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Southern Tour Part Two: Natchez, Plantations and New Orleans

By Bobby McGuire | Apr 14
The second leg of my southern adventure was moonlight, magnolias and mayhem with equal parts Plantation-a-palooza and New Orleans hedonism.

New Orleans Breaks Tourism Records

Mar 27
A new study says New Orleans has broken a tourism record set before Hurricane Katrina, with nearly 10.5 million visitors in 2016. The record had stood at 10.1 million since 2004, the year before the hurricane struck.

Festival Fever: 2 New Food & Booze Events Launch in New Orleans

By EDGE | Feb 16
While New Orleans has no shortage of amazing festivals, this March will see the debut of two new booze & food events, certain to tantalize the most discerning foodies and imbibers.

EDGE's Places to Go in 2017: New Orleans

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 30
There's a reason why it's called The Big Easy. New Orleans possesses a scrappy, comeback-kid attitude that we could all us a bit of these days.

7 Gay Wonders of the World: Luxury Edition

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 27
Our third annual "bucket list" travel compilation pulls out all the stops. From exclusive experiences to LGBT happenings that will connect you with our global community, EDGE encourages you to push your boundaries - in high style, of course.

New Streetcar Lines Offers Access to Historic New Orleans Neighborhood

By Janet McConnaughey | Oct 1
New Orleans' newest streetcar line will open Sunday, carrying riders along the edge of the French Quarter and part of an adjacent neighborhood.

Airbnb Draws Controversy in the Big Easy

By Cain Burdeau | Mar 14
Tourists - some of whom come to party in - are found in neighborhoods around New Orleans, and locals are divided about whether that's a good thing.

Mardi Gras Season Rolls into Last Big Weekend in New Orleans

By Bill Fuller | Feb 7
The Mardi Gras season entered its last big weekend of parades and galas in New Orleans before its end at midnight Fat Tuesday, when Ash Wednesday ushers in the period of Lent leading to Easter.

Beyond Gumbo: New Orleans Restaurants Rebound Post-Katrina

By Rebecca Santana | Aug 29
Talk to folks on the street about the "holy trinity" and you're as likely to get a lesson on onions, celery and peppers as you are Catholicism. That's New Orleans, a city where eating has long been a serious business.

Get a Room: New Orleans Hotels Bouncing Back 10 Years After Katrina

Get a Room: New Orleans Hotels Bouncing Back 10 Years After Katrina

Aug 27
This is the fifth in a series of videos showcasing the improved aspects of New Orleans and how far the city has come in the past ten years since Hurricane Katrina.

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