3 Resolutions for Your 2015 New Orleans Vacation

Planning to travel to New Orleans this year? Between all of the festivals, attractions and food that draws people to the city each year, you have plenty to do and see no matter what time of year you visit. But … Continue reading

Enjoy a Snapshot of New Orleans at PhotoNOLA

From the towering mansions on St. Charles Ave and quaint Spanish architecture of the French Quarter to majestic, moss-covered oak trees and brilliant sunsets over the Mississippi River, New Orleans is a picturesque city, to say the least. This has … Continue reading

Unveil Neighborhood History at Tremé Culture Fest

The birthplace of jazz. Home of Congo Square. Home of Mardi Gras Indian culture. Home of the brass band. Oldest African-American neighborhood in the U.S. These are just a few reasons why Tremé is one of the most celebrated neighborhoods … Continue reading

Immerse Yourself in Asian Culture at NOMA’s Japan Fest

New Orleans knows how to celebrate a wide range of cultures besides its own local traditions, and Japan is no exception. The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) hosts its annual Japan Fest each October, and it brings together Japanese … Continue reading

Beat the Heat: Indoor Summer Fun in New Orleans

    If you’ve ever visited New Orleans in the summertime, you know what it means to be hot and humid. It makes being outside almost unbearable at times, and the thirst for indoor activities is stronger than ever. Luckily, … Continue reading

Jackson Barracks, a Delight for History Buffs.

    Memorial Day has just passed, it’s fitting to take a look at one of the oldest facilities in the United States for housing soldiers-Jackson Barracks, in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans on St. Claude Avenue.    It’s been … Continue reading

U.S.Mint Jazz Museum

New Orleans is home to many performance venues, from funky neighborhood clubs to the recently renovated grand theater, Mahalia Jackson Theater for Performing Arts in Armstrong Park, www.mahaliajacksontheater.com/.  We recently told you about the reopening of the Joy Theater, as … Continue reading