Category: New Orleans Culture

The Mardi Gras School of Cooking , hosts a large party from France, and teaches them how to make a traditional Louisiana rue. With Chef’s Byron Bradley and Laurent Guerin

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Tipitina’s Annual “Free Fridays” with Flow Tribe performing “Gosando” live! Whenever Flow Tribe comes to town, you know you’re in for a good time. The New Orleans-based six-piece pack a punch with every live performance, asserting themselves as mainstays in the NOLA community.The band has become a fixture at the world famous Tipitina’s venue, regularly performing […]

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Kapture NOLA steps into “Brent Houzenga’s Studio” to ask a few questions about his inspirations, methods, and aspirations. Filmed at “Inferno” Studios in the (Bywater) New Orleans, LA. For more from New Orleans based artist Brent Houzenga please visit www.Houzenga.com Video Produced by Kapture NOLA www.KaptureNOLA.com Song by Rancid : 1998

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Louisiana is home to many chapters of various secret societies dating back to the early 1700s. The settlement of Fort Louis de la Mobile celebrated America’s very first Mardi Gras in 1703. In 1704, Mobile established a secret society (Masque de la Mobile), much like those that form our current Mardi Gras krewes today. Back […]

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Write up by Benny White For those of you who may not know, Super Sunday in New Orleans is an amazingly colorful and cultural event where onlookers are allowed the chance to witness a wonderful tradition that dates back to the 19th century.  If you are lucky enough to be in the Central City neighborhood […]

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