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The Sweat Social
Earn it.

Get Sweaty
 30-minute workout with a twist

Get Social
Meet new people

Connect with the city
Save your waistline
(504) 510-1973

(Tell them Phillip sent you)

                         Great book by a local author, friend and neighbor!

J. Asher Strunk
Licensed Massage Therapist
LA Lic # 4829
In/Outcalls available by appointment
Asher and his wife are neighbors and friends. I highly recommend him. 

Tel: (504) 881-0242 

United Cabs, Inc. (the only cab company I recommend)
(504) 522-9771

Bicycle Tours of New Orleans - Jeff
and now 
 Bicycle Rentals

If you love kayaking, check them out! 


                                                                       Brad Walton, LMT
Diagnostic and Restorative Massage $70 for an hour, or $80 outcalls Certified in Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, neuromuscular, sports, reflexology, prenatal, and structural integration (joint mobility).                                                                                In/Outcalls available by appointment Phone # 504-314-9031 Email

Dave Rhodes: Artist


Looking for Masks???
Look no further. Here is the site to find special, uniquely beautiful masks of all types. My friend Jane Clugston is an expert and can do custom orders as well. Check out some of her work at:
fyi - Her daughter Emily makes the wonderful little hats! You'll see them on the site, as well :-)

Legendary Tours

Tours of Oak Alley Plantation and the Whitney Plantation (America's 1st Slavery Museum)

(504) 471-1499



"The only free, tip-based tours in New Orleans".

Don Sawyer is an author, educator and international development worker.

Don's more than 50 publications range from academic articles and adult non-fiction to curriculum handbooks and children's stories to op-ed pieces in most of Canada’s leading dailies. Don has provided writing workshops to instructors across Western Canada and the Arctic, especially focusing on the teaching of writing to adult students. His workshops are interactive and practical while being grounded in current theory. He is equally effective with students, and has given readings and writing seminars in dozens of classrooms, libraries, school assemblies and colleges. He is available for student and instructor workshops, classroom readings, and custom writing projects.

As a teacher as well as a writer, his in-service presentations emphasize practical ways of working with his writing and other literature to help students effectively and enjoyably explore all areas of language – reading, writing, speaking and listening. He and Jan Sawyer have prepared a teacher’s guide to accompany the new Miss Flint series, and Don is currently preparing a similar guide for Where the Rivers Meet.

Check out the writings of Don Sawyer