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McKissick Museum hosts traditional Mardi Gras costumes from HBO's 'Treme'

By Desirae Gostlin   

New Orleans is known to have a melting pot of cultures—Native American, African and Creole—and the pinnacle of those blending cultures is Mardi Gras. 407 more words

NOPD looking for man who kidnapped 25-year-old woman

NEW ORLEANS – The NOPD is looking for a man they say kidnapped a woman and held her against her will last night.

The kidnapping occurred just after 8 a.m. 89 more words

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3 injured in 2 alarm fire at Treme rooming house

NEW ORLEANS – Three people were injured in an overnight fire at a Treme rooming house.

According the the New Orleans Fire Department, the fire broke out shortly before midnight on November 6 at The Tirc Hotel in the 1900 block of St. 153 more words

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Man accused of stealing people's wheels -- not the whole car

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Police Department is looking for a man who is accused of stealing the wheels off of cars.

According to police, the most recent case happened around September 30 in the 1400 block of Iberville Street.  299 more words

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Lawsuit asks for more oversight of Sewerage and Water Board

NEW ORLEANS — Standing in front of a flood-damaged church on Orleans Avenue this morning, Shawon Bernard explained just how close her church, the Sixth Union Baptist Church, had come to re-opening for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. 277 more words

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New Orleans Neighborhood Series: Treme

As the oldest African-American neighborhood in the city, the Treme district offers significant contributions to New Orleans’ cultural, political, economic, and social legacy for the past two centuries. 554 more words

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NOPD: Man beats girlfriend, makes her take her shirt off, kidnaps her

NEW ORLEANS – The NOPD is looking for a popular local musician who they say kidnapped his girlfriend at the edge of the Treme neighborhood last night. 94 more words

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