[imagemap id=”1189″] By: Anna Timmerman is a gardener and painter from Michigan living in New Orleans, LA. She cares for a variety of historic and culinary-themed gardens throughout the city, as well as a large urban farm owned by Xavier University. Her paintings reflect her interest in botanical forms and draw from a…Details
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This is the first of a series of essays on items of historical interest related to New Orleans. I studied fine arts, and after moving to New Orleans studied historic preservation and architecture conservation. I interned with Save Our Cemeteries for a year learning masonry and conservation skills. I work now on historic masonry structures,…Details
Written By D.G.W Hedges Illustrated By Kelly T. Stiles. Check out his other work here. Bras Coupe is a traditional African-American folk tale and is the first part of an ongoing series of comics about New Orleans history. If you like this article, please share it!Details
The French Quarter isn’t even a Quarter of it; The Garden District and it’s unique architectural history
When most people think about New Orleans, they typically think about the French Quarter, Bourbon Street and Mardi Gras. As important as this is to the character and culture of New Orleans, they often neglect the true beauty of the rest of city. One only has to hop on a Streetcar heading uptown in order…Details