No, this is not Ebonics or a blatant disregard for grammatical structure. This is a very common Southern expression in New Orleans that collectively ask about someone’s health and family members. We are asking about the mother, father, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons, cousins and distant relatives, … Continue Reading . . .
Free Things To Do In New Orleans
If you visit only one cemetery in New Orleans, it must be the St. Louis Cemetery 1 on Basin Street in New Orleans. It’s the oldest continuous … Continue Reading . . .
The National Park Service offers free tours of New Orleans’ riverfront on a first come first serve basis Tuesday through Saturday at 9:30 a.m. … Continue Reading . . .