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New Orleans isn't a city. It's a Petrarchan sonnet. There's no other place on the planet like it. I think it was sawed loose from South America and blown by trade winds across the Caribbean until it affixed itself to the southern rim of the United States.
– James Lee Burke

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New Orleans Resources

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New Orleans Resources
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We search the Internets so you don't have to. Herewith: Our favorite stories and resources about New Orleans.

NOLA Defender
Local news and happenings divided into three categories: Blood, Alcohol, and Content.

I Heart NOLA
Cool hunting in New Orleans.

Prospect New Orleans
The United State's largest biennial of international contemporary art is held in New Orleans. This project was launched in November 2008.

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans holds a festival showcasing the best of jazz, food, and culture for two consecutive weekends every spring. Enjoy big name acts, popular local bands, and international talents all in one place.

Gumbo Infographic (GOOD, June 2010) and New Orleans: A Timeline (GOOD, August 2010)

"Exploring New Orleans," by Thomas Beller (Travel + Leisure, November 2011)
The eclectic characters, strange beauty, and authentic local experiences that only the Big Easy can deliver.

Postcard from Tom: Eating Well in New Orleans, by Tom Siesta (The Washington Post, May 2011)
Would be a shame not to.

Design Sponge's Guide to New Orleans
A young, hip, design-centric guide to the city.

"Great New Orleans Restaurants," by Brett Anderson (Food & Wine)
F&W's roundup of the best restaurants in New Orleans, from a Bourbon Street institution to a bistro with the best charcuterie in the city.

A TV-Inspired Tour of New Orleans' Treme Neighborhood (The Washington Post, June 2010)
Writer Cheryl Lu-Lien explores the delicious food and hot jazz of the historic Treme neighborhood, now the setting of the HBO series of the same name.

"How to Spend a Perfect 60 Minutes in New Orleans' Audobon Park," by Taylor Bruce (Southern Living)
Carve out an hour to experience Audubon Park. Locals know it's the city's hidden gem.

Great Museums: New Orleans, A Living Museum of Music
Intimate look at birthplace of American music, or jazz. Wendell Pierce introduces us to local musicians and educators, museum curators, archivists and historians, and activists. (Great Museums Television, 5/16/2010)

"The Big Easy is Definitely Not Sleazy for a Family-Friendly Vacation," by Rania Walker (Our Kids, 8/23/2011)

Haute Plates
Weekly blog on the New Orleans fine dining scene.
Charming video clips that give a quick overview of local spots.

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