Katrina FAQsAugust 1, 2006 | New Orleans
Your site says that New Orleans is open for business...what about the hurricane? Didn't it destroy most of New Orleans? Everyone in New Orleans has been or knows someone who has been affected in some way but no, Katrina did not destroy most of… Read More »
$1.50 Chocolate Snowball Please!July 27, 2006 | New Orleans
Several nights a week, my wife and I cool off with a snowball from Casey's on West Esplanade in Metairie! Many nights, it's the meeting place for several of our friends.Snowballs are a tradition for locals all around the New Orleans area. F… Read More »
Our July 4th Celebration: This year is specialJuly 5, 2006 | New Orleans
For the last 15 years, I have spent my July 4th evenings working the Go 4th on the River Celebration. Each year, the entire Riverfront is crowded not only with locals but also with visitors from the Essence Festival, an annual July 4th weekend eve… Read More »
Rediscover New Orleans!July 3, 2006 | New Orleans
I have spent the last 30 years of my life promoting New Orleans. After Katrina, besides my home flooding, I was not called back to work. My job was to promote an attraction in New Orleans. Much has changed in my life in the last 10 months, but the… Read More »
Thank you, 17,500 Librarian Visitors!June 29, 2006 | New Orleans
If you were Downtown this past week it felt so good to see convention delegates in mass numbers walking the streets, shopping, eating (spending money) and having fun. The American Library Association's annual conference was a huge success… Read More »
The Librarians Are Here!June 22, 2006 | New Orleans
At last, the wait is over. The American Library Association, the first major citywide convention post Katrina, begins today through June 28. The exhibits will be open June 24-27 in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. The conference features a … Read More »
Now is a Great Time to Visit New Orleans!June 20, 2006 | New Orleans
From the New Orleans CVB: The historic areas and tourism core of New Orleans have enjoyed the reputation for being a safe place to be for residents and visitors alike, and more so in the months following Hurricane Katrina. During this time, … Read More »
A non-gamer at Harrah's New Orleans CasinoJune 11, 2006 | New Orleans
My wife loves to play video poker and those new video slot machines (or any slot machine for that matter). I'm not crazy about feeding those things but I agreed to go to Harrah's last night with her just to have something to do on a Saturd… Read More »
Something new for the National D-Day MuseumJune 7, 2006 | New Orleans
The New Orleans museum that honors the achievements of the generations that fought in World War II has officially been changed from the National D-Day Museum to the National WWII Museum .. and is now open. The National WWII Museum has opened … Read More »
New Orleans attractions re-open after KatrinaJune 7, 2006 | New Orleans
The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas opened Memorial Day Weekend after an 8 month shutdown because of the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. It was so exciting to be back in the Aquarium, and it appeared to be even more beautiful than before… Read More »
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