October is our annual real estate issue and I’m excited to share what we’ve learned from local professionals that live this industry every day — from those working to revitalize neighborhoods and provide affordable housing, to those closing the biggest…
Biz The Magazine - October 2017
The basics of cellphone use at the office and in meetings
As we roll into October and look back on the events of the past months, there is a great need for support for those who’ve lost so much. I find myself actively giving to charities and people more than ever.…
Five winning strategies you can adopt today.
4 New Orleans Chamber of Commerce Women’s Business Alliance 5 to 7 p.m. Ruby Slipper 2802 Magazine St. NewOrleansChamber.org 5 Jefferson Chamber of Commerce Mayoral Luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Hilton New Orleans Airport 901 Airline Hwy., Kenner JeffersonChamber.org…
A post-Katrina boom has changed the way children in Southeast Louisiana are educated.
Education UNO Sees Largest Increase In Undergraduates in 8 Years The fall 2017 semester at the University of New Orleans has brought a 15 percent increase in enrollment of new freshmen and graduate students — the best year-to-year percentage change…
Vision problems become more common for those over 40. A look at some of the most common causes of vision loss and local resources that can help.
Alder Hotel Following a two-year renovation, the historic Bristow Tower next to Ochsner Baptist opened at the Alder Hotel on Sept. 12. The mid-century modern-style 90-room hotel at 4545 Magnolia St. is owned by the Valentino Hotel Group of New…
A look at the rules governing this newly legal income opportunity.
United Way of Southeast Louisiana- Northshore Flood Recovery Anniversary Friday, August 11 On the former Daily Star property in Hammond — site of last year’s UWSELA flood warehouse — an event was held to honor those that helped with the…
Non-narcotic pain relief options exist, and need to be considered.
The Bensons tackle a new project and the New Orleans brew comes home.
Dennis Lauscha, president of the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans, shares his personal pregame rituals, discusses his biggest pet peeve, and talks about the future of both teams and their stadiums.
StarBike brings a new twist on vacation rentals and New Orleans dining
New Orleans’ top real estate professionals share what excites and challenges them about the upcoming year.
Make the leap to Lambeau, Green Bay
AOS expands its downtown offices, transforming the space into a sleek and functional showroom.
With a new executive director comes a mission update for the New Orleans Film Society.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, now is the perfect time to make plans to join the New Orleans Mission in caring for the least fortunate among us.
Who was it? A rundown of the contenders.