Halloween festivities are in full swing in New Orleans, with Voodoo Fest happening just this weekend, right before the real deal on Tuesday night. Voodoo transforms City Park into a Halloween themed festival with amazing artists, vendors, food, and attractions. Some of my favorite artists were performing this weekend, so I went with a group […]Read More Voodoo Fest
Usually, college students anticipate the ever-dreaded, bi-annual midterm week by staying in, studying, and getting rest. Unfortunately for me, my midterm exams have been strategically placed over three weeks, falling before and after our fall break. Finding the balance between school and social life for me has never been much of an issue, that is […]Read More Halloween Over Midterms
Last Thursday night I checked something off of my Tulane bucket list that was regretfully long overdue – I went to a show at Tipitina’s. Tipitina’s is a famous venue for live music that has been around since 1977 hosting popular New Orleans artists such as Professor Long Hair. The venue pays tribute to him […]Read More Would you believe me if I told you the name of the band was Rainbow Kitten Surprise?
Walking around the streets of a new city I always find my neck craned upwards, taking in the architecture and air around me. Completely enamored by the new landscapes and buildings of Paris this summer, I spent hours walking aimlessly taking it all in. This summer, I lived in the 14th arrondissement of Paris for […]Read More Longing for Another Adventure
From enjoying a Bloody Mary on Bourbon Street at any hour of the day to kicking back at The Fly, in Audubon Park on a Friday, New Orleans offers a multitude of ways to relax in the bustling city. For the adventure seeker, however, New Orlean’s overwhelmingly flat topography offers little in the realm of […]Read More Hiking? In New Orleans? Sort Of.