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Father’s day

In the US, dads sometimes get a bad rap. In sitcoms and movies (and a certain Harry Chapin song), they’re often portrayed as caricatures of manhood that are too absent, too tough, too soft, or just incompetent. Those portrayals don’t match everybody’s experience of course, and we should celebrate fatherhood done well. It’s a big

“Makin’ Groceries” Giveaway

This month’s giveaway is a $250 gift card to Rouses Markets. Whether you want to purchase boiled crawfish or something else, we invite you to participate.  We don’t share your information or otherwise stalk you.  Enter your first name & email address for a chance to win this prize. No purchase necessary.  If you want to

Events This Memorial Day Weekend

New Orleans Area Memorial Day Weekend Events Memorial Day has long been a combined Salute to our veterans and a marker to the opening of summer. Hopefully the three (for some of us four!) day weekend is both a time of appreciation and one of relaxation for you.Here are a few things going on in

History of the Crawfish Boil

The History of the Crawfish Boil If you’ve lived in NOLA and you’re not a vegetarian, you’ve probably attended a crawfish boil. Shoot, if you have friends anywhere else in the country, they have probably heard of them and probably assume you host or attend one every other weekend. Where’d this Louisiana tradition come from?Before

Mental Health Awareness Month

There are so many “awareness” days and months that they start to feel like a blur, don’t they? It can be hard to “be aware” of so many things at all, let alone all at once. But, if we’re intentional, these times are also an opportunity to learn about ourselves and other people as resources

Cinco de Mayo Celebrations in the NOLA and Baton Rouge Areas

Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner! Cinco de Mayo, or “Fifth of May,” commemorates the day in 1862 when the smaller Mexican Army defeated the larger French army at the Battle of Puebla in Puebla, Mexico. It has become an annual celebration of Mexican- American culture. Because of the Modified Phase 3 restrictions on indoor

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Father’s day

In the US, dads sometimes get a bad rap. In sitcoms and movies (and a certain Harry Chapin song), they’re often portrayed as caricatures of manhood that are too absent, too tough, too soft, or just incompetent. Those portrayals don’t match everybody’s experience of course, and we should celebrate fatherhood done well. It’s a big

“Makin’ Groceries” Giveaway

This month’s giveaway is a $250 gift card to Rouses Markets. Whether you want to purchase boiled crawfish or something else, we invite you to participate.  We don’t share your information or otherwise stalk you.  Enter your first name & email address for a chance to win this prize. No purchase necessary.  If you want to

Events This Memorial Day Weekend

New Orleans Area Memorial Day Weekend Events Memorial Day has long been a combined Salute to our veterans and a marker to the opening of summer. Hopefully the three (for some of us four!) day weekend is both a time of appreciation and one of relaxation for you.Here are a few things going on in

History of the Crawfish Boil

The History of the Crawfish Boil If you’ve lived in NOLA and you’re not a vegetarian, you’ve probably attended a crawfish boil. Shoot, if you have friends anywhere else in the country, they have probably heard of them and probably assume you host or attend one every other weekend. Where’d this Louisiana tradition come from?Before

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