Category Archives: Press

The Spirit of Aloha at Mardi Gras 2017

The messages of positivity, community, and love returns to the skies of New Orleans on Fat Tuesday with an Hawaiian theme for 2017. “Aloha” can have many meanings in Hawaiian including themes of love, peace, and compassion. A life of Aloha is when the heart is so full that it’s overflowing with the ability to influence…

Positive Sky returns for Jazz Fest ’16

Positive Sky returns to the skies over the “City that Care Forgot” for both Saturday’s and Sunday’s of Jazz Fest 2016 In the sky above Jazz Fest Saturday, Positive Sky will be doing a tribute to Prince and the late the wife of an NOPD officer who died of cancer at 43 years old last week. This…

WGNO helps the cause

Thanks to WGNO for posting about our upcoming fundraiser at the Foundation Room. The man behind them wants to do more for Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest again this year, but he’s asking for help to cover the costs. The event will be Tuesday, January 12, at the House of Blues’ Foundation Room. Organizer Frank…

AP covers New Orleans Skywriter

The AP published stunning images of our New Orleans Skywriting efforts on their website, and the story was covered all over the globe. Read the excerpt below and click here for the full story and photo gallery. High above New Orleans, a small plane rolled in tight barrels, trailing smoke to create inspirational messages: smiley…

Mysterious New Orleans skywriter revealed – WWLTV

Check out the WWLTV report about our  New Orleans skywriting project. Here’s an excerpt from the transcript. Click Here for the full story and video. For the past couple of days, people have been mystified by mysterious, positive messages appearing above their heads. “Nobody could figure out who was doing it and why they were doing it,”…

Who is responsible for the skywriting in New Orleans? Nola.com

Nola.com reported on the local interest in our project and the “mystery” of who was behind it. Read below for en excerpt, and click here for the whole story. Who is responsible for the skywriting in New Orleans that started appearing Wednesday morning (April 29)? A report from WDSU says we can thank a New Orleans businessman…