Archive | November, 2011

Chef Duke’s Foundation for Kids Keeps Giving Back

Chef Duke’s Foundation for Kids invites you to come celebrate the Christmas spirit of giving with Chef Duke at Chef Duke’s Café Giovanni, 117 Rue Decatur Street, 529-2154, on Saturday, December 3, 2011, 7:00 p.m. – till. Every year Chef Duke LoCicero puts on an incredible fundraiser to benefit the kids at the hospital that […]

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Cork & Bottle’s Celebrates the Holidays!

Special Holiday Shop & Sip Sparkling Wine Event Cork & Bottle, the boutique wine shop located in Mid-City’s American Can Company (3700 Orleans Avenue), announces “Tasting Tuesdays,” a series of wine, spirit and/or brew tastings set in either a formal seated setting or a casual, reception-style format. Reservations are recommended for casual tastings by calling […]

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New Orleans Society for Infectious Diseases Awareness (NOSIDA) to Host the 3rd Annual HIV Awareness Music Project (HAMP)

The New Orleans Society for Infectious Disease Awareness, Inc. (NOSIDA), a local New Orleans non-profit organization, has announced their lineup for the Third Annual HIV Awareness Music Project (HAMP). This year, NOSIDA hosts an exciting evening of diverse and local music dedicated to increasing HIV awareness in New Orleans. The event, planned for December 2nd […]

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BOYLESK! featuring the Stage Door Johnnies at the House of Blues

With The Evil Hate Monkey, Hot Toddy, Mistress of Ceremonies Cora Vette, and an appearance by the New Orleans Firefighters Award-winning male burlesque stars emphasize the masculine side of the tease with their sizzling surprise reveals, and tongue-in-cheek exploits! Straight out of meatpacking Chicago comes an abundance of beef in a sensational new burlesque show […]

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South Pacific Mesmerizes New Orleans

Review By Sheri M. Bleuler McKee~NOLA’s Party Girl With enchanting melodies of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific, the audience at Mahalia Jackson Theater seemed to be mesmerized by the Broadway musical. From “Some Enchanted Evening” to “Bali Hai,” locals were singing along to this classic theme that is as fresh today as it first debuted. […]

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Celebrating the “Jingle-Jangle” Season

Although Miracle on Fulton won’t be found this year due to Manning’s Restaurant being built, the holiday season is still very alive and well throughout New Orleans area. The next few weekends are full of some fun activities for kids and adults that will soon put you into the “Jingle-Jangle” spirit just like our beloved […]

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Royal Sonesta Hotel “Lights Up” Bourbon Street

Royal Sonesta Hotel’s “6th Annual Lighting of the Balconies” on Thursday December 1st at 6 p.m. With a ceremonial flip of the switch, thousands of twinkling lights will illuminate the hotel’s massive wrought-iron balconies. The Xavier University Gospel Choir will present a special holiday concert street-side. The Treme Brass Band will lead a Second-Line parade […]

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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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