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American Experience: New Orleans     View
Companion to a February 2007 documentary about the history and people of New Orleans, featuring material about New Orleans jazz, Mardi Gras, gumbo, the Pickwick Club during the Civil War reconstruction period, desegregation, Hurricane Katrina, New Or ...

Not For Tourists     View
An online companion to the Not For Tourists books, the website offers details on restaurants, nightlife, shopping and landmarks for cities in the United States and Europe. Also contains user reviews.

New Orleans Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc.     View
Provides everything a visitor needs to know: lodging, tours, Mardi Gras, shopping, restaurants, music and entertainment, museums and attractions, sports, and more.     View
This New Orleans site, created in alliance with The Times-Picayune newspaper, covers news, weather, sports, and business, plus a visitor guide, some webcams, arts, entertainment, and other local information.

The Music, Culture, and Food of New Orleans     View
For anyone planning to visit the "crescent city", this page is a must. Information to help the traveler navigate cuisine, music, carnival, culture, lodging, even to learn the distinctive New Orleans pronunciation is here.

"A Great and Growing City": New Orleans in the Era of the Louisiana Purchase     View
This online exhibit tells "the story of New Orleans during the fifteen years between 1797 and 1812." It features annotated images of documents, maps, and books from the time of the Louisiana Purchase, illustrating "the social, economic ...

City of New Orleans     View
Official information for residents, businesses, and visitors to this city in Louisiana. Provides information relating to recovery efforts from Hurricane Katrina, including links to sites about disaster recovery assistance.

Mardi Gras in New Orleans     View
Material about the celebration of Mardi Gras season in New Orleans, which "officially starts at Twelfth Night, which occurs 12 days after Christmas on January 6th" and runs through the Tuesday before Lent. Includes a parade schedule, a list ...

Freshly Brewed: The Coffee Trade and the Port of New Orleans     View
In addition to presenting an illustrated essay on the coffee trade in New Orleans starting with the early 19th century, this site provides information about New Orleans coffee houses (such as Cafe du Monde), the use of chicory in coffee blends, and t ...

Hurricane Katrina & The Arts     View
Collection of links to arts-related coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Topics include the status of the Louisiana Philharmonic, New Orleans Opera, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and other cultural institutions and artists. From ArtsJournal, "a weekd ...



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