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10 Best Cities for the Young, Broke and Single DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 Yes, there are perfect cities for the “young, broke and single” too, according to a new survey by advice web site MoneyUnder30. The site conducted a national survey to reveal the top cities that offer young professionals … More New Orleans is one of the TEN Best Cities for Young Professionals
The NOLA Fruit Tree Project is a local organization that will harvest fruit from your tree and deliver it to food banks around the city. Once you register your fruit tree, volunteers will come and harvest the fruit and let you keep as much fruit as you would like. The fruit that is left over is … More Fruit tree in your backyard? Don’t let the fruit go to waste.
Twenty three years running, the New Orleans Film Fest starts today. With film showings all over the Greater New Orleans area, there is no excuse to miss out. Click the link below to get the details. http://www.nola.com/movies/index.ssf/2012/10/new_orleans_film_festival_2012_1.html
If you’re craving Cochon http://cochonrestaurant.com/, but you don’t feel like traveling to the Warehouse District, pay a visit to Toups’ Meatery http://www.toupsmeatery.com/ . Located near City Park, Both restaurants stand alone and offer their own unique creations. I have been to both restaurants on more than one occasion and the service has always been good, but most … More New Dining Experience On N. Carrollton
THE MORTUARY Halloween in New Orleans, is like Christmas in New York. If you are looking for something to get you in the Halloween spirit, look no further than The Mortuary. Originally built in 1872 by Mary Slattery, this mansion was intended to be the family home for generations. The home was sold and maintained … More The Mortuary