Non-profit dedicated to promoting minority-run startups and small businesses.

New Orleans Entrepreneur Weekimage

More than 100 events are planned March 11-18 for the annual New Orleans Entrepreneur WeekmoreNOEW will be headquartered on Fulton Street in downtown New Orleans.More than 10,000 people are expected to participate. less

New Orleans Recreation Developmentimage

The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission provides safe, wholesome, educational, recreational and culturally engaging opportunities to the citizens of New Orleans. moreNORDC offers free recreational & cultural programs, activities and special events for NOLA residents of all ages rec centers and playgrounds across the city. less

This is NOLAimage

“This is NOLA” is a free monthly event at the Joy Theater and showcasing the newest sights, tastes and sounds of New Orleans. moreWith the intention of offering a snapshot of the local contemporary culture of the city, the event will feature musical performances, visual art installations, street food, craft cocktails and other elements representative of contemporary New Orleans culture. less

NOLA Tech Weekimage

NOLATech Week is a celebration of the technology industry in New Orleans, which debuted in 2013.  It is held in October each year. more This year’s events are largely centered around the New Orleans Jazz Marketplace. less

LASPCA Paws on Paradeimage

The LA/SPCA is excited to launch a new public art celebration. morePaws on Parade raises awareness for animal welfare in our region, supports the art community, and beautifies our area.Using the iconic symbol of New Orleans’ favorite holiday, the Mardi Gras Bead Dog®, the parade will be rolling through September. less

Be A Tourist in Your Hometownimage

The New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) announces the launch of this year’s “Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown” campaign. moreThe campaign will run August 1-September 30, 2011.The program’s mission is to encourage New Orleanians to enjoy all of the hospitality offerings that make our city one of the most popular travel destinations in the world.“Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown” collects and promotes summer specials on meals, attractions, hotels and more.For coupons and program details, visit the CVB site. less

Wednesday At The Square Concertsimage

The Wednesday At The Square Concerts have become a staple of the spring concert season.

Family Activities in New Orleansimage

Find activities for children and families on the New Orleans Beehive. Entertainment Listingsimage