Creators of Culture: The History of the Faubourg Treme

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Treme Mural
Few neighborhoods in the world can take credit for as many culturally groundbreaking events as New Orleans’ own Faubourg Treme. Though it occupies only a small area of the city, the Treme has had a mighty impact worldwide through the invention of Jazz, initiating the first Civil Rights movement in the United States, and by […]

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Preservation Hall: Where Art & Jazz Meet

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In a city whose culture is founded on art and music, nothing represents the collision of these two worlds better than Preservation Hall.  It has a history that epitomizes New Orleans’ zest for community and collaboration and continues to embody that spirit to this day. A Jazz Hall by Any Other Name            While it […]

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