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Storyville and Gambit partner for a T-shirt contest

You've got your black-and-gold T-shirt, your Hubig's Pies T-shirt and, just maybe, your "I Got Bourbon Faced On Sh*t Street" T-shirt (we won't judge). Now, Gambit has partnered with Storyville to create the official Gambit T-shirt.…

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Second line Sunday: Goodfellas annual second line steps off Uptown

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Hello, Texas Friends! Have You Read Your State’s Republican Party Platform?

…because it’s pretty depressing. I can’t imagine that Louisiana’s is much better, but at least our creepy, backwards-looking, misogynist, white supremacists have been quieter about it. (And lazier: they haven’t posted an update to their obnoxious 2008 platform.) Anyway, here are some of the high low points. There’s a lot more here. Not recommended on an […]
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Tonight In New Orleans: Pause4Dinner, Supporting The LASPCA

Just a reminder that tonight is the Louisiana SPCA’s annual “Pause4Dinner” event. If you want to give the organization a leg (or a paw) up in helping strays and other animals in need, all you have to do is grab a bite tonight at any of these participating restaurants. Each and every one of them […]
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Why Isn’t New Orleans’ Mayor Supporting Marriage Equality?

At last week’s U.S. Conference of Mayors, nearly 80 of those in attendance voiced their support for marriage equality. In that number: mayors of places like Lima, Ohio and Hallandale Beach, Florida. New Orleans didn’t make the cut. Now, I like Mitch Landrieu. I like him a lot. He’s one of the smartest men I’ve […]
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Much Of America Still Hates Louisiana (And Our Congressional Delegation Isn’t Helping)

Many of us bitch and moan about the commenters on NOLA.com. To the site’s credit, it’s doing a better job of moderating these days, but it’s still pretty easy to find racist, homophobic, inflammatory remarks lurking below the fold. I mean, I’m not asking anyone to curtail her right to free speech — if you […]
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Hurricane Katrina, Or, Enough Already, Lady

Six years after the fact, you’d think that most of us in New Orleans would be tired of talking about Hurricane Katrina. We are. That’s not to say that everything’s as it was. That’s not to say that everyone has come home. And that’s certainly not to say that people, communities, and the city we […]
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Dear Media Idiots: Hurricane Isaac Is Not Hurricane Katrina

Let’s get one thing clear: Hurricane Isaac — or, at the moment, Tropical Storm Isaac — is not Hurricane Katrina. Katrina was a monster, scaling the heights of the Saffir-Simpson scale to become a rare Category 5. Katrina was also huge. At one point, she covered almost the entire Gulf of Mexico. Worse, Katrina arrived […]
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The Bon Appetit Grub Crawl: A Tour Of French Quarter Cuisine

The New Orleans MetBlog is happy to present a guest post by culinary historian Elizabeth Pearce. She recently attended the Bon Appetit Grub Crawl, which led foodies through a range of French Quarter eateries to sample new dishes.  * * * * * One of the great things about food festivals is the opportunity to […]
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The UpStairs Lounge Tragedy: Now A Musical

Here is a conundrum: since fourth grade I’ve been involved in theatre, I have a degree in theatre, and I currently work with a theatre company in New Orleans. Some of the first shows I ever did in the theatre were musicals. And yet: I hate musicals. “Hate” is a strong word. Let me rephrase that: […]
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Hints From A Homo: Things To Remember During Carnival & MardiGras

If you’re heading to New Orleans within the next few weeks, there are plenty of ways find Carnival-themed fun.* Gambit’s Best of New Orleans website is a great place to start your research, and if you like the printed word, every Walgreens in town has copies of Arthur Hardy’s Mardi Gras Guide. I’ve also cobbled […]
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Don't Miss The Louisiana Brewery Trail

Add Poverty Point Reservoir State Park to Your Bucket List

Poverty Point Reservoir State Park, only a few miles from Poverty Point World Heritage Site, the recently inscribed UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of my favorite parks to visit, whether for a day trip or overnight. The beach area is ideal for watching birds fly over the reservoir; in the winter, it’s a lovely place for peaceful contemplation.


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Louisiana Cities and Towns: What’s In the Names?

You may know that Louisiana was named for French King Louis XIV. The territory was named in his honor by French explorer La Salle, who claimed the territory to the west of the Mississippi River in the 1680s for France. The huge land tract—the Louisiana Purchase—would later form all or parts of 15 states and two Canadian provinces. 

But the cities and towns inside Louisiana have some interesting stories behind their names as well.


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7 True Detective Filming Locations to Visit

Sitting in a ditch watching Matthew McConaughey film a scene for the HBO series True Detective is not the most glamorous side of the movie industry. Yet with McConaughey’s wardrobe crew on one side of me and his hair and makeup crew on the other, it did make the perfect, albeit gritty, spot to watch the unfolding scene. In fact, everything about True Detective, especially the locations, is gritty. Thank goodness as a country girl from the river parishes, I’m not afraid of a little (a lot) of dirt.


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Explore Louisiana's African-American Heritage Trail

Louisiana’s African-American Heritage Trail includes 41 sites throughout the state that showcase the contributions of African Americans not only to Louisiana but to all of the U.S. in history, culture, food, music, the arts and literature. Sites range from historic homes and antebellum plantations to churches and cemeteries. Here’s a sample of what visitors experience on the trail. For more images of trail sites, visit the trail’s official website.


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By The Region: Five Great Spots for Birding in Louisiana

Louisiana’s subtropical climate, forested and vegetation-rich topography and position within the corridor of a major North American migratory flyway make the state a haven for a huge variety of birds and travelers who want to see them in their natural habitat.


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Visit Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

Every day is game day at this dazzling new Louisiana State Museum. More than 15,000 visitors from around the world visited the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum in Natchitoches during its inaugural year. 


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By the Region: Five Great Places to Take the Kids

Shreveport Municipal Auditorium is Rockin’ Once More