A few places and things that have caught our eye...
When weddings and events were forced to cancel in March due to COVID-19, Patti Constantin quickly pivoted her catering business to provide her iconic creations for anyone to enjoy through takeout and delivery.
The Historic New Orleans Collection reopens this month with new interactive courtyard displays, which will accompany the museum's free downloadable French Quarter Tours app. Users can participate in eight self-guided themed tours.
A group of Tulane medical students founded BRACE for COVID-19 (Business Resilience and Community Education) to protect and empower small businesses to safely re-open during the pandemic. The group offers tips and resources, as well as personalized consultations to evaluate a business's unique space in order to optimize its social distancing and sanitation.
Mose Mary and Me has given the devotional prayer candle a 2020 redesign. For each candle sold, $5 will be donated to Feed the Second Line, a group seeking to provide food-love and employment to the city's culture-bearers.
At the start of the pandemic, NOCHI launched livestream cooking classes which reached homes in 42 states, 10 countries, and counting. Support NOCHI's online education with a one-month membership that includes unlimited access to livestream classes and the library of class recordings, plus a members-only red apron to help you look the part.
This article appeared in the June 2020 Issue of Adore Magazine.