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Experiences shared by New Orleanians.

The city of New Orleans is famous for its traditions. When it comes to the winter holidays, we have the lighting of the Algiers Point bonfire, the Krewe of Jingle Parade, Celebration in the Oaks at City Park and...
My truck broke down on Canal Street. So while I was waiting for it to be fixed I stopped into Cafe Beignet to have a cup of coffee and people watch for a while.
Grabbed some lunch at Majoria's Commerce Restaurant this afternoon. This is one of the last old school diners left in New Orleans. Most of these haunts were wiped out by Hurricane Katrina, disappearing beneath the...
You've really got to work hard to find a bad meal in this town. Here are my recommendations for where to get some of the best meals in New Orleans.
Were you downtown on Friday? Did you get out to see the Saints Pep Rally that was held at the Hancock Whitney Building (former 1 Shell Square)? Here is a taste of what it looked like.
Sharing your food gifts to those who are in need is as simple as going to the pantry, the Algiers Point Free Lil Pantry in New Orleans.
It is hard to imagine a more painful way to lose a game, let alone one that would have sent the Saints to the Super Bowl.
Here are two of my favorite NOLA photos, the first one is extremely close to my heart, a young black father and his son making their way through downtown. These are the everyday people of New Orleans...