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Living on the Wild Side: New Orleans with Red Velvet

I just got back from a week long “vacation” with one of my best friends, Tracy Keeton!  Tracy texted me and told me she had found a $150 round trip plane ticket to New Orleans, Louisiana, and wanted someone to go with her.   1,051 more words


I'm On The Phone With Singapore

is now my standing excuse for all night time engagements I would just assume not.

We got off early but damn it, I’m still on the phone with Singapore as far as you all are concerned. 246 more words

Toulouse Street

Three Places To Spot A Trolley (2015)

1. San Francisco.
2. New Orleans.
3. Galveston.
A diesel powered star-
Also known as a streetcar.


Best Brunches: New Orleans

New Orleans is known for being one of the best food cities in the country. And for brunch, this couldn’t be more true. Below are a list of five of our favorite brunch spots in the city, all of which we can assure will improve your Sunday mornings. 641 more words


Étouffée (or Etouffee)

Even a week after Mardi Gras’ end in New Orleans, the colorful bead garlands continue to drape trees along the parade route. A time for simplicity that follows all the merrymaking seems harder to shed in the city, especially one noted for its soupy gumbo, meaty jambalaya, and crawfish étouffée (pronounced ay-too-fay). 438 more words


St. Anne Parade, Mardi Gras Day, Marigny, New Orleans, February 17, 2015

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