St. Bernard residents know all to well the challenges facing our neighbors impacted by the recent Louisiana floods. The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation shares a deep empathy for the affected communities. Here are a few ways to help.
The new arts market has added another shopping destination to the quickly developing Arabi Cultural Arts District. The shop offers local artists a new venue to share and market their collective talents.
St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation welcomes live performance venue. The Valiant Theatre and Lounge is slated to open in September within Studio Arabi, the newly established arts campus in St. Bernard Parish.
Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of Winn-Dixie, will unveil its newest remodeled store in Chalmette, La., during a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 14, at 3300 Paris Rd.
The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF), the official economic development organization for St. Bernard Parish, announced its new corporate brand and logo.
Resolution supporting Nunez Community College created during Louisiana's second special legislative session of 2016.
Part time Executive Assistant position now available.
Arts campus will include studios, galleries, artist residences, and a theatre. Borrowing from creative placemaking approaches, the project will leverage arts and culture as a driver for economic development and enhanced livability in the parish.
The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation will be participating in the 2016 GiveNOLA Day, taking place May 3, 2016. The one-day, online giving event is designed to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations.