Listening to the daily news, we hear about the tireless efforts of first responders to keep us safe and protected, sometimes putting their lives on the line on our streets. The daily stresses we face in doing our jobs pale in comparison to what they go through.
In the South, we’re used to sweltering temperatures and stifling humidity and plan our days accordingly.
With thermostats topping 90 degrees and humidity so thick that you can stab it with a fork, it can be ruff outdoors in NOLA this time of year.
June 1 marks the first official day of hurricane season. Although severe weather is expected, we want to make sure we are fully prepared. With that in mind, we want to urge pet-owners to create an evacuation plan that includes their pets!
As summer is upon us, Louisiana residents creatively coming up with ways to stay cool with their furry friends—no-flavor snowballs, ice baths in the kiddie pool, or throwing back a couple of cold ones (yes, they make beer for dogs and wine for cats now).
If you’re a fan of crisp, dry white wines, chances are that you’ve sipped a glass or two of Sauvignon Blanc. “Sauvignon Blanc is my go-to white wine, especially during the summertime,” says Nicole Dorignac, co-owner of Dorginac’s Food Center.
Summer is a perfect excuse to really enjoy some quality time with our little fur babies. It seems as soon as Memorial Day arrives, you can start to feel the fun energy and the pull to focus on leisure pursuits.
How many times have you heard the phrase “curiosity killed the cat”? Fortunately for us cat lovers, the phrase is terribly misused compared to its origin. Our cat’s curiosity is a much-needed characteristic for survival amongst the feline species.
Want to make a difference for marine life? Join the Plastic Free Ecochallenge as a member of the “Plastics Free NOLA” team and help us fight plastic pollution!
The Country Artist Loves Life with Wife Sabina Gadecki and Dogs Abby and Yukon, Spends Summer on Tour and Takes Rich Rescues on the Road to Help Animals in Need