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An Urban Farm Puts New Orleans Teens to Work (The Atlantic)

theatlanticcities.com - In a city that is perhaps the country’s most culturally rich, it is a bit surprising that the large city park in its heart is called, well, City Park. But don’t mistake the generic name for a place devoid of special activity.Indeed, at the…

Zack Kopplin wins "Troublemaker of the Year" award (The Gambit)

bestofneworleans.com - By Kevin Allman - Zack Kopplin, the 19-year-old Rice University student and Louisiana native who's spent the last two years advocating for repeal of…

 

Visitors Make Great Volunteers And So Do You

In town for Mardi Gras? Looking to take a break from the party and aid in the City's recovery? Join lowernine.org in rebuilding homes in the city's Lower…

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Faubourg St. John

Faubourg St. John, established in 1708, is a neighborhood located just north of Broad Street at the intersection of Orleans Ave. It is approximately 75…

The Art of Woman: A sculptural odyssey in bronze

Visual Arts

St. Vincent's Guest House // Critically-acclaimed sculptor of public artwork and award-winning Mardi Gras parades, Thomas Randolph Morrison presents “The Art of Woman A sculptural odyssey in bronze.” This permanent public exhibit of gorgeous original new sculptures will be located at St. Vincent’s Guest House,… View Details

Eric Bloom Presents Sonic Bloom featuring Nigel Hall

Maple Leaf Bar

Sonic Bloom featuring Nigel Hall Every Wednesday Night in May at the Maple Leaf Eric…

2014 International Famine Commemoration

Irish Cultural Museum of New Orleans, French Quarter, Tulane University, Gallier Hall, Celtic Monument,

New Orleans, with its rich Irish history and traditions, has been selected by the Irish…

Daria & The Hip Drops

Freret Street Publiq House

Most frequently compared to Lily Allen, or an unexpected blend of No Doubt colliding with…