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6 hours ago

The The Sirens of New Orleans performing at the Private Ball

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6 hours ago

They donned their pirate garb and joined the Odyssey House Louisiana, Inc. for a night of adventure! OHL’s Pirate Ball is a swashbuckling good time filled with great food, libations, entertainment.

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11 hours ago

A little street flooding downtown Carondolet and Gravier. Are you staying dry?

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New Orleans, the Seattle of the South ☔️

That street always flood they a couple more like is bcs La toya no doing her job need to open and clean the Basins

When I move there, I'm going to start a business selling umbrellas cheaply. I'll make a fortune. LOL

come on now, you live here too, that's not flooding, that's puddles 🙂

Live on this block and it floods all of the time and even recently flooded the lobby of our building too.

Yazmin Treto

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NewOrleansLocal added 92 new photos — with Tonya Armbruster and 5 others at World War II Museum - New Orleans.
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2 days ago

Man & Woman of the Year - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (6/13/19)

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Man & Woman of the Year is philanthropic competition to support blood cancer research among a group of motivated and dedicated individuals in communities across the United States. Candidates form powerful fundraising teams and compete in honor of two local children who are blood cancer survivors.

The man and woman who have raised the most funds during the ten-week campaign are awarded the prestigious title of Man or Woman of the Year in their community. The man and woman who have raised the most across the entire US will be recognized as the national Man & Woman of the year.

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Congrats Allison Shapiro Dandry

NewOrleansLocal added 76 new photos — with Vanessa West Berg and Chad Berg.
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2 days ago

Soiree de Lumiere - Lighthouse Louisiana (6/13/19)

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On June 13, 2019 at 6:30 p.m., Arnaud's opened its magnificent Count's Ballroom to support Lighthouse Louisiana. Your table awaited for guests seated at their five course dinner prepared by the Chefs at Arnaud's restaurant and hosted by the Casbarian Family.

At Lighthouse Louisiana their mission is to empower people with disabilities through services, employment, and advocacy.

Their state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Gulfport create jobs for people who are blind. Proceeds from the sales of high-quality, commercially competitive products help fund services for people who are blind, Deaf, and who have other disabilities.

They help people get jobs, regain their independence, and challenge expectations of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Even as a century-old nonprofit, they are constantly evolving to better serve their community.
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NewOrleansLocal added 39 new photos — with Mary Fitzmorris Marcotte and 2 others at Chophouse New Orleans.
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4 days ago

Penfolds Wine Dinner (6/10/19)

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Penfolds Wine Dinner was hosted by John Lowe, Penfolds Ambassador. The magic of Penfolds begins in the vineyard. Penfolds vineyards are located primarily in South Australia on prime land throughout the state’s renowned viticultural regions. Throughout its history, Penfolds has owned and leased vineyards in addition to sourcing grapes from independent growers.After the success of early sherries and fortified wines, founders Dr. Christopher and Mary Penfold planted their vine cuttings they had carried on their voyage over to Australia. In 1844 the fledging vineyard was officially established as the Penfolds wine company at Magill Estate.
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NewOrleansLocal added 54 new photos — with Julie Cavignac.
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5 days ago

Culinary Fight Club - NOLA: Street Food Showdown (6/3/19)

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Local culinary talented Chefs competed for the title to be named the Best Street Food Chef in NOLA. Contestants went head to head using local flavors and seasonal products to create the best of the best Bites. Judges had the tough job of selecting the Champion and guests had the tasty honor of selecting the Taster's Choice winner. Culinary Fight Club challenged these contestants to Plate Up their most gourmet version of this comfort cuisine with limited fresh ingredients and resources in 60 minutes...
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NewOrleansLocal added 13 new photos — at New Orleans City Park.
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6 days ago

Cheers to the Dog Days of Summer! Dogs and dogs. The June Under the Moon party was a blast!

This party brought: Open beer bars, unlimited amusement park rides, food, vodka snoballs, give-a-ways, and more!

Dogs were admitted too this year! They were able to ride the train. The Louisiana SPCA was on hand with a photo-booth for you and your dog!

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I am so sorry I missed. I had to much to drink at the Krewe of Cork's Luncheon at Emeril's Delmonico and didn't woke up in time.

1 week ago

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That is amazing!! Wow!!

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1 week ago

Goodbye Dr. John, we know you are in the right place, but it's the wrong time. We will miss you. ... See MoreSee Less

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So sorry to lose this amazing talent. Your songs will live forever. Rest in Peace Dr. John.

Rest In Peace thank you for your music.

Erika Bowden

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New Orleanians will miss Dr. John. God rest his soul!!!!

It. must have been a time

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1 week ago

Stay dry out there! Rain on St. Charles Ave.

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Love New Orleans in the rain....

Yes but a rainy day in New Orleans is better than a day any where else

I miss you New Orleans.

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