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Come to the New Martin Wine Cellar Grand Opening

by Micah Haley on January 29, 2015

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I’ll be celebrating the opening of Martin’s Wine Cellar at it’s original location tonight: 3827 Baronne Street at the corner of Peniston and Baronne. Come join me.

The press release is below…

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Celebrating the return to the original Martin’s location. 3827 Baronne Street at the corner of Peniston and Baronne.

Martin Wine Cellar along with Mayor Mitch Landrieu and City and State officials celebrate the grand opening of the Baronne Street store at 3827 Baronne Street. The opening of the new, one-story, 14,000 square foot store marks the homecoming of the original Martin’s location. On Friday, January 30th at 1:00 PM, Mayor Mitch Landrieu; Council Member Latoya Cantrell; Earl Randall, Senior CPD Specialist at US Department of Housing & Urban Development; and Pat Forbes, Executive Director of the Louisiana Office of Community Development will join President and Owner, Cedric Martin, in a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate this return.

On Thursday, January 29th, join us at the Baronne Street location from 5 PM to 8 PM for the grand opening celebration with live music, raffles, giveaways, and, of course, wine and hors d’oeuvres. In honor of the opening, Martin Wine Cellar invites you to enjoy complimentary wine tastings and great prices on spirits and wine all week long! Martin’s renowned deli menu items will be 25% off at the Metairie and Baronne Street locations, including wines by the glass, salads, sandwiches, and chef-inspired menu items during lunch and dinner through Sunday, February 1st. There’s more!

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Sandra Bullock helps open New Orleans high school clinic

by Danielle Tabary on August 31, 2010

On the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Oscar-winning actress and new New Orleans resident Sandra Bullock returned to Warren Easton Charter High School for a ceremony kicking off the construction of a new on-campus health clinic. As the school’s frequent patron, Bullock joined educators, school supporters and politicians including U.S. Senators Mary Landrieu and David Vitter, and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

“We’re here to celebrate an anniversary and though that might be hard for some, I choose to emphasize the word ‘celebrate.’ Sometimes tragedies bring out the very best in people and it’s one of the reasons why we stand in this school of excellence today,” Bullock said to the group of people gathered in the school’s auditorium that she previously contributed to rebuilding.

Along with Bullock’s donations, the $700,000 medical and dental clinic received grants from the Kellogg Foundation and the San Francisco 49ers Foundation. The clinic is set to open in the fall and will provide services ranging from flu shots to emergency care.

Cassondra Ferrand, the school’s nurse who helped fight for the clinic project, said Tulane Medical Center will provide physicians, nurse practitioners and social workers for the clinic that will serve an area that’s been looked over since Katrina.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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