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Starting in mid-November, enjoy your PJ's Coffee a little more with beautiful holiday cups by Becky Fos. The New Orleans artist was commissioned by the coffee brand to create artwork for its holiday cups and a special tumbler this season. Read more

With Halloween done and dusted, our sights are set on the holidays. The Rink is helping New Orleanians get in the spirit by hosting "Rockin' Around the Rink," a collaborative shopping and entertainment program for all to enjoy. Read more

Enjoy the cooler temperatures and join the New Orleans Ballet Theatre for a free outdoor performance on Saturday, October 30. The show will be held at the University of New Orleans Amphitheater at 7 p.m. and attendees are welcome to bring blankets and refreshments to enjoy during the event. Read more

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In Debra Shriver's third book about the city of New Orleans and her first on Paris, she takes you on a journey of self-reflection — a sabbatical from her decades-long, high-powered life and career in New York City. With a one-way ticket to Paris, she did what is known in New Orleans as the F… Read more

Fall is here along with cooler temperatures and a season filled with events (finally!). NOCHI is also back to hosting its festive movie nights on its beautiful rooftop and invites all to enjoy a delicious feast while watching fun and seasonal films under the stars. Read more

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The New Orleans Museum of Art is celebrating educators by offering free admission through December 31, 2021. All Louisiana educators can enjoy this perk through the end of the year! Read more

With Halloween around the corner, we're looking forward to all things spooky in New Orleans. After stopping by Skeleton House on St. Charles Avenue and picking out the best pumpkins for carving, be sure to add these lively events to your calendar! Read more

While Jazz Fest has been postponed yet again, Commander's Palace is still festin' with an action-packed virtual wine and cheese party on Wednesday, October 13. The event will support the South Louisiana community still recovering from Hurricane Ida.  Read more

While life is starting to return back to normal post-Ida, relief efforts are still underway. Errin Witherspoon, a Canadian artist with a passion for painting New Orleans architecture, is doing her part through a small online auction taking place Friday, September 17. Her cheerful painting of… Read more

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Jamell Tate, a celebrated local photographer, will be sharing some of his recent work as well as his creative process at two events hosted by The Chloe. Tate is participating in the hotel's Artist in Residence series and is also a longtime employee of LeBLANC + SMITH. When he isn't behind th… Read more

LOVE in the Garden, a beautiful and fun outdoor event presented by Hancock Whitney, returns to the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This year's festive event will take place Friday, September 24 and will include the best of the city's food, beverag… Read more

The Historic New Orleans Collection's latest exhibition John Clemmer: A Legacy in Art is officially open, and the museum is celebrating with a special event. On Friday, July 30, there will be an opening reception for the exhibition and catalog from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Seignouret-Brulatour building. Read more

Start your weekend off on a musical note with Stooges Brass Band! The New Orleans band will perform Thursday, July 15 during the release of Can’t Be Faded: Twenty Years in the New Orleans Brass Band Game, hosted by The Garden District Book Shop. Read more

For every individual who enjoys using dating apps, there is somebody that has grown fatigued of the "swipe culture." The Meetery, a new dating app based in New Orleans, is here to make dating fun and more efficient with its 15 minute method.  Read more

Already sick of the heat? The Helis Foundation is offering another option to stay cool this summer with Art & A/C! Every Sunday in July, Louisiana residents can enjoy free admission to Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans Museum of Art, and Contemporary Arts Center. Read more

Calling all photographers and photography enthusiasts! On Friday, June 25, the New Orleans Museum of Art's latest exhibition A Brief History of Photography and Transmission will be on view. From the daguerreotype to today's photographs that can be shared endlessly within seconds, the exhibit… Read more

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Looking for a pool to use this season? Most New Orleans hotels offer gorgeous pools as an amenity, but typically to be used by just hotel guests. These three pools allow local visitors to lounge for the day for a fraction of the cost of a room. Save the staycation for another time and take a… Read more

BUKU Music + Art Project has returned this year in a new one-time-only iteration in October. BUKU: Planet B is an alternative way to experience the festival, with a smaller size that still packs a major punch. Over 50 acts will perform against the backdrop of the haunting Market Street Power… Read more

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Experience amazing art this weekend with The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans and Old No. 77 Hotel. Separately, the two hotels are hosting visiting artists, and the public is invited to view their respective collections. Read more

Adore brings you the best in parties, personalities, fashion, and food with the spotlight on the stylemakers, artists, and designers that make it all happen. Join us as we celebrate with a look back at some of our favorite stories. Here's to another five years of discovering all the best tal… Read more