Small Business Saturday is November 26, 2011

While planning your holiday shopping this year, I’d like to encourage you to spend your dollars with locally owned small businesses who rely on our support to keep their doors open as they provide not just goods and services, but jobs and tax dollars that benefit us directly. November 26, […] Read more »

Bringing Public Art to Terrytown LA

Terrytown LA Art If you were driving down Terry Parkway today you might have seen these fabulous and massive masks being installed on the neutral ground between Stumpf Blvd. and Carol Sue Parkway. Designed by artist Steve Martin, the masks are part of a public arts project sponsored by Jefferson […] Read more »

April Showers Bring May Flowers…

Spring in New Orleans We haven’t had very many showers this April, but the gardens are starting to recover from the deep freezes we experienced this winter and the flowers are either making a come back or are settling in to their newly dug homes. It’s that time of year […] Read more »

Has Spring Sprung in New Orleans?

Spring in New Orleans With average high temperatures hitting the upper 60’s, the itch to dig in the dirt has hit folks all over the New Orleans West Bank. I’ve seen tons of homeowners out working in their yards…clearing out dead plants, cutting back overgrown shrubs, and putting in fresh […] Read more »