The founder of NolaWoman.com has over twenty years experience in traditional and online publishing in NYC. She's written about travel, relationships, sex, fitness, beauty and health as well as traveled the world on assignments, enjoying life and reporting back to publications in the US. She's also a published photographer and a graduate of the French Culinary Institute. After realizing that New Orleans was in need of an intelligent publication directed exclusively towards women and bridged the gap between various ethnicities and sexual orientations, she developed the concept of NolaWoman.com. She hopes that, first and foremost, it will enrich the lives of women in the metro area and celebrate the amazing women who make this city a great place to live.
Niki Walker Launches A New Shade of Red
Black is the staple of fashion but red is the crayon for those who are willing to "color outside the lines" so to speak. If you're willing to take a chance and be daring, join Niki Walker in her bold endeavor to make red the new black.
The Art of the Break Up From the Male Perspective
Recently, I talked to a few male friends of mine about how they like to handle breaking up and found out that the process is more emotionally complicated for them than I thought.
Michele Miracle of Spank Harder! The Sequel Talks About Playing Best Selling Author, E.L. James
With over 100 million copies of her trilogy sold worldwide and a movie set to release in February of 2015, E.L. James is probably used to criticism whether it be good or bad, and with this delightful play directed by Jim Millan, parody proves to be the best form of flattery.
Levees.org Continues the Fight for Proper Storm Protection for New Orleans
This August, we’ll remember the victims on the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Although New Orleans is currently experiencing phenomenal growth, Sandy Rosenthal and her non-profit, Levees.org, diligently continue to raise awareness and insure our safety.
The New Threesome: You, Him and Your Financial Status
In today’s economy, your balance sheet has insidiously worked its way between your bed sheets. It’s like the ex you avoid in a restaurant or the relative you don’t want to deal with during the holidays. It’s certainly not the “guest of honor” in a ménage a trois.
The Joffrey Ballet Returns to Mahalia Jackson Theater
Under the direction of Artistic Director, Ashley Wheater, beauty, style and grace take the stage this weekend with a unique performances during Gala des Etoiles and main stage performance.
Owner of Bats on Strings, Tiffany Napper, Gives New Meaning to Traditional Public Relations
This Ruston, Louisiana native continues to spread her wings with her uniquely named PR company as well as her clothing and accessory line.
The Bad Boy Syndrome: Are We Perpetuating the Attractiveness of Men Behaving Badly?
Recently a male friend of mine told me that women are responsible for men who play the field and are labeled “bad boys.” Is this true? And, if so, how do we stop the syndrome?
Despite the Snow, Amanda DeLeon Dominated NYC Fashion Week as the “Designer to Watch”
Ten inches of snow in Manhattan couldn't stop Nola's own Amanda deLeon from heating up the runway with her Fall 2014 collection that truly reveals her inspiration and staunch dedication to her art.
Aging Parents and Planning for the Tough Decisions Ahead
When you, the child, becomes the parent, how do you decide to help your parents into elder care is a tough decision whether you’re ten feet or thousands of miles away.