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Puch Maxi at The Riverview (a.k.a. “The Fly”).

Situated along the Mississippi River, just behind Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, is a park named The Riverview—but to locals it’s called “The Fly.” Its name comes from a structure that no longer exists. 111 more words

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Chinese Mopeds in Grand Prairie, TX How to Buy the Best among Them

Sales of two-wheelers is a record high in the last 10 years with most of the American average commuters preferring to ride standardly sized mopeds for sale in Dallas, TX and around. 591 more words


Puch at statue of Cuban hero José Martií.

Rode by this statue in honor of Cuban patriot José Martií found in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans. New Orleans was once Cuba’s largest U.S. 89 more words

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Puch Maxi with American Can Company Building.

Situated near Bayou St. John in the Mid-City neighborhood of New Orleans is the former building of the American Can Company. Apparently, it was a big deal when the company announced in 1905 plans to construct the factory to manufacture tin cans. 64 more words

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Puch Maxi at the James Pitot House.

Located on Bayou St. John in New Orleans, The Pitot House is an 18th-century Creole colonial country home. It was designed for the hot Louisiana summers so has no hallways and doors across from each other to keep cool air moving. 65 more words

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Ordinary or Extraordinary? Little Difference in Spelling, BIG Difference in Life!

This new offering by Kekla  Magoon is wonderfully unique. It’s not often that a chapter book features a friendship between a couple of preteen brothers and a sixteen-year-old boy. 475 more words

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Puch Maxi at Carrollton Cemetery No. 2

A block north of Carrollton Cemetery No. 1 is Carrollton Cemetery No. 2. It was formerly with St. Mary’s Nativity Catholic Church (which later was absorbed into Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church). 44 more words

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