Two weeks of Jazz Festin’ and widespread panicking can take a toll, can’t they? As you nurse that sun
kissed slobbered skin, celebrate no more school until the fall or enjoy the weeks before the summer sun comes out to make us sweat till we bleed, we have happenings this weekend where you can get a thrill, be chill or keep it real. From slaying the undead to sipping and sauntering down Magazine Street, mom can join you for the antics and merry mayhem.
How You Get Your Groove Back
We live here and we all tend to enjoy moving our bodies to a beat. Despite some of us not being very good at it, we still do it with the confidence of Romy and Michele at their high school reunion. But, if a groove is what you’re lacking, then check out these spots to learn how to cut a rug.
‘One shoe at a time’
Shoes keep your feet protected, away from the elements, safe and clean. But what if those same shoes on your feet could do all those things for someone else? We spoke to this shoe company on how it does it.
‘Home’ shopping network
It’s a home store that looks like, well, a home. We step into Home Malone – uniquely stocked with locally made pieces lining the shelves of the home shop. We spoke to the owner who is helping local artists thrive.
This week’s movie in the park from NORDC features a superstar mom, Diana Ross, in the 1978 classic “The Wiz.” Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and a few snacks.
The apocalypse is coming! Take on zombies in a tactical, live action experience. Put your survival skills to the test by bringing the walking dead to life.
This annual parade commemorates the 2015 return of the the 10 turtles that inhabit the restaurant’s courtyard pond after being displaced for 19 months. It’s been dubbed the “slowest second line on Earth.”
Because what mom doesn’t love shopping? This sip and shop is free to participate in and brings a crowd to Magazine Street for promotional sales, and art and trunk shows.
Need to practice your paddling before Bayou Boogaloo later this month? Bring your furry friend and get half off rental rates for the day.
After being postponed due to weather, Downtown Super Sunday is one of the last times to see the Mardi Gras Indians in one place.