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A Visitor’s Guide to City Park in New Orleans

City Park New Orleans is a 1,300-acre park in the middle of Crescent City. It boasts countless attractions and activities, including iconic dining, two fine arts museums, a sculpture garden, golf, tennis, soccer, softball, and equestrian stables. Bequeathed to New Orleans by area businessman John McDonogh, this unique oasis was transformed in the 1930s by Franklin D Roosevelt’s New Deal program. The park’s main entrance is off Esplanade Avenue – a grand tree-lined thoroughfare with historic southern mansions and Louisiana charm. City Park New Orleans is a 10-minute trolley...

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Mardi Gras 2021

To say that Mardi Gras has and will be different this year is definitely an understatement. With Covid-19 taking the world by storm last year, it has left many of us the challenge of finding new ways to celebrate the things we hold dear. Mardi Gras, as you know, is one of New Orleans’ most famed traditions and week-long events that people from all of the country flock to be a part of. So we can’t have the parades, the bread throwing, the intense rivalry for who will catch a shoe during the Muses parade, or the blatant street drinking, but even that hasn’t been enough to deter New Orleanians....

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