  New Orleans Public Library has partnered with SoFAB (Southern Food and Beverage Museum) to create the first-ever culinary library branch of NOPL as a satellite branch, … Continue reading

Southern Food and Beverage Museum – New Orleans

You’ve probably never been to a museum dedicated to food and beverages before.   In fact, it’s almost certain you haven’t, unless you’ve been to Southern Food and Beverage Museum at Riverwalk Marketplace .  The Southern Food and Beverage Museum … Continue reading

Remembering New Orleans ‘ Irish Immigrants

New Orleans is built upon layer after layer of strata, and its population followed suit.   The current Pontchartrain Expressway, running from Pontchartrain Boulevard to the Union Passenger terminal, located at Loyola Avenue, was built along the route formerly known as New … Continue reading

Zulu’s Social Aid and Pleasure Club

Nobody who’s ever been to Mardi Gras forgets seeing the Zulu parade on Mardi Gras morning.  Elaborate floats carry men dressed in tribal attire, like grass skirts, and wearing colorful warrior makeup, who throw prized gilded coconuts and other trinkets … Continue reading

Become Artfully AWARE

Becoming Artfully AWARE: Linking Local and International Communities through the Arts. The special event will be held at New Orleans Museum of Art Friday, February 3rd, 5pm – 10pm Hear live music by Irvin Mayfield Jazz Playhouse’s Musical Director, Michael Watson, and be amazed … Continue reading

Street Artist’s in the French Quarter

From human statues to fortune tellers, New Orleans is the number one place to  experience the most unique street performers in the world. Visitors can find  some of the most interesting types of street artists year round. Painters, cartoonists, tarot … Continue reading