The Big Wig Ball Brings Out The Wigs

The Sylvain Society Young Professionals annual Big Wig Ball was a stunning display of costumes, dance moves, and, of course, wigs of all shapes, sizes, and materials. Some of the towering wigs were even too tall to go through the doorways of the stately Opera Guild Home on Prytania Street.

They Are Babes.XO

Gone are the days of Babes and Beignets, the luxury New Orleans and travel lifestyle brand built by Alessandra Madrid Soto and Maggie Robert some years ago. As the brand has progressed and grown, they have decided to rebrand as Babes.XO. The launch party took place at The Gallery on Magazine with two Seven Three Distilling cocktails, delicious beignets, and lots of costumes.

Incredible Cosplay At Wizard World Comic Con

Among the rows upon rows of comics, jewelry, original and fan art that made up Wizard World Comic Con were festooned fans young and young at heart. Superheroes, villains, furry creatures, and real icons from history were represented by those who spent hours perfecting their outfits. In true NOLA fashion, subkrewes from the Krewe of Chewbacchus were on hand to recruit new members.

Chef Amy Mehrtens Takes Over Copper Vine’s Menu

Chef Amy is no newcomer to Copper Vine Wine Pub’s kitchen. She’s been there for a long time crafting dishes that have garnered headlines. Now, she is making her own signature dishes that have been peppered throughout the dinner and brunch menus.

Commander’s Palace Celebrates Christmas NOLA Style

Commander’s Palace is always a top choice for high-end diners when they want to eat somewhere special, and that sentiment is more special than ever during Christmas time. Right now, as you enter the famed, long-running restaurant, you are greeted at the door with jingle bells placed around your neck

NOLA Brewing’s Bash With The Lost Bayou Ramblers

NOLA Brewing is one of the longest running breweries in the greater New Orleans area, and they’re only getting bigger and better every single year. NOLA Brewing teamed up with the organizers of the T-Bois Blues Festival to bring the funk to the brewery with bands including the Lost Bayou Ramblers. This was also a great way for NOLA Brewing to unleash their latest creation Down the Bayou Strawberry Blonde Ale.