Stranger's Guide: New Orleans Issue 15

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HOLIDAY SHIPPING DEADLINES

Note that our deadlines differ than shipping carriers in order to account for Omoi Zakka Shop processing time.

Omoi Holiday Ordering Deadlines

Order by these dates to have your package delivered to carrier (USPS, UPS) by carrier-issued deadlines. Due to carrier reported volume slowdowns, delivery dates shipping timeframes are ESTIMATED and NOT guaranteed.

  • USPS First Class & Priority: 12/12 (Monday)
  • USPS Priority EXPRESS: 12/19 (Monday)
  • UPS Ground & Standard: 12/14 (Wednesday)
  • UPS 2nd Day Air: 12/19 (Monday)

Guaranteed Date Delivery

If you require delivery guaranteed for a certain date, please choose UPS 2nd Day or USPS Priority Express (2 days). Please keep in mind that we require up to 24 hours to pull, pack and deliver your order to shipping carrier. Expedited delivery orders must be placed before 3pm EST in order to be processed the following day.

Beware Porch Thieves!

Depending on your order, our typical carton size may run as large as 14"x20", which may not fit inside a door or mailbox. Carriers suggest having packages shipped to your office, or a UPS Store or post office for pickup. If loss, damage or missing contents occur to any parcel after successful delivery scan, reimbursement will not be offered.

All orders placed after 3:00pm EST Monday Dec. 20 are not able to be rushed for holiday delivery,

though we will continue to pack and ship round the clock. We recommend ordering 2022 planners by Dec. 22 to have them in time for January 1st!

Local Pickup

Hold Times Extended for your convenience! We’ll hold for 20 days - shop now, pickup whenever! Shop Open 7 Days

For tourists, New Orleans can feel like America’s best playground. Whether it’s Mardi Gras, JazzFest or just a long weekend in spring, it’s a city to visit, to let loose and to be entertained. Come with us to encounter a different New Orleans, where fights over climate change, queer politics and racial justice unfold alongside music, tradition and joy.

The more you love the Big Easy, the more meaningful it is to see this special place holistically—its cultural institutions, its longstanding Black history, its music, its poverty, its food. New Orleans has always occupied a unique place in American identity, a crossroads for some of the country’s best and worst qualities. Explore it all with Stranger’s Guide: NOLA.

Stranger’s Guide magazine provides nuanced portraits of place by the authors and photographers who call that place home. They explicitly seek locations often subjected to lazy cliches, with the hope we can turn stereotypes on their head.