Some Climate Mayors make big promises on the international stage, but expand fossil-fuel infrastructure at home.
As the year comes to a close, several hotspots around the city will be illuminated with fantastic light displays. Here are some of the best you can catch before the end of the year.
We've mapped the best New Orleans stores for interior design services, furniture, accessories, lighting, and more.
From "Interview with the Vampire" to "American Horror Story"
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This is the first time it has ever hit the market
The homes range in price from $33,000 to $90,000
Those gorgeous pool views, though
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They literally wrote the book about it
Homes in the Crescent City’s oldest neighborhood
The backyard boasts a pool, surround sound, fire pit, hot tub, outdoor kitchen...the list goes on
You won’t believe how beautiful its interior looks
Two bodies will be recovered after the implosion
Abodes ranging from a former jail to a 171-square-foot tiny house
Hand-carved moldings, crystal chandeliers, and so much more
For $449K, a renovated shotgun double in the Irish Channel offers rental income and plenty of privacy
Each side has its own deck and fenced backyard
The double shotgun home was built in the 1800s
Cute and quirky on the outside, charmingly simple on the inside
That vine-hung pergola! The cocktail pool!
The film is being developed by creators of the mega-successful Conjuring series
It was once part of the Macarty Plantation
You can spend ages looking at New Orleans’s historic architecture. From the several homes passed down for generations that fill the Garden District, to house museums located in the French Quarter, there is no shortage of visual history in New Orleans.
It’s a little suburban paradise right in New Orleans
Homes in NOLA’s oldest, spookiest neighborhood
A walk-in closet, pergola, and oversized lot are a few highlights