Post Tagged with: "New Orleans"

Po-boy Fest

Well, I guess this will be the third post about Po-boy Fest – just goes to show how seriously we take our food around here! I took this photo of an impromptu second line parade at last weekend’s festivities.

November 21, 2010 ×

Po-Boy Fest

Eliot Kamenitz / The Times-Picayune It didn’t matter whether it swam, flew, walked, squawked, oinked or quacked, 30 vendors at the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival found a way to slap it between French bread and make it a sandwich Sunday.

November 19, 2010 ×

Great Food, Low Prices = You Win

We’ve all known that New Orleans is one of the country’s greatest food cities – and now we know it’s also the cheapest! Zagat: New Orleans most affordable dining in US. As a side note – while we were in Argentina, about 40,000 of our fellow New Orleanians showed up […]

November 19, 2010 ×

Greetings from New Orleans’ City of the Dead

Greetings from New Orleans’ City of the Dead. I live in a small neighborhood around the Mid City area that is flanked by at least six cemeteries. It’s a popular destination for tourists this time of year, and Voodoo Fest , popular with visitors and locals alike, is just down […]

October 31, 2010 ×

Halloween Week

The Freeman School is hosting a Halloween party at a popular bar, F&Ms, where there will be an open bar and costume contests. Last year students spent weeks preparing their costumes for Halloween. My personal favorite costume was by a student who came dressed as one of our first year […]

October 25, 2010 ×

Music in New Orleans

Live music in New Orleans is definitely one of the reasons that I was drawn to school here. On any given evening, you can find live music all over the city. I live in the Marigny – home to Frenchmen Street, where local jazz, funk and blues pours out onto […]

October 14, 2010 ×

Back to New Orleans and Tulane

Hello All! My name is Meghan; I am a first year MBA/MHA student. (That second degree is a Master of Healthcare Administration that I am pursuing through the Tulane School of Public Health.) I’m excited to be blogging about my Tulane and New Orleans experiences, and hope that you will feel […]

September 26, 2010 ×

Rock ‘n’ Bowl Social

It’s a Freeman School tradition. After the first week of school, we all come together and bowl. Rock ‘n’ Bowl is one of the those only-in-New Orleans places – a bowling alley that always has live bands. It’s almost best described as a live music venue with bowling lanes. Needless […]

August 23, 2010 ×

Back to Life

After spending all summer in the affectionately named “Boulder Bubble”, the time came last week to start packing up to head back to school. Admittedly, I was less than excited to get back to the 90+ degree weather, the never ending “work” day, and Ramen noodles (yes, I still eat […]

August 19, 2010 ×

Wrapping up the Summer

After a summer of internships, everyone is beginning the late summer ritual of taking a few days off and then making it back to campus. This week I’m in New York and Philadelphia visiting a few friends before school starts up again August 16th. Friday night, I got the chance […]

August 9, 2010 ×