Dear friends and residents of District A, Please prepare yourselves for dangerous winter conditions over the next few days. An arctic front will arrive in the New Orleans area on Tuesday and is forecasted to send temperatures to below freezing levels until Thursday morning. All public schools and government buildings – including City Hall – […]
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November 30th is Small Business Saturday, a nation-wide holiday dedicated to shopping at local small businesses. Be sure to take advantage of this high-visibility holiday, here’s how: Have Small Business Saturday plans? Let us know about any events, specials, etc., you’re planning on holding for Small Business Saturday. We will publicize it on our website […]
New things happening on Oak Street! Spot Colors is now open at 8718 Oak Street. Find them on Facebook. Bikram Yoga Uptown opening at 8338 Oak Street! Rabbit Ears is open at 8225 Oak Street! Retro Active now calls Oak Street home! Radha Raman, MD is opening Oak Street Medical at 8708 Oak Street!
The Advocacy Center is currently only 25 votes away from appearing in a Gulf Coast Bank TV ad! We need your help to WIN!!! How can you help us win? Click here to go to Gulf Coast Bank’s Storyteller Contest Facebook photo. On that page you will see a photo that looks like this: Underneath […]
Mellow Mushroom opened at 8227 Oak Street on Monday and I showed up an hour after they opened their doors! Mellow Mushroom’s Oak Street location owner James Son mentioned that he wanted this location to be unique from the others across the country and really emphasis the neighborhood. I think they did a great job! […]
Hello Everyone! Thank you for your support and kind words regarding our effort to restore our many impassable sidewalks throughout the neighborhood. We’re close to finishing our fourth complete block (Zimpel between Leonidas & Joliet)! We are at a point where we need some equipment to keep things moving forward. After shopping around, the following […]
It’s Hollywood on Oak Street once again today as the Hallmark project “Remember Sunday”, starring Alexis Bledel (Mad Men, Sin City), films in and around the Oak Street Cafe. On why so many films love Oak Street as a shooting location, said Mike from the Remember Sunday locations department, “Oak Street is a really cool […]
Friends and family gathered on Saturday to celebrate Charlie Nash, who died in an apartment fire in late June.
Breads on Oak opened their doors last Friday for the first of their Friday and Saturday summer soft opening hours. While the full selection of delectables is not yet available, if what they are presently offering is any indication of what is to come, this may very well be the best European style bakery in […]