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American Horror: The Story of Madame Lalaurie

How many of you heard this story?

Madame Lalaurie was a slave mistress from Louisiana who carried a mixed reputation about how she cared for her slaves up until 1834. 666 more words

History

A Month In The Blue Room

I got my face to face introduction to New Orleans in the most delightful way imaginable. Despite my fascination with the music of the area, I hadn’t visited New Orleans during my first few years in the States, for whatever reasons. 2,933 more words
Michael Snow

Watch "Jacqueselini's Amazing Knife Skills" on YouTube

Jacqueselini’s Amazing Knife Skills: http://youtu.be/4QgkJ3X75Tc

New Orleans, LA – Independent Media, LLC announced earlier today plans to begin releasing Jacqueselini’s Catalogue, a reality cooking show featuring Internet cooking personality, Master Cef Jacqueselini. 24 more words

News

Should Cargo Ships With Itineraries That Include Countries with Ebola Cases be Allowed to Dock in the US?

A Summary:

A Liberian cargo ship  in the past week has had sick crew on board. One member was dropped off in Panama and he later died (The CDC tested him in Panama and he was positive for malaria.) The cargo ship then continued to its’ final destination, New Orleans. 242 more words

Cargo Ships

Petit Amelie

One of my favorite restauranteurs in the Quarter, Cafe Amelie has added a storefront just down the street with lovely items and a pleasing dining space. 111 more words

French Quarter

Watch "Jacqueselini's Amazing Knife Skills" on YouTube

Jacqueselini’s Amazing Knife Skills: http://youtu.be/4QgkJ3X75Tc

Mes Amis! I have perfected the dreaded mushroom cut. Check out my latest demonstration, feel the astonishment, and please, do not try this at home. Bienvenue!

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Ship travels to New Orleans after malaria-striken crew members evacuated

BELLE CHASSE, La. (WGNO) –  The Marine Phoenix is traveling up the Mississippi River to New Orleans, Thursday. The ship was in a holding pattern in Belle Chasse overnight, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed sick crew members evacuated from the oil tanker have malaria. 160 more words

Good Morning New Orleans