French Quarter

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French Quarter

The oldest section of New Orleans, Louisiana, known for its French and Spanish colonial architecture and its lively nightlife. Its French name is Vieux Carré ("Old Square").
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The Historic New Orleans Collection is preparing to open a $38 million expansion of its museum facilities in the French Quarter.
A Lyle Saxon Reader: Lost Stories of the French Quarter and Buried Treasure
City police spokesman Aaron Looney said the shooting happened on Saturday night on the 3400 block of Claiborne Avenue, about three miles from the French Quarter.
at The Vault on King, also in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston at 284 King St.
Neighbors Christine Stephens and Tracy Thomas said they stay on the traditional parade route, outside the French Quarter.
Enjoy legendary jazz music, the French Quarter filled with lively clubs and restaurants, world-class museums, and signature architecture.
New Orleans, LA, September 02, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The French Quarter Wedding Chapel in New Orleans is known as one of the Most Romantic and Memorable venues in the city.
The French Quarter will open in the old Railway Arches on Westgate Road this summer with a mission to offer an informal take on traditional French cuisine alongside a range of fine wines.
But in the wake of another mass shooting in the French Quarter, some local businesses fear tourists will ultimately shy away from the historic neighborhood to stay safe.
Which seemed curious as I sat on a sidewalk in the French Quarter on the last Sunday afternoon in January, with three of my children and two of my grandchildren in tow, the five of us watching the Mystic Krewe of Barkus, a dog parade, make its way accompanied by jazz bands and guided by costumed human handlers.
Although the French Quarter escaped undamaged, every local has their own harrowing story.