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Obama: Rebuilding New Orleans, Two Years Later

Barack Obama discusses the challenges in rebuilding New Orleans on the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. See how the city and its people are rebuilding and moving forward.

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The Davy Crockett Explorer Canoe Ride at Disneyland

Canoe ride at Disneyland. Paddle’s Up! This is a quick look at the Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes filmed in HD in 2008 at the Disneyland Resort. This is one of those unique attractions that is definitely more interactive than most as it takes teamwork, but could fast become a tradition for anybody once they experience how relaxing and fun it is. From the sign: Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes are free floating vessels. Children age six or younger must wear the floatation vests provided. Adult sizes are also available.

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Pete Fountain – 2008 French Quarter Festival

Pete Fountain opens the 2008 French Quarter Festival in New Orleans

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City of New Orleans

This is a video dedicated to the Illinois Central’s most famous daytime train. It mostly contains footage of MSTS, but there is a clip or two of TRS2006 and an excursion train me & dad followed to Cookeville back in October of 2005. Enjoy!

ONE YEAR! ONE YEAR OF MY MOST POPULAR VIDEO EVER!!!! THANK YOU ALL!!!!!

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New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings 27:30

Vikings won a big match against Saints, the Monday Night Football, on 6th October

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oil fire rig fire off the coast of New Orleans La Deepwater Horizon

oil fire rig fire off the coast of New Orleans La Deepwater Horizon Video Courtesy U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic

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Part 2 Open Cell Vs Closed Cell Foam Insulation Explained

http://www.EnviroGreenInsulation.com/ Jeff Haag with New Orleans based EnviroGreen Spray Foam Insulation continues a discussion about the difference between open cell and closed cell foam insulation and when to use each.

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New Orleans – French Quarter Festival

New Orleans is known for it’s parties and festivals. The New Orleans French Quarter Festival is one of the least known but increasingly popular festivals in New Orleans. This article offers some information about The French Quarter Festival along with links to resources.

 

New Orleans is a place of magic and wonder, music, parties and fun. The French Quarter is at the heart of everything. If you are looking for an experience that is uniquely New Orleans then The New Orleans French Quarter Festival is for you.

Who Dat Do Dat - New Orleans - French Quarter Festival

Who Dat Do Dat – New Orleans – French Quarter Festival


 

The French Quarter Festival occurs every spring and is Louisiana’s largest annual free music festival. During the French Quarter Festival nearly 20 stages will be spread around the French Quarter and over the 4 day weekend play all types of music. You will hear everything from Jazz, both traditional and contemporary to Latin, rock to blues, Cajun to Zydeco and any other type of music you can think of. There will be both local and international stars.
Then there is the food. Local restaurants offer dishes that will satisfy every budget and taste. There are over 60 booths offering dishes like Cajun meat pies, po-boys, jambalaya and crawfish étouffée. You can sample drinks like Hurricanes, a drink that will blow you away and tropical punches. Prices vary but range from $3 to $10.

Here are some interesting facts regarding the New Orleans French Quarter Festival:

During the 2013 celebration the French Quarter Festival marked its 30th anniversary.

The first French Quarter Festival occurred in 1984 and was started as a way to attract residents back to the FQ.

The main sources for the funding of the French Quarter Festival are:

Sponsorships

Sales of merchandise, food and beverages

Fees from vendors

The gala in April

When you take a look at attendance you find the following among the 574,000 attendees:

The Top 5 States in attendance -Louisiana, California, New York, Texas, Florida – visitors from 37 states have been reported.

The Top 5 Foreign Countries are – Canada, United Kingdom, Norway, France, Germany – visitors from 12 different countries have been observed.

The French Quarter Festival has a major economic impact on the local economy. An analysis conducted by the University of New Orleans found:

The French Quarter Festival 2012 had a total economic impact on the New Orleans area of more than $259.5 million. This included:

$126.6 million in direct spending

$132.9 million in secondary spending

$18.3 million in state and local tax revenue.

The French Quarter Festival hires over 1,400 local musicians during the weekend of the French Quarter Festival

So if you are looking for a taste of New Orleans on a local level. Check out the French Quarter Festival in April each year. For information contact: (800) 673-5725 within the U.S. or (504) 522-5730. Or visit: www.fqfi.org.

Disclosure

Resource Links:

NOLA.com: New Orleans French Quarter Festival

New Orleans Online: Music Festivals – French Quarter Festival

 

 


Testimonial For New Orleans Fitness Trainer At Studio13

http://www.liberationspiritwellness.com New Orleans Personal Trainer testimonial. Join Deanne Feaster at Studio 13 New Orleans all year long for personal training and group instruction.

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A Drunk Guy Passed Out on Bourbon Street

I was surfing the web one night and came across these pictures of a drunk guy on bourbon street. I almost called the cops in New Orleans before they did! http://www.tropicalisle.com/webcam.html

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