I am proud of the voices rising up in our country against racism. Here is an ever-growing list of my favorite local Black makers, creatives and business owners.
These past few months have been a great reminder that local officials impact our lives in a very BIG way. Please consider voting in your local polls this election season.
Rethinking travel plans and getting more creative about how we can safely explore our own backyards.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our "Shirts Give Back" campaign during early May. By pledging 100% of profits from every tee and tank sold, we were able to donate $236 to Culture Aid Nola! In the United States, our city has been one of the most affected by COVID-19 pandemic. Tourism is the biggest industry...
Although Tchoup Industries hasn't launched into this as a company, we've been working behind the scenes to make connections and are making it our top priority to update this information often to provide our community with the best resources available!
Hospitality, music, art, and culture are pillars of this city, and make New Orleans an extraordinary place to live. We stand in solidarity with the hardworking people of New Orleans who are facing difficult weeks ahead, as their work hours are limited or even eliminated.
Founded in 2016, SOUL organizes tree plantings in neighborhoods across the city. We love that they use only native tree species which are more resistant to disease, provide better homes for native wildlife, and have stronger resistance to flooding and storms.
Give your Christmas tree a second life by participating in the following recycled programs we've found here at home and across the country. Santa will surely remember this good deed for next year's holiday season!
Our shop mentoned on WSJ's itinerary on how to spend 3 days in the Big Easy (and not waste a minute).