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Mar 162017
 

The 700 custom-designed bicycles will be placed at an estimated 70 stations designated at locations in neighborhoods around the city. (Flickr/Britt Reints).

If you want to help the city plan where bicycle share stations will be located in your neighborhood, there’s a public workshop for you.

There are six workshops – one for each general area of the city – that run through April. Mid-City and Bayou St. John split a workshop, which will be held April 3 at First Grace United Methodist Church, 3401 Canal St. The workshop starts at 6:30 p.m. Continue reading »

Mar 022017
 

An array of King Cakes graded and recorded by Matt Haines.

By Claire Byun
cbyun@nolamessenger.com

If you think you didn’t try enough versions of king cake this Mardi Gras season, don’t worry. A local man did the legwork – and recorded his results – for you.

Matt Haines tried 66 different King Cakes from 54 different eateries this year – for research purposes, obviously. Continue reading »

Apr 292016
 

Article by Emily Branan, video by Lawson Box

Amrit Lamba hasn’t been a New Orleans resident long, but he enjoys helping people experience the city the way he does.

After learning about the new FUHWE app at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, he signed up to become a host, ready to be paired with tourists looking to explore the city beyond tourist attractions. Continue reading »