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Photo exhibition to open on Lafitte Greenway

A photography installation opens Saturday (Nov. 14) on the Lafitte Greenway, the New Orleans Photo Alliance and PhotoNOLA have announced. The outdoor exhibit is the ...

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Two arrested in Storyland vandalism estimated to cost more than $10,000 in repairs

Two people have been arrested in the vandalism of City Park’s historic Storyland and Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, the New Orleans Police Department reported. The ...

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‘Evenings with Enrique’ series returns to City Park’s Botanical Garden

New Orleans Botanical Garden will extend its hours to 8 p.m. every Wednesday in October to celebrate “Evenings with Enrique,” a free event series in ...

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City Park plans a drive-through Celebration in the Oaks

The driving tour is back at Celebration in the Oaks, City Park officials announced, but the traditional event in the Botanical Gardens and Storyland will ...

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Public plaza planned for front of former brake-tag station on the Greenway

The Friends of Lafitte Greenway, the New Orleans Recreation Development (NORD) Commission and other partners want to fast-track the transformation of the driveway to the ...

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RTA, NORD and libraries outline their Phase 1 reopening plans

New Orleans is embarking on the first week of Phase 1 in reopening the city as part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic that ...

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City Park begins reopening attractions and sports facilities

City Park will begin reopening its attractions, with restrictions, on Saturday, park officials announced. The Phase 1 reopening, developed with guidance from government health authorities, ...

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Mid-City streets and trails see a cycling boom

A ray of good news has appeared through the gloom of the coronavirus pandemic: More New Orleanians are getting on their bikes and enjoying local ...

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Limit driving on Moss, respect social distancing along Bayou St. John, mayor urges

From the Mayor’s Office Mayor LaToya Cantrell encouraged motorists to observe the traffic modifications on the downtown side of Moss Street along Bayou St. John ...

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City is opening up Moss Street to cyclists, joggers and pedestrians

The city is planning to temporarily restrict traffic on Moss Street to allow for easier social distancing among the residents flocking to Bayou St. John ...

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