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Portraits from Week Seventeen

We’re excited to share with you the seventeenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Jerry Romig, Sidney Bechet, Louis Charles Roudanez, Quint Davis, Lauren Thom, and Harold Battiste Jr. Jerry Romig, by Sean Randall “Dad’s passion never changed because he never stopped being a fan. … I remember him getting so excited after… Read more »

Portraits from Week Sixteen

We’re excited to share with you the sixteenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Austin Leslie, Lolis Edward Elie, A. Baldwin Wood, Adrien de Pauger, Sister Mary Frances Buttell, and John Gendusa. Austin Leslie, by Alexandra Kilburn “It was just good old Creole food, good old-time New Orleans food. And he was good,… Read more »

Portraits from Week Fifteen

We’re excited to share with you the fifteenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Stephen Ambrose, Rosa Keller, Ruth Fertel, Nick Mueller, Walter Reed, and Andre Callioux. Stephen E. Ambrose, by D. Lammie-Hanson “He was kind of America’s historian. He personified what he loved most about America — this robust, muscular, positive man… Read more »

Portraits from Week Fourteen

We’re excited to share with you the fourteenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Allen Eskew, Dave Bartholomew, D.H. Holmes, Susan Spicer, John Koerner, and Oscar Dunn. Allen Eskew: Visionary Architect, by Gabriel Flores He was constantly searching to improve whatever environment he found himself in. … He taught that you could always,… Read more »

Fairer Sex Opens White Linen Night

Fairer Sex: Part One_Where Y'Art_New Orleans Artist

Beat the heat with Where Y’Art and The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery as we celebrate the White Linen Night opening of Fairer Sex: Part One, an all-female interactive exhibition, featuring works by Ember Soberman, Lori Sperier, and Saegan Swanson. Read more about the show on the blog. Fairer Sex, an interactive exhibition allows you to virtually connect… Read more »