Visible in every skyline shot of New Orleans, the Superdome has cemented itself in New Orleans history as a place of joy and pain.
Built by the Baroness Pontalba through sheer force of will (and money), these national landmarks have seen almost the whole of New Orleans history.
One of the nation's only red light districts existed in New Orleans early in the 20th century.
Looking for a house in The City That Care Forgot? Check out the Gardette-Laprete House, but beware, there's some dark legends that come along with it.
The centerpiece of the French Quarter, the square is as old as the city itself.
Place d'Armes (Jackson Square) Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve https://www.nps.gov/places/places-darmes.htm
Experience New Orleans
Live Cam http://www.nola.com/jacksonsquarecam/
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New Orleans Historical http://neworleanshistorical.org/items/show/623?tour=56&index=1
7 arrested during monument protests at Jackson Square http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/09/jackson_square_protest.html
A short look at some of the continuing ghost stories of the French Quarter's most famous haunt.
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We continue our discussion of the Lalaurie Mansion by questioning the story of the brutal happenings and the end of the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
Part one of the Lalaurie Mansion, a French Quarter ghost story staple, detailing the grizzly story of torture of slaves as well as the life of Delphine Lalaurie.
The history of one of the last movie palaces not restored after Hurricane Katrina.
A great place to begin looking at the people, places, and things of New Orleans is Pirates Alley. Here you can get a drink next to a cathedral, tour a museum and old courthouse, and buy a book from William Faulkner's old home while on the lookout for pirate ghosts!