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Krewe du Vieux this weekend!

Well, it's that time of year again. Houses, trees, tourists. and locals alike will be adorned in colorful plastic jewlery. The beads, the balls, the beer, the masks, the parades! These are all things we revel in during the Carnival season.  This Saturday,...

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Upcoming Twelfth Night Celebration

Even though Christmas feels like it's over after all of the presents are unwrapped, traditionally the Christmas holiday only just begins on Christmas day, and ends 12 days later on the Twelfth  Night.  This day is believed in Christianity to mark the coming of the...

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Artist Spotlight: Terrance Osborne

The sensory experience New Orleans is so well known for, its sights, sounds, and tastes, are all due to the population of creative people who call this beloved city home. Today we will recognize one of these artists, Terrance Osborne. Terrance is a local New Orleanian...

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French Quarter Architecture

Despite it's name, the French Quarter, New Orlean's oldest neighborhood, has only a handful of buildings that remain in the French colonial style of our founding fathers.  The major events influenced the transformation of theQuarter's build environment -...

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New Orleans Voodoo

Voodoo. That word typically elicits thoughts of devil worship, blood, vampires, or the music festival that takes over New Orleans City Park each Halloween! But, despite its spooky connotation, Voodoo, like most religions is practiced to positively impact its'...

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