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Jan 102017
 
Bernice and Ms. Teede of Club Teede

Bernice and Ms. Teede of Club Teede

This family owned business provides customers great food, music, and games. Throughout the year, Club Teede hosts pool tournaments, backyard barbecues, seafood boils, and themed parties. Their customers are like family and they make sure everyone has a great time.

Shopkeepers: Ms. Teede and daughter Bernice
Shop: Club Teede
Since 1993

What ignited the spark in you to start your business?
Bernice: My mother started Club Teede because she always wanted to run a business and have it to be family owned. After thinking about the type of business she’d like to start, she decided to open a bar and lounge. Continue reading »

Dec 192016
 
The owners of Bienville Street Coffee House Cafe, LLC want to open a restaurant at 3305 Bienville Street (City Planning Commission).

The owners of Bienville Street Coffee House Cafe, LLC want to open a restaurant at 3305 Bienville Street (City Planning Commission).

A request for a new coffee house cafe on Bienville Street in Mid-City was approved by the New Orleans City Planning Commission on Tuesday afternoon, despite opposition from city staff who recommended the commission deny the proposed project. Continue reading »

Dec 122016
 
The owners of Bienville Street Coffee House Cafe, LLC want to open a restaurant at 3305 Bienville Street (City Planning Commission).

The owners of Bienville Street Coffee House Cafe, LLC want to open a restaurant at 3305 Bienville Street (City Planning Commission).

A request for a new coffee house cafe on Bienville Street in Mid-City heads to the New Orleans City Planning Commission on Tuesday afternoon.

The company Bienville Street Coffee House Cafe, LLC., run by local property owners Milton Gautreaux and Mario Martinez, aims to put the new restaurant and cafe in their building, a double at 3305 and 3307 Bienville Street. Continue reading »

Dec 122016
 

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Know someone who is creative and has a flair for dressing up but needs some professional direction?!?! This is the perfect present not found anywhere else in New Orleans!!

 

Make It Work NOLA!

Make It Work NOLA!

Our adult class is taught by designer and artist Robin Spindt (www.robinds.com) who will teach students about the creative and business sides of the fashion industry. A similar, lighter version is available for the teens 14-18 year olds who like to sew and are ready to create some portfolio pieces for fashion school. Continue reading »

Dec 082016
 

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The holiday season has arrived, and Magazine Street has all that you need for decorating, shopping, pampering and entertaining. From the CBD to Audubon Park, New Orleans’ historic Magazine Street offers six miles of shopping, dining, art, activities and entertainment for all ages!

This year, Merriment on Magazine runs from the day after Thanksgiving and Small Business Saturday through Christmas Eve and includes special activities for the season:

  • Santa’s coming to town for the FREE Santa photo booth for kids, pets or adults visiting Magazine Street! Continue reading »
Dec 072016
 
The salon at 3241 Dumaine Street will reopen in January under new ownership. (photo by Benjamin Morris for MidCityMessenger.com)

The salon at 3241 Dumaine Street will reopen in January under new ownership. (photo by Benjamin Morris for MidCityMessenger.com)

A local couple is revamping an old salon in the Faubourg St. John neighborhood, drawing enthusiasm from neighbors but also some worries about parking. Continue reading »

Dec 012016
 

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ArtEgg Studios, located at 1001 S. Broad Street, will open its weekly community market called “Marche Créole” this Sunday, December 4. The grand opening event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature “farm to table produce, locally produced food products, artistic works, and culturally interesting goods”. Continue reading »

Dec 012016
 

For the first time since the Tulane-Canal Neighborhood Association formed last year, the organization is having a formal vote to decide who compose the 8-member board of directors.Tulane Canal small

According to TCNA’s bylaws, board members are to be elected at the last meeting of the year. Jacob Rickoll, the organization’s president, has decided to do an election through email this year because of busy holiday schedules. Continue reading »