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Roots of Music is a non-profit organization in New Orleans committed to keeping music a vibrant part of New Orleans culture.

Roots of Music is a non-profit organization in New Orleans committed to keeping music a vibrant part of New Orleans culture.

Image: A member of the New Orleans Baby Doll Ladies poses in the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club's ''Zulu Parade'' on Jackson Avenue, the fi...

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Image: A member of the New Orleans Baby Doll Ladies poses in the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club's ''Zulu Parade'' on Jackson Avenue, the fi...

When the Saints Go Marching In: New Orleans Second Line Fine Art | Pompo Bresciani Photography. This photographer has wonderful pics of New Orleans. Check him out for travel inspiration. Gorgeous work!!!

When the Saints Go Marching In: New Orleans Second Line Fine Art | Pompo Bresciani Photography. This photographer has wonderful pics of New Orleans. Check him out for travel inspiration. Gorgeous work!!!

Women dressed in costumes for "Weiberfastnacht" (Women's Carnival) celebrate in front of Cologne's Cathedral February 7, 2013. Women's Carnival marks the start of a week of street festivals, the highlight of the event being "Rosenmontag" (Rose Monday), the final day of the carnival where mass processions are held. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Photos: Street Carnival in Cologne, Germany

Women dressed in costumes for "Weiberfastnacht" (Women's Carnival) celebrate in front of Cologne's Cathedral February 7, 2013. Women's Carnival marks the start of a week of street festivals, the highlight of the event being "Rosenmontag" (Rose Monday), the final day of the carnival where mass processions are held. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Mr. Okra rolls through the streets of New Orleans selling fruits & veggies and singing his famous song...“I have oranges and bananas, I have good lemons, broc-oh-lee,” Mr. Okra calls as his truck sputters along at a stately parade pace. “I have cantaloupes, collard greens. I have garlic, eating pears, blueberries.

Mr. Okra rolls through the streets of New Orleans selling fruits & veggies and singing his famous song...“I have oranges and bananas, I have good lemons, broc-oh-lee,” Mr. Okra calls as his truck sputters along at a stately parade pace. “I have cantaloupes, collard greens. I have garlic, eating pears, blueberries.

Love this stuff, makes a cute wedding favor if you are from New Orleans!!

Love this stuff, makes a cute wedding favor if you are from New Orleans!!

Tomb of Marie Laveaux | Legend has it - if you want Laveau to grant your wish, you must draw an "X" on the tomb, turn around three times, knock on the tomb, yell out your wish, and if it is granted, return to the tomb, circle your "X," and leave your offering...

Tomb of Marie Laveaux | Legend has it - if you want Laveau to grant your wish, you must draw an "X" on the tomb, turn around three times, knock on the tomb, yell out your wish, and if it is granted, return to the tomb, circle your "X," and leave your offering...

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