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    • 1.

      When Looking for New Orleans Hotels Try the Bienville House

      by Mary Hanna - 2006-12-08
      There are many New Orleans Hotels but for a Boutique Hotel in the very heart of New Orleans there is one that holds a higher standard, The Bienville House on the edge of the French Quarter. It is a ve...
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      Walk New Orleans Parks & Gardens

      by Lee Breeze - 2006-12-09
      New Orleans' parks are beautifully kept nature sanctuaries built on historically significant sites. The parks of New Orleans are a great source of outdoor activities and are especially excellent kid f...
    • 3.

      Market Shopping In New Orleans

      by Lee Breeze - 2006-12-09
      New Orleans holds amazing boutique and market shopping. From French Quarter boutiques to Downtown designer shops, New Orleans offers a rich and rewarding shopping experience. Shopping centers filled w...
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      Live Music Dominates New Orleans Nightlife

      by Lee Breeze - 2006-12-09
      New Orleans is known as the birthplace of jazz, an honor the city prides itself in. From dim lit jazz clubs lining the city streets to its annual Jazz and Heritage Festival, New Orleans is a great Ame...
    • 5.

      Tour New Orleans In Style

      by Lee Breeze - 2006-12-09
      With so much to see and so little time to explore many visitors of New Orleans take city tours to make the most of the experience. Walking, horse drawn carriages and boat tours are all great ways to t...
    • 6.

      Louisiana RV Facilities

      by Adrien White - 2006-12-15
      For those that love something a bit different, Louisiana is the place to be. Most Louisiana RV facilities came through Katrina just fine and here are some highlights.The distinctive culture of Louisia...
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      "A Time Before Me" By Michael Holloway Perronne - Book Review

      by Paige Lovitt - 2007-03-15
      A Time Before Me by Michael Holloway Perronne iUniverse (2006) ISBN 9781583484630 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (1/07)Mason is a gay teen growing up in rural Mississippi . Not only does...
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      "Kamp Katrina" - A Review

      by Leslie Halpern - 2007-03-28
      "Kamp Katrina," a moving documentary about a small group of Hurricane Katrina survivors in New Orleans, had its East Coast premiere at the Florida Film Festival recently. Ms. Pearl, a native American...
    • 9.

      Rap History Shows A Generation Gap

      by Pat Boardman - 2007-04-12
      Iambic Tetrameter in poetry is the simplest form of rhyme scheme. It's also the mainstay of rap; you may have noticed the similarity of rap lines to the poem "Mary Had a Little Lamb" in which the seco...
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      How to prepare and drink an absinthe.

      by David Nathan Maister - 2007-05-20
      Unlike many everyday aperitifs, absinthe was historically almost always prepared and drunk in a highly specific way - this, the so-called "absinthe ritual" was part of the reason for its popularity an...