Author: Photos by Cheryl Gerber

Event: Biz 5 Year Anniversary

Kim Singletary and Kelly Massicot   Thursday, October 10 | Ernst Café Members from throughout the business community, along with past and present staff of the magazine, gathered to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Biz New Orleans Magazine at a…

Playing With Blocks

“Cocktails are moving back to the kind of quality and complexity last seen before Prohibition, and this was the kind of ice they were using,” says Chuck Avery, who launched Melt New Orleans in 2016. Using reverse osmosis filtered water,…

Angels Without Wings

The organization also helps with a family’s last-minute or miscellaneous needs, which can include things like WalMart cards, gas cards and even Visa cards to cover an insurance copayment. Seen on the right is Executive Director Mark Firmin. On four…

Saving the Square

    “I like to go to Congo Square because I always get to drum and take my shoes off and dance in a circle,” says Pinkie Harris, a 7-year-old student at Bricolage Academy. “The drums make my heart vibrate.”…

Event: 2019 CID Awards Gala

Eric Tanner, Sandra Corrigan and Michael Corrigan   Thursday, June 6 | Hyatt Regancy The Commercial Investment Division (CID) of the New Orleans Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® awards program included over 1,500 transactions and a combined $1.1 billion dollars in…

A Light in the Darkness

Lighthouse Louisiana When a group of businessmen came together in 1915 with the primary goal of providing meaningful employment for the blind, one of the first things they settled on producing was sturdy brooms. Since those early beginnings, the organization…

WOMEN IN BUILDING

What comes to mind when you think of a builder? The answer might have once been the traditional stereotype: a male construction worker wearing a hard hat, a bright vest and a toolbelt filled with supplies. But long gone are…

Event: Tulane Business Forum

Chris Ralston, Laura Plante and Tyler Nichols Tulane Business Forum Friday, September 21 | Ernest N. Morial Convention Center The 39th annual Tulane Business Forum again brought together more than 750 business professionals representing more than 200 companies. This year’s…

The Coolest Secret in Town

Anyone finding themselves at the corner of Gravier and Claiborne might observe a number of things: several parking garages, the towering belfry of St. Joseph’s church, the rush of overhead traffic and the distant conversation of students heading to class…