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Sightseeing in Southern Louisiana: Plantations, Bayous, Barrier Islands, and New Orleans

We arrived in Louisiana 6 days before our build was scheduled in order to do some typical tourist stuff. I’d never been in bayou country or seen the city of New Orleans so I was eager to visit a plantation, take a swamp boat tour, and experience some Cajun and Creole culture. 995 more words

Historical Sites

Inauguration Day protests pop up across New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Protests popped up across New Orleans today as people took to the streets to voice their displeasure as Donald Trump was sworn in as the nation’s 45th President. 211 more words

News

Snubbed.

As we near closer to February, it means two things are happening in the NBA: The All-Star Game, and becoming closer to the playoffs. However, I want to focus on one thing, All-Star voting. 377 more words

Sports

Faces

Smiles.

I reckon about now a lot of people could use one today. Or, a lot of them.

It’s Inauguration Day in The United States. It’s pretty fair to say that the entire world is nervous. 319 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Grab yours masks and beads...It's BARDI GRAS on February 28th!

For one night only, the sultry nights and cascading music of New Orleans come together with the poetry of Stratford Upon Avon. Tap into the spirit of the night for some romance, cocktails, masks, beads and adventure… 41 more words

Boom Artists

Olbers in New Orleans

Before I discuss the arrival of the Olbers in New Orleans on January 20, 1839, I want to tell a little tale of an artist who for a while lived in St. 760 more words