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New Orleans’s ultimate horror movie filming locations map

From "Interview with the Vampire" to "American Horror Story"

Built in the late 1860s, this Garden District center hall wants $3.5M

Highlights include a library, a wine cellar, and a pool

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Hot housing market has fueled economic expansion—and inequality

CoreLogic report examined how overall economy has been tied to turnaround in housing market

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10 historic homes in New Orleans to tour

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.

In Bywater, a converted double built circa 1800s asks $429K

A restrained, elegant renovation preserved the pine heart floors, wainscoting, and cypress doors

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The most beautiful places to get married in New Orleans

Got $15,000 to blow on rent? Consider this circa-1830s French Quarter compound

It includes a saltwater pool and three guest suites

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11 creepy spots in NOLA

From an abandoned amusement park in New Orleans East to the scene of a horrific murder-suicide in the French Quarter, these sites are chilling in their own unique way.

Tropical Storm Barry closures and cancellations in Orleans Parish

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9 coworking spaces to try in New Orleans

It’s no secret that New Orleans has seen an influx of entrepreneurship over the last several years, and one effect of that is the creation of beautiful coworking spaces around town that provide flexible alternatives to the traditional office space lease.

6 things to do before Barry gets here

The slow-moving storm is forecast to make landfall early Saturday morning as a hurricane

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Everything you need to know about throwing a second-line parade

Prepping for a quintessential New Orleans tradition.

Photos of the heavy rain, tornadoes, and floods that slammed New Orleans

The bad weather was related to an incoming tropical development

A 102-year-old cottage in quaint St. John Court wants $599K

The bungalow is one of 16 anchoring one of New Orleans’ most charming communities

In the Garden District, a circa-1862 Victorian gets a price chop, from $2.15M to $1.99M

That price gets you not one, not two, not three, but FOUR houses

A map by artist Jake Berman recreates New Orleans’ circa-1875 streetcar system

"I’m trying to put myself in the mind of a graphic designer from 1875 and do what they might have done if they had modern printing technology available."

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13 nearby small towns you need to visit right now

Several towns near the Crescent City are jam-packed with museums, architecture, and adventure.

6 places to catch a free Fourth of July concert

Enjoy your fireworks with a side of music

Built in the early 1800s, this Creole cottage in the Marigny Triangle wants $460K

The cheery abode has a guest house and a long history

What $350K buys in the French Quarter right now

Five Vieux Carre condos, one price point

City Park’s Storyland closes July 8 for upgrades

The beloved fairytale-themed playground will add four new exhibits and make others ADA compliant

Elegant Uptown camelback asks $975K

The airy new construction is a stone’s throw from Tipitina’s

This renovated Creole cottage in Bywater wants $799K

The 19th-century dwelling received a high-tech update (which includes a retractable wall)

On June 28, Starbucks opens on South Claiborne Avenue in Central City

Featuring a mural by Brandan Odums, the "Community Store" will employ more than 30 people.

Compact and cool, a Warehouse District condo asks $275K

Its dense, walkable neighborhood and skyline views are the stuff urbanite dreams are made of

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Where to watch fireworks on the Fourth of July

Whether you want to join the throngs in New Orleans proper to ooh-and-ahh over the show in the sky, or you want to get in the patriotic spirit but in a less crowded place, we mapped the best places to watch fireworks this July 4th. Go fourth, party!

Expansive French Quarter townhome hits the market for $1.7M

It’s basically three luxe apartments in one

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Where to swim in New Orleans this summer

Here’s a list of 13 pools to visit to stay cool during the summer heat.

Bright Uptown cottage wants $675K

Converted from a double to a single-family home, this Uptown abode has minimalist leanings and an airy feel

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13 places to bike, jog, or walk in New Orleans

Whether you're looking to lead a healthier lifestyle, revamp your New Year's resolution, or looking for places to walk or ride for fun, here is a list of 13 places to bike, jog, and walk in the city.

Elegant, renovated Garden District side hall asks $859K

Chandeliers and mantels galore on a petite fenced lot with a brick patio

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The essential sights to see in New Orleans

These 17 destinations—all walkable from the French Quarter or accessible on public transit—would make for a perfect riverfront excursion.

A budget-friendly double in Treme hits the market for $269K

Live in one side, rent the other, and spend your free time chilling in the tiny-but-tropical backyard

In Fontainebleau, a renovated raised basement home asks $575K

The circa-1920s stucco home has original features and a tropically landscaped backyard with a deck

Here’s what $500K buys you around New Orleans

Homes in the French Quarter, Bayou St. John, Irish Channel, Uptown, and Marigny Triangle

Rustic French Quarter condo on a storied plot of land asks $239K

Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a fantastic Royal Street location

Friends of Lafitte Greenway hosts a pop-up demonstration of the proposed trail extension next week

When completed, the greenway would connect to the RTA’s Cemeteries Transit Center

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The 11 best midcentury modern homes of 2018

In 2018, we saw a wealth of architectural gems, from reasonably priced fixer-uppers to over-the-top time capsules.

Central City charmer asks $275K

A to-the-studs renovation converted this shotgun double to a single