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I’m So NOLA I Bought a House

I am so New Orleans that I can never even think about living somewhere else. And that’s not a slogan or a social media gimmick. It’s just the truth.

City Park's historic Carousel gets a facelift

An interview with Casie Duplechain, Executive Director for Friends of City Park.

Soccer Considered: When the World Cup Runneth Over

In a world of conflict, considering the peaceful competition of the World Cup

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Joie d'Eve

Living, loving, laughing, and learning in the new New Orleans

I’m So NOLA I Bought a House

I am so New Orleans that I can never even think about living somewhere else. And that’s not a slogan or a social media gimmick. It’s just the truth.

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Haute Plates

Our weekly blog on the New Orleans fine dining scene

News You Can Use and Booze

A mish-mash of dining and drinking news

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Bon Vivant

Exploring finery, fun and the good life with New Orleans Bride editor Melanie Warner Spencer

Flower Power

Use blooms in your rooms to brighten the décor and the day.

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Happy Hour

All there is to sip and savor in New Orleans

Seasonally Sipping

Three cocktails that meet the summertime cool-and-refreshing criteria, with fresh ingredients and a different spirit for each recipe.

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Uptown Life

Lifestyles, Galas and Gaiety from St. Charles Avenue Magazine's Morgan Packard

Being Social But Never Looking Up

Embracing — and eschewing — technology and social media

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Sanctuary on the Water's Edge

Old Growth; New Luxury

Randall and Barbara King’s “Charpentier District” home is a Lake Charles treasure.

City Girl, Country Girl

Appeasing a city slicker on the farm


Haute Plates

Our weekly blog on the New Orleans fine dining scene

News You Can Use and Booze

A mish-mash of dining and drinking news

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Uptown Life

Lifestyles, Galas and Gaiety from St. Charles Avenue Magazine's Morgan Packard

Being Social But Never Looking Up

Embracing — and eschewing — technology and social media

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Nola Newbie

Dispatches from a New Orleans Newcomer

10 Things New Orleans Taught Me

New Orleans can teach a lot of life lessons, even in a short time.

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Joie d'Eve

Living, loving, laughing, and learning in the new New Orleans

I’m So NOLA I Bought a House

I am so New Orleans that I can never even think about living somewhere else. And that’s not a slogan or a social media gimmick. It’s just the truth.

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The Editor's Room

Weekly Commentary with New Orleans Magazine’s Errol Laborde

Soccer Considered: When the World Cup Runneth Over

In a world of conflict, considering the peaceful competition of the World Cup

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Happy Hour

All there is to sip and savor in New Orleans

Seasonally Sipping

Three cocktails that meet the summertime cool-and-refreshing criteria, with fresh ingredients and a different spirit for each recipe.

Comments


New Orleans Voices

Our City Talks Back

City Park's historic Carousel gets a facelift

An interview with Casie Duplechain, Executive Director for Friends of City Park.

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Bon Vivant

Exploring finery, fun and the good life with New Orleans Bride editor Melanie Warner Spencer

Flower Power

Use blooms in your rooms to brighten the décor and the day.

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The Lighter Side

Exploring the humor and peculiarities of the Big Easy

Time For Ice Cream

For New Orleans, the big summer treat is the snow ball, but there's nothing like good old-fashioned ice cream.

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Vintage Vows

Vintage-Inspired Gowns for the Southern Bride

Suit Trends for the Groom

When it comes to the groom and his men, it’s ok to sway from the traditional tuxedo.

Bridesmaid Dresses Your Friends Will Love

Things To Do: Top Picks

  • Family Ice Cream Social

    2014.07.26

    Visit Longue Vue for a family Ice Cream Social featuring ice cream from The Creole Creamery, a bounce house from Sir Bounce-a-Lot and a pet...

  • Amazing Urban Scavenger Hunt

    2014.07.06

    Turn New Orleans into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure.  Combine the excitement of the Amazing Race with a...

  • Avita's World Hepatitis Day

    2014.07.26

    World Hepatitis Day is part of Avita’s campaign to raise awareness about Hepatitis in Louisiana and worldwide. The event Saturday,...

  • Neighborhood Pet Adoption & Bake Sale

    2014.07.26

    Neighborhood Pet Adoption & Bake Sale, sponsored by the LA/SPCA will be held at Clearview Mall, located at 4436 Veterans Blvd., from...

  • Refrigerator Art Auction and Gala

    2014.07.15

    International School of Louisiana September 27, 2014 Generations Hall 310 Andrew Higgins Drive New Orleans, LA 70130 6 p.m....

  • Dying City

    2014.07.10

    In Christopher Shinn's play, a young therapist whose husband was killed while on military tour in Iraq receives an unexpected visitor on the...

  • Under the Boardwalk

    2014.07.11

    Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carré will present an encore production of the popular original musical revue Under the Boardwalk from...

  • Bantam Foxes

    2014.07.26

    Local rock band.

  • TNM's Megaphone Marathons

    2014.07.21

    A comedy marathon unlike any other, spanning two weeks and two cities! July 14th-20th: Austin, Tx and July 21st-27th in New Orleans. ...

  • New Orleans Daiquiri Festival

    2014.07.26

    The fest features performances by the Hot 8 Brass Band, the Original Pinettes Brass Band, Tank and the Bangas and more; family activities; a...

  • "Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home, 1492-1898"

    2014.06.20

    Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home, 1492–1898 is the first major exhibition in the United States to explore the...

  • Kirk Franklin Presents Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

    2014.03.16

    The new Gospel Brunch experience at House of Blues New Orleans features local talent performing both traditional and contemporary Gospel songs...

  • Yappy Hour on the Patio at Felipe's Mid-City

    2014.07.06

    Yappy Hour on the Patio at Felipe’s Mid-City, to benefit the LA/SPCA will be held at 411-1 N. Carrollton Ave. from 2:00pm-8:00pm.  ...

  • Rock, Ride & Rescue

    2014.07.27

    Rock, Ride & Rescue, to benefit the LA/SPCA Off-Site Adoption Team’s Heartworm Fund, the Greater New Orleans Therapeutic Riding Center...

  • An Evening of Jazz with the Lincoln Center Orchestra feat. Wynton Marsalis

    2014.07.27

    he Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis performs at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans onSunday, July 27, 2014. The...

  • City Putt at City Park

    2014.01.01

    City Putt is the only mini golf complex in New Orleans and is open all year. It is a 36-hole mini golf complex with two seperate courses, each...

  • French Classes: Second Summer Session

    2014.07.28

    The Second Summer Session of French language classes begins at the Alliance Française on July 28th. Language lovers of all levels are...

  • Where Y'Art: Art on the Rocks

    2014.01.01

    Every Thursday W New Orleans Hotel and Whiskey blue host Art on the Rocks. Thursdays from 5-8pm the artwork of local New Orleans artists is...

  • Hobnobber Event

    2014.07.31

    Sip and Socialize at the New Orleans Magazine's Hobnobber event at Pete's. Thursday, July 31, 2014 5-7 pm Pete's at...

  • 2014 New Orleans Antique Forum "Southern Expressions"

    2014.07.31

    Exploring the many facets of regional style with acclaimed experts in the field of decorative arts, the forum sessions take place at the...


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