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Spring Has Sprung: A Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring Has Sprung A Spring Cleaning Checklist

A Spring Cleaning Checklist Although winter is not over for everyone, those lucky enough to live in New Orleans are indeed experiencing the first promises of Spring activities. (Northerners try not to be jealous.) But no matter where you live, Spring will come and with it comes the excitement and promise of new life …

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Spring Outdoor Activities in Mid-City New Orleans

Top Activities & Events In Mid-City This Spring

Mid-City New Orleans Outdoor Activities Spring is here, the warmer temperatures are drawing people out of their winter slumbers, onto their front porches and out into their neighborhoods. If you are lucky enough to live in the Mid-City neighborhood then you have a lot of options for getting out to enjoy the weather. CITY …

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The Charm Of New Orleans’ Garden District

The Charm of New Orleans' Garden District

New Orleans’ Historic Garden District Real estate in the Garden District is famous for its canopy of oak trees lining its streets, and graceful mansions surrounded by lavish gardens. Protected by wrought iron fences with a history of their own, the carefully tended gardens are the crown jewel of the neighborhood. In the spring …

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Life In New Orleans

Life In New Orleans

The New Orleans Life It’s been over ten years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, and real estate in New Orleans is now one of the best housing markets in the country for investors. With the rapid growth of technology, the housing market is continually changing. However, location is and will always be the …

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Ten Things To Do: Mid City New Orleans

Ten Things To Do: Mid City

Top Ten Things To Do In Mid-City New Orleans People give dozens of reasons to buy houses or invest in New Orleans Property, like the nightlife scene and rich history of the area. Stunning streets lined with majestic trees adorn Jefferson Davis Parkway and other popular areas of this neighborhood beckoning visitors and locals …

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A. Botsay

Before the street was renamed after Gov. Francis T. Nicholls, it was Hospital Street for 180 years. And 516 Hospital St. was the residence and business of Alexander Botsay, a pioneer cigar box maker of the South. It was about 1860 that Botsay introduced the cigar box industry to New Orleans. Before that, cigar …

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Crescent City

The crescent that gave rise to our city’s nickname runs from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue, across from Algiers Point. It hugs a sharp, crescent-shaped bend of the river, and the moniker became popular in the early 1800s. When Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville was looking for a place to build a …

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THIS WEEKEND!!!! The Boogaloo Goes On Rain or Shine…Founded during the evacuation of Hurricane Katrina, the Mid City Bayou Boogaloo has shown its commitment to New Orleans through rain or shine, and this year’s festival is no different. The event will occur Friday (evening), Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine. Please show your passion …

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The Mid City Bayou Boogaloo is this weekend and I can’t wait. This is truly one of the best festivals in the city. The band line up is always great, its on the underutilized beautiful Bayou St. John and best of all it’s FREE!! I having been volunteering at the beer booths since the …

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Why New Orleans: Mardi Gras! Jazzfest! Everyday is a Party!

Just thought I’d write a quick blog entry to all those non-New Orleans residents looking at moving to New Orleans. Get ready for a unique American experience: the feeling of living in New Orleans can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

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