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  • How Introducing Art to Little Kids With ASD Can Help

    How Introducing Art to Little Kids With ASD Can Help

    Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) suffer from difficulties with sensory-motor functions, communication, and relationships. These...

  • Ideas for What You Can Tell a Girl About Yourself When Online Dating

    Ideas for What You Can Tell a Girl About Yourself When Online Dating

    Let's say you were lucky enough to meet a charming girl on the internet. And this alone wouldn't be a problem, but her request in a...

  • New Orleans?s Thriving Gambling Scene

    New Orleans’s Thriving Gambling Scene

    New Orleans is one of the most famous cities in America, with a history that is as full of color as the beautiful flowers adorning the houses of the Garden District. A...

  • How to Choose a Water Filter Based on Water Hardness

    How to Choose a Water Filter Based on Water Hardness

    Fresh water is a necessity of life. No matter how much you trust the tap water in the area where you live, there is always some room for error. This means that one has to be...

  • How to Make Your Electronic Devices Last Longer

    How to Make Your Electronic Devices Last Longer

    In the digital age, we weigh heavily on our electronic devices. For many of us, the sight of a dead phone or a laptop with a dying battery...

  • The Most Successful DJs in 2020

    The Most Successful DJs in 2020

    Music is therapeutic. It heals the soul, entertains, and provides helpful life lessons. The amazing benefits of music have led to an increase in DJs. From rock to...

  • The Best Bars to Discuss Business

    The Best Bars to Discuss Business

    Picture this-you're a young professional, a rise and grinder, and after much persistence, you finally have the opportunity to "meet and grab a drink" with an individual who may...

  • Copper Vine: Deep Roots, New Restaurant

    Copper Vine Hosts Wine Dinner on November 14

    Copper Vine has deep roots in New Orleans. Its home at 1100 Poydras street is in the register of historic buildings. The owner of the restaurant, Kyle Brechtel, was looking, and...

  • Disaronno Wears Diesel (and you should too!)

    Disaronno Wears Diesel (and you should too!)

    This September, the world's favorite Italian liqueur company, Disaronno, partnered with iconic streetwear-meets-denim company, Diesel to establish a limited edition bottle:...

  • True Food Opens In New Orleans

    True Food Opens In New Orleans

    Dr. Andrew Weil has a mission to get people to eat better, but he's not going to sacrifice flavor in any way. In fact, the wide variety of dishes that his restaurant True Food...

  • A Black Fly in My Chardonnay

    A Black Fly in My Chardonnay

    I recently passed the Introductory Course Sommelier Exam, which was a pretty exciting feat, and one which I was shocked to have accomplished. The test and the two-day wine class...

  • When Cocktails Become Cocky

    When Cocktails Become Cocky

    The Craft Cocktail Culture As Tales of the Cocktail 2015 is kicking off this week, New Orleans will soon be inundated with people in the cocktail biz coming to take part in the...

  • In the Weeds

    In the Weeds

    There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
    She had so many children, she didn't know what to do;
    She gave them some...

  • Too Good to be True

    Too Good to be True

    Table Tales and other BS from the Service Industry   At the restaurant where I work, we were recently asked to brush up on the “Rules of Service”. ...

  • Wake Up and Sell the Coffee

    Wake Up and Sell the Coffee

    Every time somebody orders coffee from me, a little piece of my soul dies.  And even worse, hot tea.  Like daggers through my heart. I have never cared much for...

  • Banana Hands

    Banana Hands

    There’s nothing like listening to a chef rattle off a string of demands in his own special dialect.  As in, “Pick up 31.  I got three soups all day, and 86...

  • Be Our Guest

    Be Our Guest

     Being in the service industry, our job is to serve guests.  Obviously.  We are in the business of taking care of people.  But guests are funny creatures. ...

  • Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

    Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

    I have a friend who tends to refer to me as a waitress, and I am continuously correcting him.  I’m not really a waitress.  We don’t use that term...