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GoNOLA TV’s weekly videos provide an exclusive glimpse into all the latest and greatest from New Orleans, including the best people, places, attractions, festivals, music, food, art and more that New Orleans has to offer. Let our New Orleans videos show you the way to the real, authentic New Orleans experience with NOLA native Fleurty Girl as your guide! Visit the GoNOLA TV YouTube channel for more fun videos and playlists to explore!

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What’s New at Jazz in the Park? Treme Art Exhibit

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A home for music, food vendors, and spontaneous second lines, Jazz in the Park is also an informal exhibit space for local art vendors. Now, it has a formal component, too.

This year, the free annual concert series simultaneously hosts Treme Art Exhibit. Spotlighting artists from Treme, the area where so much of jazz culture originates, only makes sense, says …

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Video: Hayley and Will Sampson of Indywood

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If you’re in New Orleans and you want to see a movie, there are other options besides staying in with streaming video or going out to an overpriced multiplex. The city has several independent movie theaters where you can see local and independent films that you might not get to see outside of a film festival, or anywhere else. One …

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Video: Tarriona “Tank” Ball of Tank and the Bangas

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Tank and the Bangas is quickly becoming one of those New Orleans bands you have to see live, and that is in part because of the electric frontwoman Tarriona “Tank” Ball. With a background singing in church and slam poetry, Ball infuses passion, presence and infectious energy into her music, which combines R&B, soul and spoken word.  Be sure to …

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GoNOLA TV: Romantic Date Ideas in New Orleans

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If you couldn’t already tell by the ubiquitous bright pink everything, Valentine’s Day is coming up. If you’re still trying to come up with something to do with your boo, we’ve got four romantic date ideas in New Orleans right here, whether it’s an awkward first date or you’ve been together for awhile and want to get out of your …

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GoNOLA TV: Brennan’s is Back in New Orleans

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New Orleans holds onto traditions hard, which is why it was bad news when the French Quarter institution Brennan’s closed after some struggles. For decades, the grande pale pink restaurant served up decadent brunch and its signature Bananas Foster, which servers would flambé tableside. But in fall 2014, family member Ralph Brennan reopened the restaurant with inventive chef Slade Rushing …

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GoNOLA TV: Exploring Prospect.3

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There’s still time to check out Prospect.3, which has transformed New Orleans into a massive art event, inviting participants to see works in venues all across the city. Open now through Jan. 25, Prospect.3 features works in every medium by legends including Jean-Michel Basquiat and Paul Gauguin, plus artists from the city, the region and around the world. In this …

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GoNOLA TV: The New Orleans Film Festival

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The New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF) is one of the fastest growing film festivals in the country, and it’s easy to see why. It’s got the laid-back feel of a New Orleans gathering mixed with industry clout that brings in big films, important film industry names and prime networking events for emerging filmmakers. Held every October, the NOFF is also …

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GoNOLA TV: Audubon Park

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With fall in the air, right now is a great time to be outside in New Orleans — that hint of coolness sure makes running and other exercise a lot more tolerable. One of New Orleans’ great green spaces is Audubon Park, located Uptown right off the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line. There are lots of reasons to love this …

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GoNOLA TV: Shopping on New Orleans’ Magazine Street

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All month we’ve been sharing our favorite places to shop in New Orleans, and many of those places are located on Magazine Street: there’s world-class antique stores, locally owned shops, and boutique outposts of national chains. You can find trendy clothing, NOLA-centric goods, stuff for the home, and gifts for just about everyone. In our latest episode of GoNOLA TV …

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AskNOLA: Chef Phillip Lopez

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New Orleans is full of seriously good food that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Epitomizing this philosophy is chef Phillip Lopez, whose molecular gastronomy spots Root and his newer venture Square Root are both cutting-edge and critically acclaimed while not being too stuffy. Lopez opened Root in the Warehouse District in 2011, which quickly garnered some much-deserved buzz. In …

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GoNOLA TV: Pirates Alley in the French Quarter

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You might miss it if you’re not paying attention, but if you’re in the French Quarter be sure to take a walk down Pirates Alley. This two-block stretch of the French Quarter that connects Jackson Square and the shops of Royal Street encapsulates the romance and history of the neighborhood. On this week’s episode of GoNOLA TV, Fleurty Girl takes …

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GoNOLA TV: Discover New Orleans’ Bywater

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Everyone’s New Orleans itinerary should include a visit to the Bywater, a colorful, eminently walkable neighborhood that in the past few years has seen an explosion in hip restaurants, bars, coffee shops and art galleries. Whether you’re a foodie, a music aficionado, someone into outdoor activities, a lover of craft cocktails or a person more comfortable at dive bars, the …

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Exploring the Outdoors in NOLA: Bayou Sauvage in New Orleans East

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Here in New Orleans, with our plethora of world-class restaurants, invigorating nightlife scene and limitless live music, there is always something exciting to do. What many people might not realize is that we also have a world of outdoor excursions to encounter, and with our unique landscape, taking in nature in New Orleans is an experience all its own.

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New Orleans Arts Walk: Discovering Diverse Local Art By Foot

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New Orleans is a city teeming with artistic talent, and there are many opportunities to soak up our creative culture. One of the best ways to enjoy the visual arts in New Orleans is by taking part in one of the city’s two Arts Walks each month. The Arts Walks are opportunities to see the latest art exhibits and installations …

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Rhythm & Breakfast: Gospel Brunch in New Orleans

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In New Orleans, food and music are some of the things that we do best, and when you put the two together, you get an unforgettable experience. That’s why the Gospel Brunch at House of Blues is an experience not to be missed. Brunch is one of our favorite meals in New Orleans, and the Gospel Brunch buffet is stacked …

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Classic New Orleans Fare: The Anatomy of a Po-Boy

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New Orleans is known for its rich culinary scene but there’s no food or dish quite as inherently New Orleans as the po-boy. The po-boy, short for “poor boy” got its start during the summer of the 1929 Streetcar Strike. Because of the strike, men on the picket lines could not afford to buy lunch. The Martin Brothers, who owned …

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