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New Orleans, also referred to as Big Easy has a population of about four hundred and sixty nine thousand residents, making it the largest city in the state of Louisiana. The city is situated at the south eastern part of Louisiana in the middle of the Mississippi River and Lake Ponchartrain. New Orleans has the distinction of being one of select cities in the United States that has been under three flags in it's eventful history. The three flags are for; United States, France and Spain.

A few demographics on the city are; 67.3% of the population are African American, 28.1% are white, 3.1% are Hispanic or Latino, 2.3% are of Asian origin and 1.3% are American Indian and Alaska. New Orleans is a famous tourists hotspot, every year before the start of Lent, is when one of the worlds biggest carnivals is held in the city. Mardi Gras is it's name and people from all over the world make it a point to be in the city at that particular period of time. Tourism has become one of New Orleans major industries with close to 7 million tourists pouring in every year.

The port in New Orleans is world class, regarded as one of the busiest in the world and the largest in the United States. New Orleans economy is driven by the following industries; petrochemical, aerospace, petroleum, shipbuilding, mining, transportation, telecommunications, processing and health care. Here are a few firms that have their headquarters or offices in the city; Lockheed-Martin, ConocoPhillips, BellSouth, IBM, ChevronTexaco, Hibernia Corp, Navtech, BP, and Popeye's Fried Chicken. New Orleans has various attractions, here are a few of them; the Natchez, the French Quarter, Audubon Park, Metairie Cemetery, Audubon Zoo, the Louisiana Superdome, The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), Saint Louis Cemetery and the National D-Day Museum. With the number of tourists visiting the city every year it's hotels and restaurants have been granted world class status.

Here are a few hotels; Hilton New Orleans, Inter-Continental Hotel, Radisson Hotel New Orleans, Sheraton New Orleans, Wyndham Riverfront, Fairmont Hotel, Marriott New Orleans, Comfort Suites New Orleans and Le Meridien. The restaurants are; Brennan's, Louis XVI Restaurant Francais, The Veranda Restaurant, Broussard's, Carmelo Ristorante and Galatoire's. New Orleans has two of the four major sports franchises based in the city; New Orleans Saints (National Football League) and the New Orleans Hornets (National Basketball Association). The other teams that ply their trade in the city are; New Orleans VooDoo (Arena Football League) and the New Orleans Zephyrs (AAA minor league baseball).


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New York Times

New Orleans Dining Is Up for Review Again
New York Times, United States - 7 hours ago
But this is New Orleans, a city dipped in gumbo and garlic butter whose essential culinary canon has not varied much since the late 1700s. ...

BBC News

Massive oil spill clogs Mississippi River
AFP - 4 hours ago
New Orleans city officials promised residents that the drinking water was safe, even as a chemical odor wafted over the waterfront city and scientists set ...
Video: Ship Collision Closes Part of Mississippi River AssociatedPress
Two barges allowed into Mississippi's oil-spill waters CNN International
RPT-Ship collision shuts Miss. River at New Orleans Reuters UK
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Jazz Port Townsend: a touch of New Orleans and the Caribbean
Seattle Times, United States - 12 hours ago
Tonight, in a former blimp hangar on the grounds of Fort Worden State Park, a rite of the Crescent City will be performed when New Orleans trombonist ...

New Orleans Police Make Right Move Under Pressure
Bayou Buzz, LA - 5 hours ago
It is time for the New Orleans City Council to form an independent review commission to investigate this department from top to bottom. ...
NOPD Officers Fired WGNO
Chief: Officers Dismissed For Misconduct WDSU
Two Troubled Cops Canned WGNO
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