Top 28 Things to do in New Orleans

1. Bayou Boogaloo This free three-day adventure includes live music from several of the town’s finest acts celebrates the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans, takes place on beautiful Bayou St. John, also rewards local restoration and sustainability efforts after the damage of Hurricane Katrina. 2. Greek Fest Kmo139 / Via Flickr: kmo139 This dance-filled and food party of the community of the city was going strong for 40 years. Attendees swarm the Mid City neighborhood’s Lakefront/Gentilly region, to the grounds of Holy Trinity Cathedral — said to be the oldest Greek Orthodox house of worship at the United States, established in 1866. 3. Creole Tomato Festival The vine-ripe Creole Tomato is a real vegetable crop that flourishes in New Orleans each June, and…

Joey Graziano painting the town colors at City House Hostel New Orleans

We had the pleasure of working with Joey as City House Hostel New Orleans was opening.  Always glad to see talent being recognized! From a recent post on NoticeAbility  We’d like to introduce you to some inspiring dyslexic artists and entrepreneurs from the NoticeAbility community. The first is Joey Graziano: “I grew up getting into trouble quite often as a kid at school for writing my last name and the names of my favorite sports teams on the desks, windows, floors, playground, etc. As a teenager I began to pick up a spray can, and i started tagging bridges, trains, and walls. I frequently ran into trouble with the law as well as with my mother at home. I learned…