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Timberlane Golf Course: A Legend Revived

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have seen more players than ever. One course in particular, Timberlane Golf and Recreation, has made quite an impressive comeback. A Classic Course. Located on the Westbank in Gretna, the small country club (open to the public) has made an incredible effort to revive a beautiful course. In the late

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Improve Your Groove At These Amazing Local Dance Classes

Dance Quarter offers classes that range from four weeks in length, all the way to 10 weeks. Its next seven-week series starts May 13 at a price of $100 per person, or $185 for two people or two courses. For a list of drop-in classes and multi-week courses being offered, check out their calendar! Dance Quarter.

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Exploring JPL Digital Content New Orleans

When: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Where: East Bank Regional Library at East Bank Regional Learning Center Come find out about …

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The Last Suppers: Tujague's Last Dinners At Its Historic

Tujague’s, the second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans, un-shuttered its doors at 823 Decatur St., where it has operated since 1914, for a special five-night dinner series with its traditional five-course menu in late June. It will formally reopen, bigger and …

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What's Happening In (virtual) New Orleans This Week: Dec 14-18

Join the National World War II Museum staff on social media to discuss interdisciplinary strategies and practices to engage students in activities that help to develop their critical thinking in social studies and science courses.

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New Orleans City Park Hidden Spaces You May Not Know About

Now zoned as an area for “passive recreational use,” the Wisner Tract was once home to one of three golf courses in City Park. After Hurricane Katrina, however, the area was left to grow wild, untouched by human intervention. The only evidence that it was once a golf course are the sprawling, now decaying concrete pathways where golf carts

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Know Your NOLA Archives Page 2 Of 22 New Orleans

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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Tribe Yard Yoga New Orleans

TRIBE YOGA THURSDAY REMIX: MARCH 20 - MAY 24!(Go enjoy YLC Wednesday at the Square you music lovers)Every week, NOLA Tribe Yoga brings #goodvibesonly to one of the best spots to practice yoga in New Orleans: The Tribe Yard. We're here not only to offer 55-minutes of all-levels, pumped up yoga but also to create a fun-loving community of yogis.

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Robin Barnes New Orleans

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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#Brunchfaced: Nole' Takes You On Vacation With Flavors

Even better than the mango, peach, and lime sangria I make every spring. A “hot damn” echoed across the table with each first sip. It was the perfect cool drink to get us started, and honestly, we wished we could sub our food for just three courses of sangria.

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Q&A: 'That Actor Guy' Martin Bats Bradford On 'Tales From

My whole life I was taking acting summer camp and courses in school. It was a thing that’s always been with me. What was your first big thing where you were thought, Wow, I really might be “that actor guy”? Honestly, the ‘that actor guy’ thing came from Dillard. I was always one of …

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Sports/Outdoors Archives New Orleans

When making a list of things to do in New Orleans, golf isn’t an activity at the top of most lists. During the pandemic, courses all over the city have

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Becoming American In Creole New Orleans 1896–1949 With

As such, it offers intersectional engagement with subjects that have historically fallen under the purview of sociology, anthropology, and critical theory, including discourses on whiteness, métissage/métisajé, and critical mixed-race theory.About the AuthorDarryl Barthé Jr. is a writer and researcher who has taught courses in history and

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Bougier Than Brunch: Réveillon Dinner At The Country Club

As with many traditions, Réveillon has been modernized, and many restaurants are serving prix fixe dinners with three or more courses throughout the month of December. I decided to take this opportunity to dine at The Country Club. The name alone sparked my interest, so I put on my velvet fur duster and sashayed my way inside this Bywater gem.

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Funkin' It Up With Big Sam New Orleans

Smaller neighborhood markets allow locals a safe alternative to the larger crowds we’ve grown accustomed to during a regular festival season and …

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Chris Christy's Band New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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CHEF ISAAC TOUPS UNVEILS COUNTER CLUB BRUNCH SERIES AT

The original Counter Club monthly off-menu dinner series at Toups South has reaped back-to-back sold out success since launching in September of 2017. Now, Chef/Owner Isaac Toups is unveiling the first Counter Club Brunch on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 11AM. Held exclusively at the restaurant’s exhibition kitchen counter the second Sunday of every month, guests can enjoy four courses

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Hey Y'all Art Talk New Orleans

Hey y’all! Please join us for a deep dive exploring the richness and diversity of Southern art and artists. You’re welcome to join in participatory discussions about the art, or sit back, look and listen. The choice is yours! Every First Thursday at noon, Museum Educator Sara Echaniz will facilitate an in-depth conversation about art and artists from Ogden Museum’s permanent collection

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What's Going On In (Virtual) New Orleans This Week: Nov

Join the National World War II Museum staff on social media to discuss interdisciplinary strategies and practices to engage students in activities that help to develop their critical thinking in social studies and science courses.

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Eric Marshall, Author At New Orleans

Eric Marshall is originally from Houston, and has lived in New Orleans for the last five years. He has his masters in Public History from UNO and has worked as a cook, teacher, and tour guide in the city.

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Gauche New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Shotgun Jazz Band New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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WIZ KHALIFA Plus CURREN$Y New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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An Evening With The Sexes New Orleans

Getting there. 1701 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, New Orleans, LA. Get directions. Get a ride with Uber. Get a ride with Lyft. More Info. EventBrite. Poetry+Conversations. Women and men will have thought provoking conversations during a live podcast taping, then …

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Get Brunchfaced: Messina's Brings Reveillon Dinner To Brunch

Reveillon dinners are making a comeback across the city, but the bougier-than-brunch option can a little daunting for a first-timer. Most Réveillon options come with 4-plus courses, and aren’t cheap, averaging $40-$60 per person.

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Andy Forest New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Ari Teitel, Jennie Lavine And Jacob Gartenstein New Orleans

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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Borsodi's Poetry Hour New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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NOLA-based Artists, Stores For Social Distancing Retail

Instagram. Wild Fox Medicine is a small, women-run embroidery business. In addition to running a booth at the Palace Market on Frenchmen a few times a week, they sell patches at various local boutiques that have also closed due to COVID-19. As a …

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Andy J. Forest Treaux New Orleans

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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MINO Cocktails At The Carver New Orleans

Join Us at the Historic Carver Theater on Juneteenth Cocktails, Bites and Entertainment Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | 5:00-8:00pm Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day is an American holiday that pays tribute to the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former …

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La Adorna: Shining A Rainbow Light Through Costumes, Community

Brittany Schall could do anything that she wants to do with her art. Her art is powerful, personal, photorealistic and astoundingly skillful. What she chooses to do with it is bring joy, bring playfulness, and shine a rainbow light through her wearable art fashion line, La Adorna. She is one of the collaborators on the epic Bywater popup art installation, JAMNOLA, and she has been running

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Brew Orleans: Don't Like Beer

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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Electric Yat Quartet With Andre Bohren New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Pontchartrain Conservancy Storm Sweep Presented By Entergy

Pontchartrain Conservancy is hosting Storm Sweep as a month designated to clean up the Lake Pontchartrain Basin this May and to promote education about storm preparedness. Hurricane season is on the way, and we intend to be prepared! Together we'll remove trash and debris so that our catch basins can adequately route stormwater out of our neighborhoods and our waterways can be …

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Night People New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Derrick Smoker Trio New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Not Cooking For Thanksgiving Day

Not slaving over the stove on Thanksgiving Day? Well, we’ve gathered up a few options for you to still get in a good meal. You should definitely start whittling your choices down ASAP, because most restaurants require a reservation on holidays.

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Opening Reception For Process In NOCCA's Ken Kirschman

PROCESS Exhibition dates: September 5th - October 2nd, 2019 Opening: September 5th 6-8 pm The Process exhibition is meant to show what happens before a work of art reaches finality. Viewers are given the opportunity to see the artists' thought process while brainstorming before and throughout the creation of a piece. ARTISTS Anne Blenker Jamie Bourgeois Marcus Brown Sam …

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Fantastic Finger-licking Beignet Fest Dishes We Loved

During the pandemic, courses all over the city have Know Your NOLA, Literary Arts What building has the most stories? The Faulkner House Books, of course. Down an alley, just off Jackson Square, is a book lover’s sanctuary, where one can find a curated selection of Southern literature and classics. Located at 624 Pirates Alley, Faulkner

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Ochsner Neuroscience Career Fair New Orleans

Ochsner Medical Center is now hiring at this 600+ bed Magnet Status Facility. Register today and start your career journey with Ochsner!

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Orin Swift Cellars NOWFE Wine Dinner With Cafe Normandie

An officially sanctioned New Orleans Wine and Food Experience Wine Dinner with fine wines provided by Orin Swift Cellars.

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Monty Banks New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Tiffany Pollack W/Ed Barrett And Dean Zucchero New Orleans

Smaller neighborhood markets allow locals a safe alternative to the larger crowds we’ve grown accustomed to during a regular festival season and …

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All-Star Brass Band Tribute To Phil Frazier New Orleans

Here in New Orleans, we’re fortunate to live in a city that draws on the culinary traditions of many places. In the last few years, Indian cuisine has begun to

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Jazz @ The Blue Dog New Orleans

The Sheraton New Orleans — a long-time Jazz Fest headquarters hotel — will bring a new live jazz series to the famous Rodrigue Gallery on Friday and Saturday nights from 8 - 11 p.m. Kicking off this weekend, April 30 - May 1, Jazz @ the Blue Dog is a welcome addition to the downtown live music scene after a year of silenced venues and cancelled shows.

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