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Experts Claim Mondays Tend To Suck 86% More Following Saints Loss

Experts Claim Mondays Tend To Suck 86% More Following Saints Loss

A recent study by Tulane University has uncovered startling new facts that correlate to the Saints losing on sunday and an overall feeling of shittyness in New Orleans on Monday. According to the study: It is 6 times more likely to rain on a monday following a Saints loss. Alarm clocks are 16% more painful […]

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Saints Fans Tag Giant ‘Who Dat’ at St. Louis Arch!!!

Saints Fans Tag Giant ‘Who Dat’ at St. Louis Arch!!!

Some rambunctious Saints fans left our mantra at the St Louis Arch today. To that, we say…’WHO DAT!!!!!’

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NOPD steps up patrols as crime rate rockets out of control in the SuperDome

NOPD steps up patrols as crime rate rockets out of control in the SuperDome

According to the NOPD, crime is at an all time high in the SuperDome this year and is showing no sign of slowing down. In fact, it appears to be getting worse as the season goes on. It all began on Sept 8th, when Matt Ryan of Atlanta reported a robbery. Authorities would identify Roman […]

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Funny Pics around Nola

The greatest pictures ever taken in New Orleans 12/1

The greatest pictures ever taken in New Orleans 12/1

The winter months are pretty slow in New Orleans and the level of great pictures being taken vastly slows down. These will have to suffice until things pick up again. Best pic of the week of a generous student offering up their twerking services for an indeterminate amount of vodka. Best pic of the week […]

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Funny pictures from around New Orleans 11/14

Funny pictures from around New Orleans 11/14

Strange and humorous photos taken around Nola this week. Best pic of the week of someone in New Orleans telling the entire world they don’t have a meth lab on the premises by writing it on the side of the house. Best pic of the week of a dude in only skimpy underwear doing a […]

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The most amazing bizarre pictures of the week in Nola for week of 11/7

The most amazing bizarre pictures of the week in Nola for week of 11/7

Another round of fascinating snapshots and moments of life in New Orleans. Best pic of the week of a guy transporting his landscaping gear on a trailer attached to a scooter. Best pic of the week of a mom stopping her SUV for a spontaneous street twerk with her infant son while her other child […]

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Recent Articles

Nola transplant wins lawsuit against city for the right to be considered local

Nola transplant wins lawsuit against city for the right to be considered local

Murray Abraham moved to New Orleans from Chicago 26 years ago when the company that he worked for as a mechanical technician relocated to the city. Murray and his wife Susan had 2 kids born and raised here and have owned a house in Mid City for 22 years. Murray’s company repairs daiquiri machines used […]

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New Type Of Solar Power Invented In New Orleans

New Type Of Solar Power Invented In New Orleans

A New Orleans company has figured out how to convert sunlight into solar power by using a stunning new method that also fits perfectly into the New Orleans aesthetic. The company, NolaPower, formerly known as FresnoPower, moved here from California 5 years ago to take advantage of emerging opportunities for start up businesses. Their method for […]

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Walmart Fest kicks off on Black Friday in New Orleans

Walmart Fest kicks off on Black Friday in New Orleans

Throwing events is what we do in New Orleans, and we have built major events around just about every holiday year round. Halloween has Voodoo Fest, 4th of July has Essence Fest, St. Patrick’s day has the biggest parade outside Mardi Gras, New Years Eve is madness in New Orleans, and now we have the newest […]

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Best of New Orleans

Cool NOLA Pics of the Week| 12/6

Cool NOLA Pics of the Week| 12/6

The French Quarter dominates this week’s Cool NOLA Pics, featured in photos with dangling ferns, beautiful skies and horse-drawn carriages. A historic steamboat rolling down the Mississippi. A detailed view of cool New Orleans architecture. The intersection of St. Peter and Royal, deep in the French Quarter! Ta-da!These stiltwalkers show off their skills in a […]

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Cool New Pics Taken Around New Orleans | 12/2

Cool New Pics Taken Around New Orleans | 12/2

The winter weather inspired local IGERs this week. Our newest gallery features photos of a foggy Crescent City Connection, a lamp post in front of puffy clouds, and other cool moments captured in New Orleans. A cool view of an empty streetcar.  It must be Top Down Tuesday in NOLA!  A beautiful shot of a […]

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Great Pictures from Around NOLA

Great Pictures from Around NOLA

Interesting amendment made to this window sign. Bright colors on a traditional NOLA shotgun. A Corgi hanging out in New Orleans. This car matches the house. One “day”. Some beautiful trees along St. Charles. A colorful house brightening up a cloudy day. A gorgeous, red and yellow sunset. A bird’s eye view of the French […]

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Other News

Thousands of New Years Resolutions Destroyed by King Cake Season

Thousands of New Years Resolutions Destroyed by King Cake Season

| January 9, 2014

For decades, dietitians have wondered why New Orleanians fail on their New Years Resolution diets more than any other city in the United States. “For years, we blamed Mardi Gras,” says dietary expert Noelle Hubbard. “But that didn’t explain why most New Orleanians reported breaking their New Year’s resolutions a mere week after January 1st.” According […]

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10 Reasons I Am Thankful To Live In New Orleans

10 Reasons I Am Thankful To Live In New Orleans

| November 28, 2013

This thanksgiving, I am very thankful to live in New Orleans. And here is why: 1) Most days this winter I will be outside dressed like this: While other people around the country will be dressed like this: 2) I can walk down the street and see this any day: Other places you might see […]

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NOPD Responds As Renegade Bourbon Streets Begin Popping Up All Over City

NOPD Responds As Renegade Bourbon Streets Begin Popping Up All Over City

| November 26, 2013

The NOPD had their hands full this weekend as hundreds of people all over New Orleans called in to report ‘renegade’ Bourbon Streets committing crimes all over the city. With the recent crackdown on Frenchmen Street amid the fear it was becoming ‘the next Bourbon Street’, residents began using the mantra to get NOPD to […]

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