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The New Orleans Carnival season is justly famous around the world, but there’s more to Mardi Gras than bared breasts and drunken excess. Carnival has its roots in Christian traditions and the ...
New Orleans is a confluence of cultures. Originally settled by the French, then the Spanish, then reverting back to the French and their Haitian friends before finally being sold to the Americans, ...
Revel in the history and culture of the Cajun people while pursuing contact with the distinctive wildlife found in the swamps and bayous of Southern Louisiana. The region is replete with so much ...
After the Haitian Revolt in 1804, New Orleans received a massive influx of Hatian émigrés, and as a result, their culture and voodoo religion came along with them. That, the sordid history ...
Headed to New Orleans
for Mardi Gras? One of the best times of year, this iconic festival is
always a blast for everyone involved, and everyone’s questions seem to
be the same: What are the ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
If you’ve made your way down south and are exploring the gorgeous and cheap avenues of New Orleans ,
you’ve likely been directed to spend some of your time exploring
Magazine Street. This winding ...
Headed down south? Well I doubt you’ve heard of New Orleans being referred to as “Hollywood of the South,” but the moniker is well deserved. Seems like every other month someone is shooting a movie ...
Seems like just about everyone is gearing up for Halloween, but then this should be no surprise; many outlandish settle in New Orleans ,
and let’s not forget the Haitian roots here beckoning back ...
Written by Hudson, USA, June 2012
Oh, New Orleans .
The truth about this city could far outweigh whatever fiction could
create. Built on swampland rumored to be an ancient Indian burial-ground
and erected by Parisian outlaws, ...
New Orleans is a wonderfully complex and culturally rich city. There’s so much to do and see here that you’ll likely be asking yourself, at some point or another, ‘what is the best way to get ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2012
Though it might read like a misnomer, a good time can be had by families
(it actually happens all the time, believe it or not) during the best
of all bacchanalian celebrations: Mardi Gras, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2011
If you’re headed to the south, chances are you’ve got some images in your head about what it might look like. New Orleans
is located in the deep south, and though you might not have to take an ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2012
What once was the New Orleans‘ Warehouse district has been revitalized by an ongoing urban renewal project, and like many other cities where there was once cheap housing and a culturally thick vibe ...
Though its name might sound funny, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is a prestigious museum venerated throughout the South for its truly impressive array of Southern art – the largest collection of ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2011
Got down to New Orleans and hankering for some good-time music? Don’t know what to listen to or where to go? Never you fear. The Ponderosa Stomp is here.
The Ponderosa Stomp was founded about 11 ...
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