Welcome to NOELA Services!

If you are familiar with the NOELA Newsletter or NOELA Magazine you already know NOELA Services. If you’re not familiar with either of these publications, I hope you’ll get to know us.

Since July, 2009, NOELA (New Orleans East LA) Services has been devoted to promoting positive images of the East, through stories and ads about businesses, people and places found in the East. Many of those stories, including advice by local medical, security, environmental and financial experts and consumer watchdogs, were found on the previous NOELANews.com website, and while some of that prior content will be brought back, you will also see new content here.  Continue reading “Welcome to NOELA Services!”

Small Business Profile: WINK Your Eyes Eyelash Studio & Makeup Store

WINK Your Eyes is Louisiana’s Premier Salon that specializes exclusively in eyelashes. We provide an automatic face lift to the everyday woman through eyelash extensions, eyebrow shaping, and makeup application. We specialize in add on services overlooked by many salons as our primary service and we execute them swiftly and proficiently. Since our establishment in 2011 at the Mall of Louisiana in Baton Rouge WINK Your Eyes has serviced more than 80,000 clients with eyelashes, eyebrow and makeup needs.

WINK Your Eyes is comprised of a team of certified makeup artist, cosmetologist and estheticians that are dedicated to enhancing the beauty of the everyday woman. We have an extensive line of our own products from eyeshadows, eyebrow powders, eyelashes and more. Our products have been used daily in our salons and by thousands of customers. 

New Orleans

WINK Your Eyes opened a 1,700 square foot facility in the heart of Mid-City New Orleans on Canal Street in May of 2018. WINK is expanding its service menu to include full body waxing and permanent makeup. WINK in New Orleans will employ six eyelash technicians, one full service esthetician and four independent makeup artists.

http://www.winkyoureyes.com

Instagram: @winkyoureyes

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DIXIE BREWING COMPANY SET TO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON JANUARY 25, 2020

NEW ORLEANS, LA – Dixie Brewing Company, LLC is set to open its doors to the public on Saturday, January 25, capping a 14-year local production hiatus after the brewery was destroyed due to Hurricane Katrina.  The location (3501 Jourdan Road) was selected specifically due to its proximity to downtown New Orleans (eight minutes from the French Quarter), ease of logistics, and its capacity to brew and package nearly 100,000 barrels annually. Continue reading “DIXIE BREWING COMPANY SET TO OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON JANUARY 25, 2020”

New Orleans City Business-Moon river: Rocket part ferried on the mighty Mississippi

By: The Associated Press January 8, 2020

With a brass band playing and a parade of workers sporting Mardi Gras beads, a huge component of a new rocket system was wheeled slowly from a New Orleans spacecraft factory on Wednesday to a barge that will float it to another site for testing. Read more.

The Forming of New Orleans East

From Lake Pontchartrain to Lakes Catherine and Borgne; Bayou Sauvage and Little Woods, or as it was originally known — Petit Bois — New Orleans East evolved from a land inhabited by the Tchefuncte people at Big Oak and Little Oak Islands.

In the process, Forts Pike and Macomb became integral in the system of protection for the area in the 1800’s. In the popular recreational area, hunters, trappers, fishermen and oystermen took advantage of the bounty that still exists today, in the form of ducks, deer, hogs, numerous types of fish, crabs and small game. The area was also home to orange groves at one point.

Impacted by several storms, including the Great Storm of 1915, Hurricane Betsy in 1965 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the population has fluctuated from as many as 95,000 in 2000 to 65,000 in 2010, rebounding to, by some accounts, as many as 80,000 currently, in several socially diverse neighborhoods.

Richard Campanella’s article, Searching for the lost coastal communities of eastern N.O., in the Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate, details the transformation of New Orleans East from the 1700’s to today.

Read the article here.