Category Archives: Shopping

Ethical Shopping

Author and journalist Stephanie Hepburn has founded Good Cloth, an ethical online clothing shop, as her way to make change in the garment industry and spread awareness on the topic of labor exploitation in a positive way. The shop includes designers who equally care about aesthetics, ethical sourcing and supply chain transparency.

Best of the crafts at the second weekend of Jazz Fest

The New Orleans Jazz Fest marathon hits its home stretch this weekend. Not that you need a break (goodness, no), but if you want one, make sure to take those dancing legs to the craft tents to check out local wares and those from across the globe. Click through the photo gallery above for our picks from the best of the second weekend’s Jazz Fest crafts lineup.

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Home facial for aging skin

As we age, our skin needs a little extra nurturing. Hats and sunglasses become our best friends, and we tend to scour cosmetic shops for the next anti-aging secret. One trick for keeping skin looking its best is adding a weekly home facial that includes key anti-aging ingredients such as vitamin C and hyaluronic acid. Here are some of our favorite products.

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More top picks from the craft booths at the first weekend of Jazz Fest

New Orleans Jazz Fest’s funky spirit is alive and well in the craft tents. This weekend’s lineup of art work, decorative accessories, jewelry and home decor is worth a detour from the music stages and food booths. So add shopping to the list of don’t-miss events at the Fair Grounds.

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How to soothe irritated and dry eyes. Times-Picayune

I have always been able to use any kind of makeup, without worry about eye irritation. I had no idea how lucky I was until my three-year-old daughter passed her pink eye onto me.

Since then, my eyes have become so sensitive that makeup, if not properly removed at night, can leave my eyes looking infected the next day.

So I dialed up Dr. Ginny Kullman, an ophthalmologist at Ochsner Medical Center, for help. Here are her tips for keeping your eyes pretty, not puffy, irritated and red.

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