Jesse Lu Baum
Jesse Lu Baum is a writer from Brooklyn, New York. Her writing has been featured in publications such as Antigravity, Medium.com, The Jewish Daily Forward, The Mid-City Messenger, Big Easy Magazine and Preservation in Print.
Aside from writing, she has also worked as a non-profit home repair person, a theater bartender, and a research assistant
The scent of sizzling meat and fresh tortillas has drawn many customers into the alley early in the evening – the better to get there before the line grows long and the tacos begin selling out. Now fans of the pop-up can rejoice–the operation has moved to 3304 St. Claude Avenue and is open five days a week for lunch and dinner with an expanded menu to match.
Bywater Bakery is hosting its annual Carnival kickoff party with a purpose featuring 1,500 cakes for sale in eight different flavors.
If you’re looking for a brunch that serves up community, music and a healthy dose of dancing, look no further: Cajun Brunch at the Tigermen Den has it all.
Scavenger hunt, martinis (shaken, not stirred) and LOTS of local food!
A seriously talented tattoo portraitist and veteran of “Ink Master,” she spoke with me about working as a woman in the tattoo industry, tattooing traditions, and what to expect when getting a custom tattoo.