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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.
A neighborhood restaurant in Bywater measures up to its name, yet still retains its flair for whimsy and frivolity after a year-long renovation.
Speaker Bill Masterton will head the ceremony for the five finalists who have renewed and enriched the Downtown New Orleans neighborhood.
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.
Summer brings certain changes, which we all recognize as signposts of renewal — the fecund bursting of leaves and flowers, the sunshine and, of course for the football fan, training camp. It arouses the familiar sensation that the cycle of change is beginning again. In the NFL, this means the start of OTA’s (organized team activities), […]
When opportunity presents itself at the door, hopefully preparation is there waiting.
There are few players more transformative in any NFL franchise’s history than Drew Brees during his Saints tenure. Before his arrival, the Saints won one playoff game and had two seasons of truly superlative, All-Pro-quality quarterback play (those by Archie Manning in 1978 and 1979).
A cornerstone reflects a great building: It should be solid and flexible, yet unmovable. Creating a good cornerstone reflects a confidence in the future; it means that the builder is looking forward, not to the past, in the hope and expectation of something greater for years to come.
In March, New Orleans will be basking in another Mardi Gras season, intermixed with sports fever.