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Eleven People You’ll Meet on the Northshore

How long do you have to live on the Northshore before you really feel like you know the place? I’ve been here for ten years now and I still feel pretty new. But my husband has been here since the mid-nineties so maybe that’s why? Despite my newness, I have…


Hurricane Nate Cancellations

With category one storm Hurricane Nate predicted to hit the New Orleans area late Saturday evening, some events in our area are being cancelled this weekend. We’ll be keeping a list below: The Mandeville Live Concert scheduled for Saturday evening at 6:30PM has been rescheduled for the spring. Classes are…


RV Park Proposed for Madisonville Riverfront

An RV Park has been proposed for Madisonville riverfront–specifically the area surrounding the old lighthouse. Plans seem to indicate an RV park with 55 pads, a rental area for paddle boats, a rebuilt road to the Old Lighthouse, and ten lots for permanent residences (these appear to be houses and…


The TARDIS and other Little Free Libraries on the Northshore

Have you heard about these things called Little Free Libraries? They are decorated wooden boxes or booths placed around communities that are stocked with books. They provide you with the ability to basically exchange books for free with other citizens. Stewards of the libraries maintain them and check on them…



{What to Wear} Mom’s Night Out

Northshore Parent Mom’s Night Out is a little less than a month away and I don’t know about you but I have been thinking about what I am going to wear.  If you haven’t started planning yet now is the time because stores are transferring out their hot pink and…


The Northshore Watches the Eclipse 2017

You may have heard something yesterday about an eclipse. That little solar event that people all across the United States we tweeting, facebooking, texting, and snap-chatting about. We loved seeing so many of our readers and friends getting in on the action so we thought it would be fun to…