Local real estate firm Felicity Property Co., with the help of Bell Design & Architecture and the team behind St. Roch Market, has taken the dingy ground floor of a two-story property in the Warehouse District and transformed it into a bright, delightful “contemporary” food hall.
Spinal Tap’s legendary bassist, Derek Smalls, celebrates the release of his first solo album, Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing) and joins forces with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra for his Lukewarm Water Live: An Adventure in Loud Music tour at the Saenger Theatre.
A neighborhood restaurant in Bywater measures up to its name, yet still retains its flair for whimsy and frivolity after a year-long renovation.
Ceremony exalts five finalists who have renewed and enriched the Downtown New Orleans neighborhood.
Local arts patronage site Culturalyst wins the 4th Annual Downtown NOLA Arts-Based Business Pitch presented by the Downtown Development District, Creative Alliance of New Orleans and the Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation during New Orleans Entrepreneur Week recently held March 11-18.
As an interior designer with nearly 40 years of experience, Beth Claybourn certainly knows about décor, but she also knows a great deal about people and their tastes.
Arts: Park(ing) Day NOLA: In an effort to improve New Orleans’ public spaces, the Downtown Development District, the New Orleans Arts District Association and Tulane City Center sent out an open call to artists, designers, architects, urban planners and activists to submit design proposals that will temporarily transform metered parking spaces into public parks.
GALLERY SPOTLIGHT: BYRDIE’S An unassuming St. Claude façade flanked by benches fronts Byrdie’s, a Bywater café, clay studio and gallery. Walk into the front-room display space and you’ll see this month’s art show — anything from ceramic pieces by studio members to works by local or visiting artists.
September 6 to September 21 – “Lombardi” at Le Petit Theatre Enjoy the start of a brand-new season at the newly renovated Le Petit Theatre! “Lombardi” was written by Eric Simonson and based on the book When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi by Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Maraniss.
Next up in Broadway at NOCCA, on April 6, is Megan Mullally, best known for her Emmy-winning turn in “Will and Grace,” but also an accomplished singer and stage performer.