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Misty Milioto

Misty Milioto is a freelance writer and editor with 22 years of experience working with publications across the country, including Sunset; U.S. News & World Report; Newsweek; and Modern Luxury’s suite of 80+ regional publications, such as Aspen Magazine, San Francisco Magazine and Scottsdale Magazine. In her free time, she loves traveling and exploring the bounty of foodie goodness in New Orleans where she is currently based.

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Community Care

Jamie Crawford, a patient care technician at University Medical Center, grew up in the Lower Ninth Ward but moved to New Orleans East for...

Cultivating Connections

As Cultural and Community Programs Coordinator at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, creating partnerships that support community development is important to Luther Gray. In fact,...

Elevated Education

The Jefferson Chamber of Commerce recently collaborated with students at St. Martin’s Episcopal School to create custom gift boxes for each of its major...

Symbol of Pride

The Jefferson Chamber Young Professionals recently debuted a new flag to represent Metairie in a project spearheaded by Jeffrey Simno, Jefferson Parish Council Aide,...

A Global Investment

St. James Parish welcomes a new $2.2 billion methanol complex.

Rolling on the River

Bayou Fleet offers a modern-day fleeting, vessel repair and cleaning facility.
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Building for the Future

Wanhua Chemical Group Co.’s new chemical complex in St. James Parish will bring more than 1,200 jobs to the area.

Voice of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway

Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association Ensures Safe, Reliable and Efficient Gulf Coast Waterways

Building Resilient Communities

The new Water Resources Development Act increases the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ support of crucial waterways through efficient project development delivery.

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