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Favorite Things in NOLA 2013

The categories are: Food & Beverage, Music & Entertainment, Culture, Shopping and Giving & More. Anything named previously in my Favorite Things in NOLA 2012 is marked with an Asterix*. Most items have links to their site, but if you’d like to know more, use the search window on the right to find photos, videos, history and stories.

This year, I’ve added a gallery of photos. The first photos are of items listed and the last half are of stuff I love in New Orleans from Creole tomatoes to Ashley the Traffic Tranny.

I’m also revealing Your Favorite Posts of 2013.

3 – Saints Soundtrack Vol. 2

2 – Street Musicians – Tanya and Dorise

1 – Endymion Extravaganza – My First Ball! – which is also your favorite post of all time. Continue reading


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NOLA Fashion Week

Before New Orleans was Hollywood South, home to the Saints or even the birthplace of jazz, it was America’s port for all things fashionable. Ships would bring finery from all over the world and chandeliers, fabrics and the latest hats from France. Louisiana was all the King of Cotton, providing cotton to our own country and the world. With all of the amazing food, music and art coming from New Orleans, it was only a matter of time before fashion designers found their voice here as well. Continue reading

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