A very voodoo vacation: the Halloween guide to New Orleans Voodoo – Washington Times

October 10, 2013 by tiff  
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A very voodoo vacation: the Halloween guide to New Orleans Voodoo Washington Times NEW ORLEANS , October 9, 2013— There's no denying the fact that New Orleans , the port city in southeastern Louisiana, is a patchwork of cultures, a melting pot of religions and traditions. To think of the city is to imagine the sultry tones of jazz …

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Historic Treme neighborhood, New Orleans melting pot, celebrates 200 years of … – Fox News

October 15, 2012 by admin  
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NOLA.com Historic Treme neighborhood, New Orleans melting pot, celebrates 200 years of … Fox News “All the things sacred to New Orleans bubbled up from that neighborhood, because Treme had such a mixture of people and cultures,” said Toni Rice, a spokeswoman for one of the neighborhood groups organizing its bicentennial celebration.

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Joplin, New Orleans find common ground – Columbia Daily Tribune

March 12, 2012 by admin  
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Kansas City Star Joplin, New Orleans find common ground Columbia Daily Tribune NEW ORLEANS (AP) — One is a low-lying river city built on a swamp basin, a multicultural melting pot known the world over for legendary excesses, from lung-searing food to French Quarter flashers. The other lies square in the buckle of the Bible Belt, …

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From Route 66 to the Big Easy, recovery from natural disasters unites Joplin … – Washington Post

March 12, 2012 by tiff  
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From Route 66 to the Big Easy, recovery from natural disasters unites Joplin …

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