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Creole Creamery Adapts to 'Social Distancing'

NEW ORLEANS - Business owners citywide are having to adapt to the new rules put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19, the highly contagious disease that’s disrupting economies worldwide. David Bergeron, owner of the city’s two Creole Creamery…

Supplying Krewes With Throws is a Year-Round Job

NEW ORLEANS - Before the Mardi Gras beads begin to fly each year, a lot of behind-the-scenes work goes into supplying the city’s thousands of parade riders with the trinkets, cups and toys they’ll throw to the jostling throngs. A…

Speakeasy-Style Bar Set to Open Under the Orpheum

NEW ORLEANS - The Orpheum Theater opened its doors as a vaudeville venue in the New Orleans central business district in 1918, three years before the city’s famed Double Dealer literary journal began publication. So it’s appropriate that the Orpheum’s…

Workers Remove History-Making Superdome Field

NEW ORLEANS - You’ve heard of tearing down the goalposts after a big win but this is ridiculous …  After the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday night, crews began taking down the goalposts and removing the field…

Glitter Feed: Nola Craft Culture Supplies City With Sparkle

NEW ORLEANS - However much you know about glitter, it’s a safe bet you know less than New Orleanians Nori Pritchard, Lisette Constantin and Virginia Saussy. These three are the sparkle-obsessed co-owners of Nola Craft Culture, a year-old business devoted…

Barrel Proof and Longway Host Christmas ‘Miracle’ Pop-Up

NEW ORLEANS - “Pop-up” cocktail bars have been popping up everywhere … and then sticking around. There have been cocktail events inspired by “Stranger Things” and “Star Wars.” Tiki “takeovers” are mainstays in cities around the world (including New Orleans).…

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Carol Markowitz – P.O.W.E.R.ful Women

  Q: How would you describe your business? The following is the University’s mission statement] Loyola University New Orleans, a Jesuit and Catholic institution of higher education, welcomes students of diverse backgrounds and prepares them to lead meaningful lives with…

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Q: How would you describe your business? Kiki Baker Barnes LLC is a certified John Maxwell speaker, trainer and coach committed to helping youth and young adults unlock their leadership potential.   Q: When did you launch?  August 9, 2016…

Rachel Hall Taravella – P.O.W.E.R.ful Women

  Q: How would you describe your business? “We offer beautiful clothing within an aspiration space at an affordable price”.  Our mission is to select beautiful, quality clothing from independent designers and private labels and make it available to women…

Allison Copeland Donnelly – P.O.W.E.R.ful Women

Q: How would you describe your business? Al Copeland Investments (ACI) is a privately owned restaurant company, and runs like family owned business. It includes 4 unique brands Copeland’s of New Orleans, Cheesecake Bistro, Batch 13 and Nolé. At all…

Lauren Prats – P.O.W.E.R.ful Women

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