Archive | August, 2011

Lake Pontchartrain Harbor Marina Labor Day Event

Beaten by Hurricanes Katrina, Gustave and Ike, the Mariner’s Village Marina barely had a pulse. The channel was impassable, the docks were destroyed and only a few die-hards endured on their vessels. Now under new management and a new name, Lake Pontchartrain Harbor Marina (LPHM) is turning around. Frank Hijuelos, Harbor Master, reported that the […]

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STREET FARE DERBY presented by budweiser SEPT. 24

Food Trucks, Street Fare, Kermit Ruffins, Papa Grows Funk, Quarter Horse Racing and More at First-of-Its-Kind Event NOLAfoodtrucks.com and Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots will celebrate the culture of street food, food trucks, and beyond at the inaugural Street Fare Derby Presented by Budweiser on Closing Day of the track’s Summer Quarter Horse Meet, […]

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10th Annual Crescent City SEC Kickoff Party Benefiting Playworks New Orleans

Who: Crescent City SEC Kickoff Party, Inc What: Social Event Benefitting Playworks New Orleans When: Friday, August 26, 2011 8-11 pm Where: The 12 Bar on Fulton, 608 Fulton Street Why: “Kickoff” college football season in the south by bringing local fans and alumni together, along with supporting Playworks New Orleans working with our New […]

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The Roosevelt New Orleans Pays Tribute to Its Past with Re-creation of “Stormin’ of the Sazerac”

Ladies Lunch, Drink Specials and Hat Modeling Tops off Celebration The Roosevelt New Orleans will pay tribute to its remarkable and colorful past through the re-creation of the historic “Stormin’ of the Sazerac,” Friday, September 23, at 3 p.m. inside the hotel’s legendary Sazerac Bar. The event commemorates the 62nd anniversary of the first occasion […]

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Vintage 329 Supporting Friends of New Orleans Public Library

On the heels of the recent success of A Summer Reading Evening, a special event benefiting the Friends of New Orleans Public Library, Vintage 329 gallery owner Joey Sutton presented the first of many checks to FNOPL Executive Director Katelyn Castleberry and FNOPL Board President Scott Cunningham. The gallery owner is an avid collector of […]

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Alexis Marceaux National Album Release Show

August 26 The Allways Lounge Doors 9pm/Stage 10pm Orange Moon Official National Release – August 23, 2011 It’s fitting you might have caught a glimpse of Alexis Marceaux on Treme, HBO’s pantheon to New Orleans musicians. The soulful young artist is a lifelong New Orleanian, with credentials that best that of the cast. Her father […]

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FROM THE METERS TO MASTODON THE VOODOO EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BY STEPHEN REHAGE EXPANDS ITS BILL WITH A LOCAL FAVORITE AND A HARD ROCKING SOUTHERN QUARTET

ANNUAL HALLOWEEN WEEKEND MUSICAL CELEBRATION: OCTOBER 28, 29 AND 30 IN NEW ORLEANS CITY PARK From traditional New Orleans sounds to Southern metal, the line-up for 2011’s THE VOODOO EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BY STEPHEN REHAGE continues to reinforce its commitment to support music of all genres with the latest additions of local favorites The Original Meters […]

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New Orleans Events

Where Ya’t from NewOrleansLocal.com!!! You know you are a New Orleans Local if you know what I mean when I say ‘we’re makin’ groceries or I ask how’s your mam-ane’m’, and that’s who Brett and Cheryl Bauman and WVUE FOX8 are. New Orleans is a city that you just can’t help but fall in love with; from its history and culture, to its fine cuisine that can only be described as uniquely Nawlins. We wanted to give us Locals a single resource guide that describes all of the fascinating things that our city has to offer to us every day and we have done it through the creation of NewOrleansLocal.com. NewOrleansLocal.com is a New Orleans Event Calendar website that is designed on three words: Simple, Complete, and Local. New Orleanians have no single source to go to, to find out what is happening around in the city. Normally, we just ask our friends where they are going or try to sift through the endless internet. We have solved this problem with a simple-to-use Calendar. The calendar is arranged by events that are organized by date into categories such as Music, Food, and Festivals.  So, if you want to know what is happening this weekend in the music world, you can select the music category on the calendar and find out who is playing where in the city. If you don’t know what you want to do this week, you can check out our top picks for the week of fun things to do. If you have a fun event that you recommend, submit your event to us and we will add it to our calendar. It is that simple.

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