Archive for ‘Storyville Road Trip’

Storyville visits San An-tone

Last week, Josh and I decided to take a little detour. Instead of traveling from New Orleans to Austin the way we normally go, we instead took I-10 all the way to San Antonio, where we spent two days taking in the sights. After all, we’ve been told many times by different people that we [...]

Storyville Goes to Washington

Josh and I took a trip to Washington, DC Wednesday afternoon to talk to our U.S. Senators about Swipe Fee Reform. Swipe Fee Reform was part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed by Congress last year and signed into law. It caps the fees that merchants (like us) have to [...]

Storyville Explores Manhattan (and Hoboken)

This post would probably be more appropriately written by Josh, who returned to New York for the first time last week since he left four years ago. He lived in Hoboken, NJ from 2003-2007, and it was in New York/Hoboken that the idea for Storyville was conceived. But I’m writing about the trip instead, so [...]

Storyville to visit Chicago, New York City in 2011

In January 2011, Storyville will visit Illinois, New Jersey and New York on scouting trips for future shops.  Storyville will be looking for available retail space in Chicago, Hoboken (New Jersey), Manhattan and Brooklyn.  It may take a little while for us to get shops in these cities, but it never hurts to start looking.  [...]

Storyville Road Trip: 48 Hours in Nashville

The Storyville Road Trip has come to a thrilling end.  Natalie and I spent the 2 days walking up and down the streets of Nashville.  We explored the Vanderbilt University area, including Hillsboro Village, 21st Avenue and West End Avenue.  We also visited downtown Nashville, the 12th South area (including The Gulch), Germantown and East [...]

Storyville Road Trip: 24 Hours in Athens

Let me tell you a little bit about how we got to where we are now.  Originally, this little trip was going to take us to a ton of Southern cities — Gainesville, Savannah, Asheville, Chapel Hill, etc. — but we soon realized that going to a bunch of cities in one week wouldn’t be [...]