By Michael T. Martin, The Lens contributing opinion writer |
With the opening of the Healing Center and the possibility of extending streetcar service all the way to Poland Avenue, it’s time to accord the St. Claude Avenue corridor the attention due to an “up-and-coming” neighborhood that is emerging as a New Orleans success story.
By Ariella Cohen, The Lens staff writer |
In the years after Hurricane Katrina, Kirsha Kaechele made a name for herself as a kind of art world impresario. The city’s cultural elite flocked to soirees where they consumed fine food and edgy, disaster-inspired art — all this in St.
The tenant skipped out before the end of the month. New Orleans landlord Donald Vallee wasn’t too surprised.