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Local not for profit organization Hope Stone offers local youths from various financial backgrounds access to performing arts education.
New Orleans-based entrepreneur launches an iOS alarm clock app that uses a combination of the gyroscope accelerometer and magnetometer contained in smartphones to track a user’s movement, ensuring that they have, in fact, risen.
The editors of ad-free art, literature and subversive humor magazine Momma Tried share a list of periodicals that have influenced their work.
In anticipation of the Louisiana State Museum’s upcoming bicentennial celebration of the Battle of New Orleans beginning in January, 2015, the museum’s two-century-old cannon has received a new carriage of Spanish cedar, built by the master carpenters on the LSM’s maintenance crew, a replica of the original.
A must-watch film guide for the month of October.
A new iOS app Specialus from Atchafalaya owner offers daily videos of NOLA restaurant specials.