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Bibliophiles everywhere can rejoice in a new month of fresh releases to tuck into. From chick lit to biographies, November delivers plenty of captivating material. We narrowed down the list to three books—all written by females—that are worth picking up at Garden District Book Shop. Happy reading!  Read more

Spooky season continues with a special screening presented by The Historic New Orleans Collection. On Tuesday, November 5th, The Phantom of the Opera (the silent one) will be shown with music by pianist Pierre Queval. The French-born musician, who was the young-artist-in-residence at the St.… Read more

Working on Saturdays in the Fall has become the new normal for Emily Villere Dixon. She's in her eighth season as the coordinator of offensive operations for the LSU Football team, while also serving as a multi-media reporter for LSUsports.net. On a weekly basis, she interviews head coach Ed… Read more

It's no secret that New Orleans loves Halloween. As the most haunted city in the country, it's no surprise that residents do their part to keep the spirit alive with incredible displays throughout the month. While most add a few pumpkins and skeletons to their lawn or porch, others take it t… Read more

Looking to become more involved in the arts? The New Orleans Opera Association has three membership groups worth considering. Each is open to both opera beginners and super fans, and offers calendars filled with events and social opportunities. Whether you're hoping to give back to the arts … Read more

Justin Devillier of La Petite Grocery and Justine has another venture he can add to his extensive resume. His debut cookbook, The New Orleans Kitchen: Classic Recipes and Modern Techniques for an Unrivaled Cuisine, is officially available for purchase. The James Beard Award-winning chef and … Read more

While CBD products have become extremely normalized in recent years, there is still misinformation about the phyto-cannabinoid (especially with multiple changes with state laws on the topic). Crystal Nugent and her team at Your CBD Store are here to fix that. Upon arrival to one of the three… Read more

Juggling work, family, and self-care isn't for the faint of heart. Maureen Stevens, an interior designer and stylist, says she's still mastering the art. Stevens splits her time between New Orleans and Austin, and is actively working on her 150-year-old Marigny home in between client project… Read more

Easy Does It, a retro road trip flick, will premiere at the New Orleans Film Festival on Friday, October 18th. The evening will also serve as the hometown debut for New Orleans-based director Will Addison, who graduated from University of New Orleans and was active in their film school. The … Read more

With cooler temperatures (for now at least) and Halloween swiftly approaching, New Orleans has fully embraced all things spooky. From visiting "Skeleton House" on Saint Charles to dining at haunted spots like Cavan or Muriel's, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate the holiday. Belo… Read more

The New Orleans Museum of Art's most anticipated event of the year is just weeks away. The Odyssey Ball returns Friday, November 15th and raises the funds necessary to support the museum's exhibitions and educational programs. This year's bash is themed Mystère Louisiane. Read more

Shuck Cancer, presented by Latter & Blum and hosted by Superior Seafood, is returning for a second year to Napoleon Avenue this November. The funds raised from the lively oyster-filled fete will benefit the American Cancer Society's local Access to Care Program. Read more

Hunter Cole, an artist and scientist, will give New Orleanians the chance to experience both art and science at the same time. Her interactive event titled GLOW: An Illuminated Living Art Experience, will be held Thursday, October 10th from 6-10 p.m. at the Zeitgeist Theatre. Read more

"Carmen is the one you have been warned about. And you still fall in love," reads the description by New Orleans Opera. The famous French opera set in Seville, Spain will be performed Friday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 6 at 2:30 p.m. at Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Perform… Read more

Mark your calendars: New Orleans Auction's next big estates sale starts Saturday, October 12th. The two-day event features over 900 items from five estates and includes everything from diamond earrings to larger items like armoires and chaises. Anglophiles will be delighted by the fine Engli… Read more

The start of a new month means a fresh set of books to dive into. From first time memoirs to collections of short stories, October's newcomers are already creating well-deserved buzz. Pick up one of these three books the next time you visit Garden District Book Shop! Read more

Call all Patrick Swayze fans! The Inaugural New Orleans Swayze Fest takes place this Saturday, September 28th and will celebrate the life of the late actor. Popping up at Petit Rouge Cafe, guests will commemorate the Dirty Dancing star with a movie screening, costume contest, trivia about th… Read more

NOMA's first event of the Fall is finally here! The annual Love in the Garden party takes place this Friday, September 27 in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. Between enjoying delicious fare from restaurants like Apolline and Galatoire's Restaurant, guests will dance under the … Read more

New Orleans Fashion Week is in full swing! The ninth annual event gathers Southern designers, models, glam squads, and more to New Orleans to congregate for a week of events, shopping experiences, and of course, runway shows. NOFW also serves as a catalyst for talented Southern designers. Th… Read more

After taking a summer break in August, FAIT Nola was back in action this September with workshops and pop-ups galore. This Wednesday, the local plant design studio is hosting holistic career coach and author Emily Silva for an evening of guidance and alignment in New Orleans. Read more

It's time for Libras to be in the spotlight! This Air sign is charming and calculating, they're great listeners, and have impeccable taste. Known for their love of balance, beautiful things, and self-indulgence, there are plenty of suitable gift options to give the birthday girl (or guy!). W… Read more

Couldn't make to New York Fashion Week this season? New Orleans has a solution for you: New Orleans Fashion Week starts Sunday, September 22 and offers the community a variety of opportunities to enjoy all things fashion, while raising attention to the talents of southern designers, models, … Read more