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America’s most unique city New Orleans

Welcome to New Orleans. Here, in this little corner of the American South, where European traditions blend with Caribbean influences, the history is as colorful as the local architecture; the food is the stuff of legend. Haitian and African Creoles d...
by eTravelTrips on Sep 26, 2014

New Orleans Jazz Musician Trombone Shorty’s Fiery Performances

Seems like all kinds of popular music is ripe for the picking for this young New Orleans jazz musician. Trombone Shorty’s latest album “For True” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart. Incorporating elements of...
by Notes On New Orleans on Aug 9, 2012

New Orleans Jazz Musician Trombone Shorty’s Fiery Performances

Seems like all kinds of popular music is ripe for the picking for this young New Orleans jazz musician. Trombone Shorty’s latest album “For True” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart. Incorporating elements of...
by Notes On New Orleans on Aug 9, 2012

Day 92, New Orleans French Quarter

Jackson Square in the French Quarter of New Orleans hosts hundreds of years of history. From the St Louis Cathedral built in 1727 that looks down on the statue of General Andrew Jackson to Pirates Alley, directly behind it to the French Market, just...
by Young Snowbirds on Mar 16, 2010


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