A Visit with the Dead on All Saints’ Day

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New Orleanians Get in the Spirit of Halloween

Helen Reporting. Halloween is beloved in New Orleans, probably because it gives us an excuse to dress up. Everyone has a costume closet or trunk overflowing with wigs and bits and pieces of fabric, lace, masks, scarves, hats, concepts from costumes past to reconstruct in the present. A space helmet, a bustier, vampy heels and […]

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DiDi’s Red Beans and Rice

Nobody has the Monday Blues in New Orleans because everyone knows they’ll enjoy a delicious  dinner that night. Monday is still red beans and rice day in many homes and restaurants in the Crescent City. The tradition dates back to the days of washboards, washtubs and clothes lines. Monday was washday, so housewives put a […]

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