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Footprints: An interactive public art map
Kelley Crawford, Steven Melendez, and Emma Fick worked together to create a custom interactive public art map for New Orleans. This project was made possible through a grant provided by EPNO (Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans)! Take a walk and click away!
Haunting stories: Around the table of NolaVie
After Hurricane Zeta (we hope you all are safe and well) and with C19 on the upswing (we hope you all are safe and well), Halloween doesn't feel like it's felt before. Trick or treating won't be the same (I heard one house is sending down candy via a PVC pipe), the bones house on St. Charles didn't unpack their skeletons this year (except for the Hamilton -- Skemilton -- ones, which I applaud them for), and I haven't even gone by the Ghost Manor on Magazine. And haunted houses? If anyone jumps out and even breaths in someone's direction, that person is most likely going to be arrested and contact traced. But here's the good news, it's basically Halloween in New Orleans all year round because we have so many ghosts (plus, our treats never stop coming)! So, although this year will be different here's a collection of real New Orleans ghost stories that will remind you that haunted magic is always in the air here!
Halloween Prep: Seance at Hermann-Grima House borrows a page from local history
New Orleans after dark skews toward the spiritual, and it always has. Otherworldly...