Six stories from travel site NewOrleans.me (Oct/Nov/Dec)


1) About the film “Oil & Water,” which explores the complicated relationship between indiginous Louisiana Cajuns, and the oil industry: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/743/Oil-Water-Explores-Cajuns-and-Oil-industry

2) An overview of Filipino History in New Orleans: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/761/NOLA-Filipino-History-Stretches-for-Centuries

3) About the funky, homemade “Blues Museum” in Algiers Point: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/790/Blues-Folk-Art-in-Algiers

4) About the recent French-inspired “Luna Fete” light projection week at Gallier Hall: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/779/The-City-Is-The-Stage-At-LUNA-Fete

5) About the GrisGris Strut’s call out for teen members for its dance troup and marching band: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/798/Gris-Gris-Strutting-Their-Stuff

6) Railing agains the ferry’s truncated hours, and biggin up First Friday in Algiers Point: http://www.neworleans.me/journal/detail/800/The-Ferry-And-First-Fridays-on-the-Point

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