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The hotel is a "must-stay for anyone unafraid to stay outside of the French Quarter." [Read More]
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Some of the halftime shows are live, some are pre-recorded, as Lil Wayne's was Monday night. [Read More]
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The Louisiana Children's Museum began construction in 2017 on a $45.5 million, 8.5-acre campus overlooking a lagoon in City Park. [Read More]
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One New Orleans location is participating. [Read More]
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Wednesdays on the Point is set to resume Oct. 10 with Cuban band Muevelo. [Read More]
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Taylor Swift brings her Reputation Stadium Tour to New Orleans on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. [Read More]
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The boil water was issued after water pressed dropped during a power outage. [Read More]
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The two-story apartment building had 16 apartments. [Read More]
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Susan Hendry Tureau, a 70-year-old retired library technician in Baton Rouge, learned the painting was owned by her father. [Read More]
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Fried chicken, foamy beer and high-flying dance: We've got it all this weekend. [Read More]
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Do you like jambalaya? The circus? Latin music? Mexican food? We've got fun for you. [Read More]
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Shelton has 30 years combined reporting, editing, photography and management experience. [Read More]
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American Express card members can buy tickets before the general public beginning Tuesday (Sept. 11) at 10 a.m. [Read More]
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Wednesdays on the Point is a free fall concert series in Algiers Point. [Read More]
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Sixty years ago, UNO (back then called LSUNO) opened for class on Sept. 5, 1958. [Read More]
Tags: UNO - LSUNO - opened
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Buh-bye Gordon. We're reading to make our weekend plans now. [Read More]
Your kids are crushed to be home from school Wednesday, aren't they. [Read More]
Wear black and gold and bring your best dance moves. [Read More]
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Tropical Storm Gordon is moving through the Gulf of Mexico toward the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Track its progress here, along with updates... [Read More]
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It's not the first New Orleans restaurant to get rid of plastic straws... [Read More]
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