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Burlesque Brunch: Legs & Eggs

New Orleans history of burlesque dancing is nothing if not intriguing. Luckily, this sexy art form is still embraced by our city’s special culture.

French Quarter restaurant, SoBou, part of the Commander’s Family of Restaurants, honors this history with a boozy burlesque brunch each Sunday! 277 more words

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War of 1812 Pension Records

If you love family tree research, then you know how exciting it is to find a new resource, especially for long, long, long-dead ancestors. It’s also amazing how many records now are available at the click of a mouse. 405 more words

Frederick Police Union Event Supports Law Enforcement

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — The union representing Frederick police officers is holding a rally to support law enforcement.

Sgt. Jonathan Shatlock tells The Frederick News-Post… 83 more words


The Man Who Called 911

Reginald Jones is a 54-year-old black man; a gray beard conceals most of his face. He’s wearing worn black work boots, Dickies work pants, and a new short-sleeved button-down shirt with an image of a tiger on it. 546 more words


Meet my sister-Penny

Hi,it’s me Phil and today I would like you to meet my sister Penny. She is so pleased to meet you.When we came to live with Grandma Rue she was 6 and I was 8. 109 more words

Day 59 - Friday 22nd July 2016

Our first trip to the hospital…
Not the best start at all really. After a pretty sleepless night we arrived in New Orleans, then on the way to our Airbnb to drop off our bags the heavens opened up and it started to absolutely pour with rain, before Abbie tripped on a broken paving slab. 253 more words