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Have you ever heard of Réveillon? These were traditional meals prepared and served after Midnight Mass in the early morning hours of Christmas. This tradition was carried on in New Orleans until the 1940s when it basically died. In the late 1990s, ... Details
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Today’s episode is a question and answer show where we answer questions from listeners like you. 1. Why are city services so bad? (3:43) 2. How have marching bands been affected? (7:37) 3. Why don’t more people walk in New Orleans? (11:36) 4. F... Details
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Today’s episode is a deep dive into the West Bank, that area across the river that even most New Orleanians don’t know much about. Details
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Today’s episode is about Southern Decadence and the wider topic of gay New Orleans. Join me as I interview authors Frank Perez and Robert Fieseler. Details
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Hurricane Ida Today’s episode is Hurricane Ida. More specifically what went into our decision to stay or go, and what things have been like afterwards. Support comes from The Historic New Orleans Collection, whose new book Economy Hall has been call... Details
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The Real Impact of Festival Cancellations Today’s episode is all about what really happens when festivals like Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest get cancelled. Sure we all get disappointed with the loss of the experience, but for many there are real ... Details
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20 Questions About New Orleans Today’s episode is a Q&A show where I answer questions from listeners like you! As always, today’s questions cover a wide range of topics. Sponsors The Historic New Orleans Collection Support comes from The Historic Ne... Details
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Is Bourbon Named after the Most Famous Street in New Orleans? Today’s episode is all about bourbon, whiskey, and its ties to New Orleans. We’ll cover history as well as places to imbibe in the Crescent City! Sponsors The Historic New Orleans Collect... Details
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Today’s episode is one where we’ll highlight our 10 most popular episodes based on number of downloads. They cover a wide range of history and things to do. Details
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Today’s episode is an interview with New Orleans photographer Frank Relle. Frank's unique style and use of lightning results in one of a kind images of New Orleans and the watery landscapes of New Orleans. Details
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Today’s episode is a Q&A show where I answer 17 questions from listeners like you! As always, today’s questions cover a wide range of topics like, "Which end of Canal St is the foot?" "As things return towards normal, has there been one “aha” moment ... Details
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Today’s episode is an update on the Beyond Bourbon Street travel guidebook and lessons learned. Maybe a bit more reflective than most episodes but one I think you’ll enjoy if you been following my progress on this journey. Details
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Talking New Orleans Food with Ian McNulty Hey y’all. This is Mark. Welcome to episode #136! Today’s episode is all about drinking and dining in New Orleans in 2021. I'm joined by food writer and journalist Ian McNulty to discuss the New Orleans food ... Details
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Today’s episode is a replay of our most popular episodes. We’ll cover the things every first time visitor to New Orleans should do. Even experienced visitors might find some ideas. While this is a replay of an older show it is still relevant given ho... Details
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Today’s episode is all about Diamond Jim Moran, one of the most colorful New Orleans characters in the early to mid 20th century. The last show was an interview of me by Mr. James Cullen. I’d resisted doing that for a long time, but I finally gave in... Details
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Today’s episode is an interview of me by James Cullen, a previous guest on the podcast. The last show was Q&A show where LIz Wood and I answered questions from listeners like you about a variety of New Orleans topics. Details
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Join me as I answer listener questions on a range of topics including real estate, live music, and more. I'm joined by Liz Wood, a local realtor and podcast sponsor as we tackle more than a dozen of your questions. Details
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Today's episode is about the 2nd Battle of New Orleans. The fight to develop an interstate system in New Orleans, including an expressway along the Riverfront and an overpass that destroyed the community of the Tremé. Join me as we discussed these pr... Details
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Join me and Polly Watts, owner of The Avenue Pub, as we discuss what it is like to operate a New Orleans business during COVID. We discuss safety, employees, Mardi Gras, and more. Details
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Join me as we talk about Louisiana as a sportsman's paradise. We also answer listener questions covering a wide variety of topics. Details
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