Pamela Marquis


Adventures of an Online Boutique During COVID-19

  Knowing that women have limited time to shop, Renee Sembera and Heather Stansbury, owners of Hazel Lane Boutique — an online clothing store based...

Pandemic Setting Women-Owned Businesses Back

  Women’s History Month isn’t perfect. Professor Kimberly A. Hamlin argued in a Washington Post op-ed that when men make history, it’s just called “history.”...

City-wide Scavenger Hunt Planned for April 17

  One of my all-time favorite movies, “My Man Godfrey,” begins with an epic scavenger hunt through the streets of post-Great Depression New York City....

The Mules Have Moved North

  The sounds of the French Quarter are distinctive: the sharp tip tapping of drumsticks on plastic buckets, the Dixieland melodies played in front of...

A Place to Cook: Codey’s NOLA to be the first commissary kitchen of its kind in New Orleans

  Food entrepreneur is the latest buzzword in the food industry. Simply put, it’s a person with passion, skill and business savvy who starts their...

153 Years of Raising New Orleans — Roubion Elevation and Shoring

New Orleans’ saturated soil, combined with the ever-threat of rising water, mean that to live safely, our buildings need to be surrounded by protected...
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This Year’s French Film Festival Celebrates Its Founder

  John Desplas was a wisp of a man with wire-rimmed glasses and the intense look of a learned scholar. During my years working at...

Little Free Pantries Serving a Vital Need

  “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.” – Ronald Reagan   Throughout our wonderful city, nonprofits large and small are making a difference in...

Go Fish: Pescatarian Delights

  Though the type of fish, batter recipe and sides might change from church to church, for decades Lenten Friday Fish fries have been a...

The Frugé Way

  By anyone’s standards, Courtney and Mike Frugé are in the middle of nowhere, just off Highway 35 in Branch, Louisiana.  But from a small,...

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