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 on St. Claude Avenue.    It’s been through a lot since … Continue reading

Southern Food and Beverage Museum – New Orleans

You’ve probably never been to a museum dedicated to food and beverages before.   In fact, it’s almost certain you haven’t, unless you’ve been to Southern Food and Beverage Museum at Riverwalk Marketplace .  The Southern Food and Beverage Museum … 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, … Continue reading

New Orleans Offers a Variety of Museums

New Orleans has no lack of museums, and as always, they celebrate the city’s renowned diversity.  For starters, there’s your traditional art museum, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. That is our flagship art museum, the New Orleans Museum of … Continue reading