Meet Cochon Butcher’s Leighann Smith, New Orleans’ ‘Meat Mama’ – NOLA.com

January 23, 2014 by admin  
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Meet Cochon Butcher's Leighann Smith, New Orleans ' 'Meat Mama' NOLA.com Leighann Smith is in charge of the meat department at Cochon Butcher, a delicatessen on Andrew Higgins Street in the Warehouse District. The 28-year-old transplant from northern California is one of New Orleans ' rare full-time female butchers

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New Orleans police search for missing teen last seen in Warehouse District – NOLA.com

January 12, 2014 by admin  
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WWL New Orleans police search for missing teen last seen in Warehouse District NOLA.com New Orleans Police are searching for a missing teenager last seen early Sunday (Jan. 12) at a Warehouse District business. Friends of Morgan Aucoin, 17, saw her at 1:50 a.m

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Lots of red noses, but no Rudolph at New Orleans’ Running of the Santas – NOLA.com

December 14, 2013 by admin  
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Lots of red noses, but no Rudolph at New Orleans ' Running of the Santas NOLA.com The Warehouse District looked a lot like Christmas Saturday as hordes of holiday revelers decked out in red, sometimes green, paid homage to Santa, Mrs. Claus and the occasional elf, at the annual Running of the Santas benefit. Last year, the event …

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French Quarter, CBD residents mull New Orleans’ new zoning ordinance – NOLA.com

October 3, 2013 by tiff  
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French Quarter, CBD residents mull New Orleans ' new zoning ordinance NOLA.com John McLachlan bought his condo near the corner of Gravier and Magazine streets in 1995, while the Warehouse District was still developing into a nest of street-front offices, delis, art galleries and loft apartments. As that trend continued, he said … New Orleans Mapping Future Through Zoning Ordinance WWNO all 3 news articles

Santa’s off the clock and running – bestofneworleans.com (blog)

September 5, 2013 by tiff  
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bestofneworleans.com (blog) Santa's off the clock and running bestofneworleans.com (blog) On Dec.

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RIP Bill Johnston – bestofneworleans.com (blog)

August 7, 2013 by tiff  
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bestofneworleans.com (blog) RIP Bill Johnston bestofneworleans.com (blog) New Orleans music pioneer Bill Johnston — who battled throat cancer since January 2012 — died at age 69, according to WWL. In 1970, Johnston helped open the 30,000 square foot music venue The Warehouse, a former cotton warehouse on

New Orleans bars: 6 old spaces get new faces – NOLA.com

July 25, 2013 by tiff  
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New Orleans bars: 6 old spaces get new faces NOLA.com Avid bar hoppers were a bit bewildered this year.

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New Orleans artists donate work to live auction to benefit WLAE-TV – NOLA.com

April 15, 2013 by tiff  
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New Orleans artists donate work to live auction to benefit WLAE-TV NOLA.com New Orleans artists have long supported WLAE-TV during the public broadcasting station's on-air auctions. But this week, the venue shifts to a live auction in the Warehouse Arts District, where works by 13 top local artists will be sold to benefit the …

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New Orleans artists donate work to live auction to benefit WLAE-TV – NOLA.com

April 15, 2013 by admin  
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New Orleans artists donate work to live auction to benefit WLAE-TV NOLA.com New Orleans artists have long supported WLAE-TV during the public broadcasting station's on-air auctions. But this week, the venue shifts to a live auction in the Warehouse Arts District, where works by 13 top local artists will be sold to benefit the … and more

Starr Textiles, commercial laundry for major New Orleans hotels, moving to … – NOLA.com

April 2, 2013 by tiff  
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Starr Textiles, commercial laundry for major New Orleans hotels, moving to … NOLA.com A commercial laundry company that serves some of New Orleans ' largest hotels is moving its Warehouse District operations to an expanded facility in Jefferson Parish, in a $10 million investment that will employ 65 people, officials said Tuesday (April 2).

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