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New Orleans Like A Local

New Orleans Like A Local

January 21, 2013  |  New Orleans

Last week, I wrote about things to see and do in New Orleans if you’re visiting for the first time. This week, it’s time to hang out in the Big Easy like a local. Don’t get me wrong, us locals like to do the things like strolling… Read More »

Hotel Rooms For Super Bowl XLVII

Hotel Rooms For Super Bowl XLVII

January 11, 2013  |  New Orleans

Are you ready for some football? It’s almost time for the Big Game in the Big Easy.  Whether you’re coming to New Orleans because there is a chance your team could play in Super Bowl XLVII or just because you love football, New Orl… Read More »

Christmas Bonfires Along The Levees 2012

Christmas Bonfires Along The Levees 2012

December 18, 2012  |  New Orleans

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Santa Claus get a little help with navigation along the Mississippi River. On Christmas Eve, along many sections of the levees there will be bonfires lighting the way for Papa Noel, as we like to call him down… Read More »

Wizard World Comic Con 2012

Wizard World Comic Con 2012

December 5, 2012  |  New Orleans

If you missed the New Orleans Comic Con, then you missed out on one heck of a sci-fi, geeky good time. Stars from The Boondock Saints, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Buffy, Hercules, the WWE, and, of course, the comic book industry itself were al… Read More »

Mouth Watering New Orleans Recipes To Try

Mouth Watering New Orleans Recipes To Try

November 8, 2012  |  New Orleans

I love cooking and baking almost as much as I love devouring the delicious rewards of the hard work. I have a feeling that I’m not the only out there like that, especially when it comes to New Orleans (and Louisiana) influenced recipes. That… Read More »

A Brief History of the Mississippi River

A Brief History of the Mississippi River

September 13, 2012  |  New Orleans

Ahhhh, the mighty Mississippi... To some, the Mississippi River is nothing more than a brown slice of water separating the east bank from the west bank of New Orleans. Its a reason to pay a toll. To others, its been a way of life for hundreds … Read More »

New Orleans History Lesson: Part Two

New Orleans History Lesson: Part Two

July 20, 2012  |  New Orleans

Need a primer on New Orleans’ long and storied past? Experience New Orleans offers a two-part snapshot of what happened where in New Orleans, from the city’s founding to the present-day. Whether you’re a NOLA native or new visitor, … Read More »

New Orleans History Lesson: Part One

New Orleans History Lesson: Part One

July 13, 2012  |  New Orleans

Need a primer on New Orleans’ long and storied past? Experience New Orleans offers a two-part snapshot of what happened where in New Orleans, from the city’s founding to the present-day. Whether you’re a NOLA native or new visitor, … Read More »

Jazz Fest Highlights: Second Weekend

Jazz Fest Highlights: Second Weekend

May 7, 2012  |  New Orleans

The best of the Fest, day by day. Thursday, May 3 The second weekend of Jazz Fest started off with a talent-packed Thursday lineup. Flow Tribe, the Dukes of Dixieland, Ani DiFranco, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and more highly anticipated acts … Read More »

Meet the Carriage House at Maison Dupuy

Meet the Carriage House at Maison Dupuy

March 27, 2012  |  New Orleans

Just when you thought that the Maison Dupuy couldn’t get any better–welcome to the Carriage House. An 1800s cottage tucked behind the hotel, the Maison Dupuy’s Carriage House is the ultimate in French Quarter luxury. The firs… Read More »