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  • kmmarrero - Kimberly Marrero Watson @kmmarrero 7 hours ago
  • Made #tbt with 2 minutes to spare! A look back at FQF last weekend 🎷🎺🥁 Made #tbt with 2 minutes to spare! A look back at FQF last weekend 🎷🎺🥁
  • Made #tbt with 2 minutes to spare! A look back at FQF last weekend 🎷🎺🥁
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  • tomasorihuelaphoto - Tomas Orihuela @tomasorihuelaphoto 13 hours ago
  • Congrats @becky_fos! It was so much fun working with you! It was amazing to see how you radiated happiness and positivity!
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What a crazy week it’s been, but everything has been finalized! I’m beyond excited to announce that Gallery B. Fos will be adding another location at 📍922 Royal Street in the French Quarter. I can’t wait to hear the clickety-clack of these furry beauties passing by every day. Thank you to all who have supported my dream and without you this wouldn’t be possible. Stay tuned for our grand opening!! 👩🏻‍🎨🎨🎻🎷🎊
We will be looking for a few more busy bees to join our krewe. Please submit resumes to: gallery@BeckyFos.com 🐝
📸Photo Extraordinarie: @tomasorihuelaphoto Congrats @becky_fos! It was so much fun working with you! It was amazing to see how you radiated happiness and positivity! ・・・ Repost @becky_fos ・・・ What a crazy week it’s been, but everything has been finalized! I’m beyond excited to announce that Gallery B. Fos will be adding another location at 📍922 Royal Street in the French Quarter. I can’t wait to hear the clickety-clack of these furry beauties passing by every day. Thank you to all who have supported my dream and without you this wouldn’t be possible. Stay tuned for our grand opening!! 👩🏻‍🎨🎨🎻🎷🎊 We will be looking for a few more busy bees to join our krewe. Please submit resumes to: gallery@beckyfos.com 🐝 📸Photo Extraordinarie: @tomasorihuelaphoto
  • Congrats @becky_fos! It was so much fun working with you! It was amazing to see how you radiated happiness and positivity! ・・・ Repost @becky_fos ・・・ What a crazy week it’s been, but everything has been finalized! I’m beyond excited to announce that Gallery B. Fos will be adding another location at 📍922 Royal Street in the French Quarter. I can’t wait to hear the clickety-clack of these furry beauties passing by every day. Thank you to all who have supported my dream and without you this wouldn’t be possible. Stay tuned for our grand opening!! 👩🏻‍🎨🎨🎻🎷🎊 We will be looking for a few more busy bees to join our krewe. Please submit resumes to: gallery@beckyfos.com 🐝 📸Photo Extraordinarie: @tomasorihuelaphoto
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  • bluelemonco - Blue Lemon Co. @bluelemonco 14 hours ago
  • Pretty much all of #OnlyLouisiana has some crazy weather going on today. So we’re just over here day dreaming of sunny skies ☀️ and snoballs 🍧! Grab your own Ballin’ baseball tee in the shop for just $26 shop the #linkinbio today! Pretty much all of #onlylouisiana has some crazy weather going on today. So we’re just over here day dreaming of sunny skies ☀️ and snoballs 🍧! Grab your own Ballin’ baseball tee in the shop for just $26 shop the #linkinbio today!
  • Pretty much all of #onlylouisiana has some crazy weather going on today. So we’re just over here day dreaming of sunny skies ☀️ and snoballs 🍧! Grab your own Ballin’ baseball tee in the shop for just $26 shop the #linkinbio today!
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  • boho.travel - Kristin Michelle Elizabeth @boho.travel 4 weeks ago
  • Once a year, the Italian families of #NewOrleans take front and center for a tradition that we somehow managed to carry across an ocean and keep alive through some pretty rough years of immigration. 🇮🇹 Before we could call ourselves Sicilian-Americans, we were simply Sicilians, old world Stregas and healers comfortable enough with herbs and spellwork to know better than to insist it was sacrilegious. When famine hit home in the old country, our Catholicism implored Saint Joseph to spare our towns and the people in them. Our prayers were answered with abundance, and in return, we built elaborate altars (because we’re witchy af) and made offerings with the food we had been blessed with. The tradition continued year after year to Italy’s patron saint, and we took it with us when we came to the “new country,” stubborn and naïve that our culture would be welcome here. It wasn’t. At least, not at first. But New Orleans let us make a home here. She let us unpack our eccentricities, crucifixes and grimoires alike. She loves a good meal, and so our altars never go empty. Here, we eventually thrived. And once a year, on St. Joseph’s Day, ohhhh how we thrive. We’re resilient, us dagos. And we throw a wicked feast. Today, we all Italian y’all. Now come make a plate. 🍝🇮🇹❤️ #TheStubbornStrega #ItalianPride #CatholicWitchcraft Once a year, the Italian families of #neworleans take front and center for a tradition that we somehow managed to carry across an ocean and keep alive through some pretty rough years of immigration. 🇮🇹 Before we could call ourselves Sicilian-Americans, we were simply Sicilians, old world Stregas and healers comfortable enough with herbs and spellwork to know better than to insist it was sacrilegious. When famine hit home in the old country, our Catholicism implored Saint Joseph to spare our towns and the people in them. Our prayers were answered with abundance, and in return, we built elaborate altars (because we’re witchy af) and made offerings with the food we had been blessed with. The tradition continued year after year to Italy’s patron saint, and we took it with us when we came to the “new country,” stubborn and naïve that our culture would be welcome here. It wasn’t. At least, not at first. But New Orleans let us make a home here. She let us unpack our eccentricities, crucifixes and grimoires alike. She loves a good meal, and so our altars never go empty. Here, we eventually thrived. And once a year, on St. Joseph’s Day, ohhhh how we thrive. We’re resilient, us dagos. And we throw a wicked feast. Today, we all Italian y’all. Now come make a plate. 🍝🇮🇹❤️ #thestubbornstrega #italianpride #catholicwitchcraft
  • Once a year, the Italian families of #neworleans take front and center for a tradition that we somehow managed to carry across an ocean and keep alive through some pretty rough years of immigration. 🇮🇹 Before we could call ourselves Sicilian-Americans, we were simply Sicilians, old world Stregas and healers comfortable enough with herbs and spellwork to know better than to insist it was sacrilegious. When famine hit home in the old country, our Catholicism implored Saint Joseph to spare our towns and the people in them. Our prayers were answered with abundance, and in return, we built elaborate altars (because we’re witchy af) and made offerings with the food we had been blessed with. The tradition continued year after year to Italy’s patron saint, and we took it with us when we came to the “new country,” stubborn and naïve that our culture would be welcome here. It wasn’t. At least, not at first. But New Orleans let us make a home here. She let us unpack our eccentricities, crucifixes and grimoires alike. She loves a good meal, and so our altars never go empty. Here, we eventually thrived. And once a year, on St. Joseph’s Day, ohhhh how we thrive. We’re resilient, us dagos. And we throw a wicked feast. Today, we all Italian y’all. Now come make a plate. 🍝🇮🇹❤️ #thestubbornstrega #italianpride #catholicwitchcraft
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