How to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in New Orleans

New Orleans' first Irish immigrants arrived in the late 1700s, holding their first St. Patrick's Day celebration in 1809. By the late 1800s, the Irish Channel earned its name due to its high concentration of Irish families. Today, St. Patrick's Day is widely...

What to Experience on Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans

Many people believe the best day to experience Mardi Gras in its truest form is, well, Mardi Gras day! Not only do two of New Orleans’ most iconic parades roll that morning, but the French Quarter transforms into an all-day Carnival block party filled with elaborately...

Eat Cake For a Cause at King Cake Festival

It's not healthy to eat king cake — but it is good for you! How, you ask? Well, when you eat king cake at the annual King Cake Festival, proceeds from each and every slice benefit children and babies at Ochsner Hospital. So, put your healthy New Year's Resolutions...

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