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Zip-lining Over Swamps In New Orleans Is The “Activity Of The Week”


NEW ORLEANS, LA – The newest tourist attraction in New Orleans is also the most exciting and exhilarating that has recently debuted in the Crescent City.  Located roughly 15 miles from the airport, and about 25 miles from downtown New Orleans, this is not only a zipline experience, but a swamp tour as well. Zip […]

May 8th, 2022 | Posted in Entertainment,Family and food,Featured/Main article,Van Nuys News | Read More »

The Frenchman Hotel In New Orleans Is The “Property Of The Week”


NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA — If there’s one place that practices the philosophy of laissez faire, it’s here. Because it’s this street and this hotel where life truly takes its own course, as life should. A place we encourage you to move at your own pace be it a late morning wake up call, a carefree […]

April 18th, 2022 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Late Breaking News,Travel | Read More »

801 Royal Is The “Restaurant Of The Week”

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The Story of 801 Royal NEW ORLEANS, LA — 801 ROYAL is an address that has been a part of the History of New Orleans since the 1700’s. 801 ROYAL was originally constructed by the Dorel Family in 1776, and then rebuilt in the late 1700’s after it burned down during the Great New Orleans […]

September 14th, 2017 | Posted in Business,Family and food,Featured/Main article | Read More »

Newest New Orleans Luxury Hotel “Powers Up!”

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Former New Orleans Public Service Inc. headquarters re-imagined as luxury hotel; historic property opens after celebratory event attended by dignitaries, city and state officials NEW ORLEANS, LA — NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans officially powered up, illuminating the city’s luxury lodging landscape. Located in the vibrant Central Business District, the nine-story brick building was originally constructed […]

September 14th, 2017 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Hotels,Resorts, and Spas,Late Breaking News,Travel | Read More »

Exhibition To Bring Early Days Of New Orleans Settlement To Life

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NEW ORLEANS, LA — In commemoration of the city’s 300th anniversary in 2018, The Historic New Orleans Collection will provide a multifaceted exploration of the city’s first few decades and its earliest inhabitants with “New Orleans, the Founding Era,” an original exhibition and bilingual companion catalog. Opening Feb. 27, 2018, and sponsored by Whitney Bank, […]

September 14th, 2017 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel,Van Nuys News | Read More »

New Orleans Is A Great City To Visit Year-round

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By Roger Allnut, Travel Writer NEW ORLEANS, LA — New Orleans may be best known for its Mardi Gras festival held over two weeks every February but in fact it is a fun place the rest of the year as well. Mardi Gras culminates on Shrove Tuesday each year with a huge parade through the […]

July 16th, 2016 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

New Orleans Own Elysian Fields Inn Perfectly Located For Fun

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NEW ORLEANS, LA — As a top rated New Orleans Bed and Breakfast, the staff at Elysian Fields Inn are dedicated to their guests and want their experience in New Orleans to be the best it can be. The proprietors at Elysian Fields Inn know that there are many choices when you are looking at […]

August 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

The Bourbon Orleans Is The “Hotel Of The Week”

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NEW ORLEANS, LA — The iconic Bourbon Orleans Hotel is located in New Orleans’ exciting French Quarter. It has a rich history along with a vibrant present. A multi-million dollar restoration has positioned this historic hotel as an upscale haven for the modern traveler. Located adjacent to two great New Orleans landmarks, the St. Louis […]

January 1st, 2015 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Hotels,Resorts, and Spas | Read More »

The History of Mardi Gras

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Where and When the Madness Began Long before the Christian era, young men in disguise would roam the streets of Rome carousing during the winter Saturnalia. In the third century, A.D., the emperor Aurelius fixed December 25 – the winter solstice under the Julian calendar – as the birthday of the Invincible Sun, which the […]

August 24th, 2013 | Posted in Featured/Main article,Travel | Read More »

Tales Of New Orleans

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THE GOODS ON GUMBO   Native American file’ spice thickens and flavors the stock. Okra (from the Bantu nkombo) also helps with the thickening process as do Creole tomatoes. The ‘holy trinity’ of New Orleans food — onions, garlic and green peppers — is a must. OUR LADY OF PROMPT SUCCOR On January 7, 1815, […]

September 14th, 2012 | Posted in Travel | Read More »


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