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    Oliver Peoples at St. Charles Vision

    St. Charles Vision — Raise Your Glasses

    September 30, 2016

    It’s been years, and I mean years since I had a really nice pair of sunglasses. Whether it’s giving them away to friends and family in need or losing them after a long days at musical festivals, somehow or another, I’ve never respected them. Shame on me for not willing to adult. I recently gave my last pair away to a friend, and led me to ponder my ways and resolve to being a better friend to my vision and my sunglasses.

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  • Rouler


    Rouler Cycling has just brought their “Worship The Bike” ethos to the CBD. The bicycling centric cafe soft opened earlier this week and have put a significant stake in the ground as a true community hub.

    May 19, 2016
  • Blue Dream — Vintage Boutique

    Vintage as of late has become my jam. Whether it’s vintage film cameras and vinyl, vintage is where it’s at these days. I have to admit I’d prefer coping a great vintage pair of boots and jeans from a spot like our latest feature, Blue Dream Vintage Boutique, as opposed to any other big box or huge retailer around town.

    December 11, 2015
  • Neon Heart

    Nestled in the heart of Uptown on Lowerline St., Neon Heart is a curated cornucopia founded  by one of the coolest couples I know.

    July 15, 2015
  • Warby Parker + Nola

    Warby Parker is a business phenomenon that truly stands alone. A pioneer in the optical marketplace where their brand and company continues to grow. Last week Warby Parker opened their 12th US location and Frame Studio in New Orleans with a smile.

    April 16, 2015
  • Tchoup + DVRA + Disko Obscura

    Change is happening everywhere you look in New Orleans. This is no more evident than Uptown in the Lower Garden District. Just last week our good friends Tchoup Industries (handmade bags), DVRA (tropically inspired bags), and the underground record label Disko Obscura, finally opened there first shared outpost in one of most exciting areas in Nola.

    February 4, 2015
  • 60 Mins from Nola : Tanger Outlet

    When New Orleanians have had enough of the city, there’s a ton of options for us to just get out. Whether it’s north, west, east, and of course south, each direction would offer an escape from your world here. Our newest series “60 mins. from Nola” will highlight events, towns, shops, and places within an hour of New Orleans where folks can get away without taking a vacation day.

    July 24, 2014