300 Years of New Orleans Architecture – Episode #64

300 Years of New Orleans Architecture In today‚Äôs episode, we explore New Orleans through the lens of architecture and time. Leading our expedition is Katrina Horning, founder of New Orleans Architecture Tours (nolatours.com). We’ll explore Faubourg Marigny and the French Quarter, then head uptown to the Garden District and beyond. At the same time, we’ll… Continue reading 300 Years of New Orleans Architecture – Episode #64

New Orleans’ 2nd Oldest Neighborhood – Algiers Point

Historic Algiers Point – New Orleans’ Best Kept Secret In this episode, I talk with Mark Rosenbaum, the owner and artist behind Rosetree Blown Glass. Mark and I discuss Algiers Point, New Orleans’ 2nd oldest neighborhood. Mark is a resident of the Point and an active member of the community. Never heard of Algiers Point?… Continue reading New Orleans’ 2nd Oldest Neighborhood – Algiers Point