Bulls Bats And Beer Ole’

Beware Of RollerBulls ! Saturday is NOLA Running of the Bulls, a popular Warehouse District race, usually held in July. This event was rescheduled this year after Tropical Storm Barry’s impending visit to our Louisiana coast on said scheduled weekend. NOLA Bulls website shared this announcement about postponing their race: “We come to you with […]

August is COOLinary Restaurant Month

Calling All Food Lovers!   Don’t miss out on the last two weeks of COOLinary! We all have to eat, right? Do you love to settle in and flat out ‘chow down” eat or possibly a graze a little here a little there? Perhaps an adventurous eater who loves to try new dishes or maybe […]

Saints Pre-Season In The Shadow of No Call

Back in Black…and Gold It’s been a long off-season for football fans. Especially those in Black and Gold. With the controversy surrounding that infamous “No Call” New Orleans Saints fans have been chomping at the bit and it is finally time to get back on the field, at home in the Dome.     The […]

Run Red Dresses Run

  Put On Your Red Dress, And Run       Have you ever wanted to put on a red dress and run around in New Orleans drinking and partying? Then make sure you sign up for the 2019 Red Dress Run. They put the fun in run! You must be 21 and wear some […]

Queork in the Quarter

The Most Interesting Shop In The Quarter   The French Quarter is a beautiful must see part of New Orleans. The architecture alone is worth a stroll through its three hundred year old streets. There are plenty of restaurants, art galleries and shops to visit, though some of the shops can get a bit redundant. […]

2015 Red Dress Run in New Orleans

Have you ever wanted to put on a red dress and run around in New Orleans drinking and partying? Then make sure you sign up for the 2015 Red Dress Run. You must be 21 and wear some version of a red dress but it doesn’t matter if you are a guy or a girl. […]

New Orleans, Mitch Landrieu And Robert E. Lee

With the murder rate climbing, pot holes big enough to loose a car in, fire fighters who can’t get their pensions, the Mayor of New Orleans thinks removing historical statues from well known sites around the city is a priority. While he is at it he is also pushing to rename streets, not fix them mind […]

New Orleans Riddled with Potholes and Crime

New Orleans is a wonderful city but like all things it requires constant up keep. Serious problems with streets as well as elevated crime has city neighborhoods and Nola lovers concerned over the neglect in both areas.     New Orleans locals are up arms about the various problems plaguing the Crescent City. Neighborhoods are mad because of the […]

New Orleans Saints Free Agency News

The 2017 Saints and Free Agency               There has been a little bustle activity in the New Orleans Saints camp in recent days. The big question is how much did the roster actually improve and which players will be in the crosshairs in the NFL draft?  With the first week […]

Pop The Cork At Effervescence

Grand Opening of the French Quarter’s New Champagne Bar   Pop The Cork At Effervescence     No putting the cork back in the bottle now. The cork is well and truly popped and the French Quarter’s very own Champagne bar is now open for business. Last night we had occasion to attend the grand […]