Ellen @EllenTiratzo

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The Big Easy
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Come pass a good time and laissez les bon temps roullez in the New Orleans inspired region with the biggest Stuff Warehouse in world!
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Big Daddy's was the kind of place that typifies the neon-lit, glamorously sleazy New Orleans that's fast disappearing. The bar, with its garish neon sign and swinging mannequin legs in the window, was a de rigueur shot for any New Orleans documentary. It appeared in countless movies and music videos, including the 1984 Clint Eastwood film Tightrope and the 1988 video for Aerosmith's "Rag Doll." Originally opened as Lafitte's Boudoir in 1967, it was the longest continually-operating strip club on Bourbon Street. In 2008, with little fanfare and even less attention, Big Daddy's in New Orleans shut its doors for good,
The good news is...Big Daddy's is back in business! Come visit today! "No Photos Allowed"
Mardi Gras Party
Where: The Big Easy
When: 15 days ago [13 Feb 2021 14:00 SLT]

Down in New Orleans
Where the blues was born
It takes a cool cat to blow a horn
On LaSalle and Rampart Street
The combo's there with a mambo beat

The Mardi Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
Party Gras mambo, mambo, mambo
Mardi Gras mambo, ooh
Down in New Orleans

Come Mardi Gras mambo with us and pass a good time at The Big Easy! The parades are rolling!!!

Laissez les bon temps rouler with us to celebrate Mardi Gras! Parades, bands, moonpies, beads, jello shots and cherry bombs!!!!!

In Louisiana folklore, Honey Island Swamp is slated to have a cryptid monster that has been seen in the swamp since 1963. A legend tells of a train wreck in the area in the early 20th century. According to the legend, a traveling circus was on the train, and from it a group of chimpanzees escaped and interbred with the local alligator population. Honey Island earned its name because of the honeybees once seen on a nearby isle. A trip to New Orleans is not complete without a swamp tour! Watch out for gators, snakes, and nutria, and be sure to look for turtles, frogs, and pelicans! Bring your sunscreen and bug spray!
Over 170 years old, New Orleans City Park is one of the largest urban Parks in the country. It is located in the heart of the city and is the largest recreation area for the entire metropolitan area. Once the site of Allard Plantation facing Bayou St. John, City Park holds the world's largest collection of mature live oak trees, some older than 600 years in age. The park was founded in 1854, making it the 48th oldest park in the country, and established as the "City Park" in 1891. Tour the formal gardens, enjoy the swan boats, or ride the famous City Park carousel.
On August 29th, 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, washing out several areas of New Orleans and submerging lives and properties beneath flood waters some feared would never recede.
The traumatic disaster stayed in the national consciousness as the deadliest natural catastrophe in recent memory. Katrina’s wrath left behind a glut of dystopian landscapes, and it didn’t spare the Six Flags amusement park, whose contents sank and rose along with the tide until all that was left was something that resembles a post-Atlantis wonderland.
Six Flags New Orleans awaits adventurous explorers...
NOLA Hat Company is officially open! A collection of hats from some of the best shops in Opensim await your perusal! Mardi Gras is right around the corner, so come grab some hats to don as you celebrate carnival season!
Krewe du Vieux is New Orleans' most risque' carnival crewe. Our costume shop, in the heart of the city, has a wide range of costumes from cute and fun to sweet and sexy. Pass by and grab some fun Mardi Gras gear! And always remember, laissez les bon temps rouler!!

Opening Soon in The Big Easy - Krewe du Vieux Costumes.

Adopt - don't shop! At NOLA Animal Shelter, we have many abandoned animals just waiting for a happy home! Come adopt a family pet today!

The West Bank houses the most comprehensive collection of Stuff Boxes available! The vast collection includes boxes dating back to 2016! Come grab some Stuff today!

Please visit The Library Cafe for the best coffee in hyperspace, and grab a copy of our monthly book recommendation. This month, Troy Seaknight recommended "An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments" by Ali Almossawi. Sit, enjoy a delicious cup of hot coffee, and read!! Have a favorite book? Recommend it for next month's reading!