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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

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

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

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 hard to believe that it has been over 20 years since Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City was published. The book launched the iconic HBO series (six seasons and two movies) that is still just as beloved today as it was in the early oughts. In Bushnell's most recent release, the author g… Read more

Date nights have many forms: first date, a "just because" date, an anniversary, or even a friend date! Switch things up from your go-to restaurant or bar and try something new in New Orleans. From dressing up and attending a hypnotizing orchestra concert to bonding over food you've prepared … Read more

Like New Orleans, Bevolo Gas and Electric Lights is steeped in history and tradition. As a fourth generation family-owned company, Bevolo exudes magnificent old world style in the modern day city that has fueled its aesthetic for over seven decades. As the oldest and largest continuously-ope… Read more

This month, the New Orleans Museum of Art is unveiling 4 new exhibitions that will run into 2020. The shows (all but one of which are open now) range from a look at climate change to a celebration of the Bauhaus school. As Museum Month winds down, take advantage of the free admission deals (… Read more

Leave it to New Orleans to celebrate Napoleon Bonaparte's 250th birthday. This week, the downtown antiques gallery M.S. Rau is hosting a weeklong celebration that will include a champagne toast and dessert party on the Emperor’s birthday and an exhibit on his life and work. Read more

Whether your summer has been filled to the brim with activity or you've been taking it easy (lucky you!), there's always a reason to give your calendar a break and spend a night in with a new novel. August happens to be chock full of juicy releases in all genres. From the scary and suspensef… Read more

Who says you’re too old to have a birthday party? Making it to another year is certainly something to celebrate, and though the pointy hats and balloons may be for kids (or not!), there are many ways to commemorate the big event. Whether you’re up for a huge birthday bash or a small gatherin… Read more

White Linen Night, New Orleans’s annual celebration of art, is quickly approaching. In addition to the plethora of white clothing and food and drink, galleries throughout the Arts District will open their doors to the public. For the 25th anniversary of White Linen Night this year, more than… Read more

Mardi Gras may be “The Greatest Free Show on Earth,” but it’s hardly the only free thing to do in New Orleans. Every day, there are multiple offerings in the area that are free or low-cost. If you’re looking for a way to entertain guests (or yourself!) without breaking the bank, here are 5 t… Read more

On Saturday, hundreds will descend on Magazine Street for the annual Moonlight on Magazine block party, an evening long celebration of all things local. Businesses between the 3500-4800 blocks of Magazine will be holding sales and giveaways, as well as providing complimentary food and drinks. Read more

One of the best parts about going on vacation is getting to catch up on reading. With so many books to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down your selection. Not to worry! These 6 novels are all being released as movies later in the year, so they’re perfect to read (or re-read) this… Read more

June 21 marks many milestones: the official start of summer, National Seashell day, and our favorite, National Stripes Day. As one of our most worn patterns, we're celebrating the big day with a proper round up of striped clothes, home items, and more! From lined dog beds and frames to decor… Read more

If you live in New Orleans, you've probably seen Axil Rose driving around. (No, that is not a misspelling of Slash's counterpart). Axil Rose is an old laundry truck turned mobile greenhouse that sells and educates New Orleanians on exotic plants a.k.a. the kind you can’t find at Home Depot. Read more

Starting an art collection doesn't have to be intimidating. In fact, it can be an enjoyable experience and a way to dive deeper into your love of art. Regardless of age or familiarity with the world of galleries and fairs, starting out requires patience, research, and a budget. Martine Chais… Read more