Victoria has a Bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in Communication/Electronic Media. Upon graduation she worked as a morning producer in the Baton Rouge area. She and her husband moved back to their hometown, Metairie, to start their careers.
Victoria and her husband love the outdoors. They love to travel, especially when it involves a cruise ship! Victoria is very family oriented. She had a large family and they spend a lot of time together.
NEW ORLEANS – Copper Vine continued its “Between the Vines” wine dinner series on June 13, with an evening of delicious food and decadent wine. The event featured a 5-course dinner, and each course was paired with selections from New Zealand’s Cloudy Bay winery. Before the wines were presented, guests were immerse in a story telling adventure by Sommelier Lydia Kurkoski. She explained how Cloudy Bay was one of the first five wine makers to venture into Marlborough, New Zealand. […]
NEW ORLEANS – It was a night to remember at the Savanna to Swamp Dinner, presented by the Audubon Supper Club. The evening began at 6 P.M. sharp with a train ride to the newly opened lion exhibit. Sisters Nia, Kali, and Zuri were seen relaxing in their spacious habitat. With several vantage points, the lion pride can be easily be no matter where they are in the enclosure, and without any wait. In one area, the glass is replaced […]
NEW ORLEANS – Urban South Brewery is bringing New Orleans a taste of summer with the release of seven taproom brews on Friday, June 14th. The line-up includes limited-edition IPAs, goses and stouts, and once they sell out, they’re gone for good. The beer tapping is just the beginning of a summer of events for Urban South. The brewery will be hosting a Father’s Day celebration on Sunday, June 16th from 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. The party, located at 1645 […]
NEW ORLEANS – Both the historic McDonogh School No. 7 and the Circle Food Store made the list of New Orleans’ most endangered sites. Modeled on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s listing of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places, the New Orleans’ Nine was inaugurated by Louisiana Landmarks Society in 2005. The list aims to save historic sites and facilities that may be threatened by demolition, neglect, or bureaucracy. Through an annual announcement the Society seeks to gain publicity […]
NikeTown London launched its newly redesigned Women by Nike floor last week, and the flagship London store now features plus size mannequins and para-sport mannequins on the floor. Good, right? Well, while you might think the inclusion of a plus size mannequin would be cheered, it actually sparked quite an uproar. What you need to know: Background on the mannequins: A Nike rep explains to ABC News that the Nike Plus Size collection, “crafted to ensure the perfect fit at every size,” was launched in […]
The International Society of Neurogastronomy is presenting a sensory dinner as part of its annual symposium. The dinner is on Thursday, June 20 at 6 P.M. at Calcasieu, 930 Tchoupitoulas Street. The five-course meal, with wine pairings, is curated by James Beard award-winning chef Donald Link and prepared by Cochon chefs based on molecular gastronomy principles. Each course will be introduced by acclaimed chef Fred Morin of Montreal’s Joe Beef and internationally-recognized sommelier Francois Chartier. Guests can also participate in […]
NEW ORLEANS – The 2019 HOPE for Hemophilia Masquerade Gala was celebrated on June 1st, at the Jung Hotel & Residences in New Orleans. The HOPE Gala is an elegant fundraising event filled with celebration to support families going through a medical crisis caused by Hemophilia. Hemophilia is a rare disorder in which blood doesn’t clot normally because it lacks blood-clotting proteins. A whopping $46,000 was raised for Hope Charities in just one night, through sponsorships, ticket sales, auctions, and […]
The U.S. Postal Service rarely makes announcements on Saturdays, but an exception was made on April 6. The USPS revealed the new stamp honoring former President George H.W. Bush. The stamp art is a portrait of Bush painted by award-winning artist Michael J. Deas, based on a 1997 photograph taken by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Phil Jordan was the art director and stamp designer. HW died November 30, 2018, at the age of 94. The “Forever” stamp will always be valued at the […]
NEW ORLEANS – Tickets to the Tony Award-winning musical, KINKY BOOTS, are on sale now. Inspired by true events, KINKY BOOTS tells the uplifting and heartwarming tale of Charlie Price, a young man reluctantly taking over his family’s struggling shoe factory and looking for a fresh idea. Charlie meets and finds inspiration in Lola, a fabulous performer in need of some sturdy new stilettos, and together they discover that it takes a good friend to make a great pair. The production […]
UPDATE- Richardson took first place in the 100 meters final on June 9. Her time was 10.75 seconds, breaking the LSU record for that event which was set 30 years ago. Richardson took second place in the 200 meters final. Austin, Texas – LSU’s Sha’Carri Richardson accomplished a feat that no sprinter in world history has ever done. Nobody. Richardson ran times of 10.99 in the 100 meters and 22.37 in the 200 meters to become the first U20 woman […]
The sun is shining and the sweet smell of Summer is in the air. Families are planning vacations from the beach, to the mountains, and even to the snow. WGNO has rounded up some of our favorite summer necessities, and we are sharing that list with you! HYDY Infuser Bottles From their website: It began with a group of friends, a simple question, and a common idea: What’s the point of spending our lives working if we can’t make a […]
NEW ORLEANS – Shell is happy to announce the NOLA Back 2 School fest, happening Saturday, July 27. At the fest, 5,000 students will receive free backpacks and school supplies. The event will last from 8 A.M. to noon, at Xavier University of Louisiana Convocation Center; 7910 Stroelitz St, New Orleans. The annual NOLA Back 2 School Fest will provide 5,000 students in grades K-6 with free backpacks filled with essential school supplies to give students the basic tools they […]