MOXY Studios (3811 Magazine St., 309-2516; www.moxystudios.com), a contemporary art gallery and working studio, opened in late July to display the art of resident artists Joan Cox, who creates large expressionistic paintings, and Timothy Weekly, who favors abstract monoprints. The new gallery, founded by Cox and Mare McCall, two Baltimore natives, also will feature the work of emerging artists. The gallery will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday as well as for private events.
Salon Bichoée (3030 Severn Ave., Suite 1, Metairie, 888-4000) has joined the area's fashion community by offering a full range of hair services, including Great Lengths Extensions, microdermabrasion, Biotouch and Serie Expo products, Brazilian waxing, manicures and pedicures and more. Free consultations are available as well as late-evening appointments.
Torrid plus size boutique has opened in Oakwood Shopping Center (197 Westbank Expwy., Gretna, 361-3280; www.torrid.com) and is offering women's clothing, handbags, lingerie, swimwear, shoes, jewelry and gifts from manufacturers such as Paris Blues, Baby Phat, Hot Kiss, LEI, Z. Cavaricci, Dickies, Tripp and Spanx.
Zea Rotisserie & Grill just opened an eighth restaurant at 1525 St. Charles Ave. (520-8100; www.zearestaurants.com). The new eatery opened a week ago and will serve dinner only for the first few weeks. It offers a casual dining atmosphere with food that includes rotisserie-cooked meats, seafood, salads, sandwiches, pasta, micro-brewed beers and more. The family of restaurants was founded by Taste Buds Inc., a group of three Louisiana-based chefs.