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The New Orleans Food Co-Op hopes to opeb Louisiana's first cooperative grocery as a part of a new Bywater Healing center.

Faulkner House Books in New Orleans was home to the author in the 1920s. Now the store specializes in used books, as well as some rare and first editions.

11 Literary Landmarks of New Orleans

Faulkner House Books in New Orleans, Louisiana, was home to the author in the Now it is a bookstore specializing in used books, as well as some rare and first editions.

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NOLA History: The Warehouse District

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What's a Southern home without a blue porch ceiling?

I miss those blue porch ceilings! There's a name for the blue of a porch ceiling: Haint Blue. According to Louisiana legend, a “haint” is a spirit or a ghost. The blue paint represents water through which evil spirits cannot pass.

Dixie Beer Delivery Truck, New Orleans, 2 June 1953.

Dixie Beer Truck - Dixie on Tulane Avenue back in the good ole days

Radio Row 1960s   Swing Street , The Garment district , Flower District

The Garment District, Flower District, Swing Street—the city has always been chopped into specialty areas.

Louisiana | Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral in New Orleans, LA - From your Trinity Stores crew.

Louisiana | Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral in New Orleans, LA - From your Trinity Stores crew.

Vintage Vieux Carré, New Orleans. People forget that the thing that makes the French Quarter unique is that people live here.  It is a neighborhood that is dedicated to keeping traditions alive.

Vintage Vieux Carré, New Orleans. People forget that the thing that makes the French Quarter unique is that people live here. It is a neighborhood that is dedicated to keeping traditions alive.

Canal Street 1957.  My mom would walk from our house to Canal Street.  She would pay her electric bill on Camp St. and we would shop on Canal street for clothes and shoes.  We walked the length of Canal Street Downtown all the way to the Ferry on the river.

The "neutral ground" on Canal Street, photographed here in the was once a division between the downtown Creole neighborhoods and the uptown American sector. Courtesy of the Louisiana Division/City Archives, New Orleans Public Library

Street Car in New Orleans-There really is a streetcar name Desire.

This is a Street Car in New Orleans. This is symbolic because she takes a street car named Desire then one called Cemeteries and transferred to one called Elysian Fields. The precursor to the play, which represents the trajectory of Blanche's life.

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