Category: Community


Groovy Gert Town

  New Orleans neighborhood, Gert Town, was named for a man with the last Gehrke who had bought a corner store at S. Carrollton & Colapissa. In typical New Orleans fashion, we continued to pronounce the name as we wanted and it eventually transformed into what we call it now. While once pretty barren, Gert… Read more »

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Spectacular St. Claude

  St. Claude is one of those great, old New Orleans neighborhoods that make you feel like you’re at home. Plenty of native New Orleanians call it home with a crop of fresh residents realizing how affordable, and friendly, it is! While this New Orleans neighborhood is mainly residential and has a quite a few churches sprinkled around, you… Read more »

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New Orleans Special Days

  Nope. Not the “Special Man.” I’m talking about days that we in New Orleans hold near and dear and some that we need to add into our celebratory calendar. What constitutes as a special moment in New Orleans? Whatever you want, TBH. We wanted to choose moments that will make people smile, reminisce, and… Read more »

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Get Inside!

  Summertime in New Orleans can be challenging. We are all sweating profusely and moving from one AC to the next. Other than seeking out where the free pools are, you’re looking for an indoor activity that can help beat this sweltering heat!   Audubon Aquarium of the Americas Even as an adult, I thoroughly enjoy… Read more »

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Street-Smart St. Roch

  St. Roch is a New Orleans neighborhood named after the patron saint of dogs & dog lovers – which is perfect for this part of town! You can generally find someone someone strolling up St. Roch Avenue with their pooch in tow. St. Roch is mainly residential with some gorgeous churches and cemeteries speckled across their… Read more »

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Tiptop Touro

  The New Orleans neighborhood Touro is flanked by businesses around it’s perimeter – but nestled inside are big, beautiful old homes. Living in Touro is picturesque and being able to walk to many shops, restaurants, and bars is a great convenience. If 100 year old homes make your heart melt, you’re going to be in… Read more »

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Hot Minute: Mid-City

  Want to see what New Orleans neighborhood, Mid-City looks like but time have to drive all over the place? Check out on HOT minute in Mid-City!       Learn more about New Orleans neighborhood, Mid-City.   

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Naturally New Orleans East

  The New Orleans neighborhood, New Orleans East, is often forgotten by locals. I hate to say that – but there is truth to it. The East has many different subdivisions, with some of them being gated. Having to virtually rebuild from the ground up after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans East has dedicated residents opening… Read more »

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Magnificent Milan

  The New Orleans neighborhood, Milan, is an area some would likely just call Uptown.   With such a diverse mix of residents, you will find anywhere from doctors to servers calling this area home. Milan also has public tennis courts for all, a basketball court, and a very active neighborhood association. While mainly residential, there are… Read more »

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Loyal Lower 9th

  Living in New Orleans neighborhood, the Lower 9th Ward provides people with the opportunity to live in peace and quiet. While only 15 minutes to downtown, it’s very quiet and serene in their neighborhood. You can find funky, modern built homes and plenty of old-school New Orleans type houses too. Take a look at… Read more »

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