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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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Christmas on the Bayou

Christmas time in St Bernard and New Orleans. Bonfires and a Christmas parade with Santa arriving in a boat on the bayou. Music provided by…

Celebration in the Oaks

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New Orleans City Park // Celebration in the Oaks in City Park is one of the most spectacular holiday lights festivals in the country, with more than 165,000 visitors pouring into the park to see the magical winter spectacle. City Park’s famous oaks are swathed… View Details

Caroling in Jackson Square

Jackson Square

Since 1946, Patio Planters du Vieux Carré has sponsored Caroling in Jackson Square, a truly…

The Art of Woman: A sculptural odyssey in bronze

St. Vincent's Guest House

Critically-acclaimed sculptor of public artwork and award-winning Mardi Gras parades, Thomas Randolph Morrison presents “The…

Congo Square Preservation Society presents Sunday Drum Circle

Congo Square

We ARE Saving A Place for YOU in Congo Square! CONGO SQUARE SUNDAYS (approximately) 3PM…