Top Ten Episodes – #140

Top Ten Episodes

Today’s episode is one where we’ll highlight our 10 most popular episodes based on number of downloads. They cover a wide range of history and things to do.



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Links to the Top Ten Episodes

Links provided go to Apple Podcasts in most cases. All are available on most podcast apps, including Stitcher, Spotify, Google, Overcast. They are also available on our website at

#1 – EP 39 – Top Ten Things to Do On Your First Visit to New Orleans

#2 – EP 36 – How Bourbon Street Happened

Order the book here: History of Bourbon Street, by Richard Campanella

#3 – EP 01 – The First Episode

#4 – EP 22 – The Cemeteries of New Orleans

Order the book here: Stories of the St. Louis Cemeteries of New Orleans, by Sally Asher

#5 – EP 37 – Ten Places to Eat Like a Local

#6 – EP 17 – Tales from the Garden District

#7 – EP 74 – Madame Lalaurie

Order the book here: Madame Lalaurie, Mistress of the Haunted House, by Carolyn Morrow Long

#8 – EP 76 – Marie Laveau

Order the book here:
A New Orleans Voudou Priestess, the Legend and Reality of Marie Laveau by Carolyn Morrow Long

#9 – EP 104 – Ten Reasons I Love New Orleans

#10 – EP 82 – Fifty-Two Free (or nearly free) Things to do in New Orleans

Thank You

Thanks to Joel Sharpton from Pro Podcasting Services ( for being the intro voice of the podcast.

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