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COOL THINGS TO SEE, DO, & EAT IN NEW ORLEANS
Louie's Juke Joint
Music, art, autographs, weird collectibles, and all things New Orleanian.
Classic old-line (but never stuffy) Creole restaurant, as
seen in LIQUOR.
Best oysters in town. Open September - May only.
Chef Eman Loubier, formerly of Commander's Palace, has
described his food as "upscale Louisiana fishing camp."
Roch Cemetery & Chapel
One of our most interesting cemeteries. Don't miss the
chapel of votive body parts.
Conti Wax Museum
The Haunted Dungeon was a big influence on 4-year-old me.
Actually 45 miles north of New Orleans in Abita Springs,
this extraordinary, witty glimpse into creative obsession
is well worth the drive across the Causeway.
Flamingos up close, Roseate Spoonbills, Komodo Dragons,
white alligators in a Cajun swamp, and a host of other
fabulous animals in humane but accessible habitats. The
adjacent Audubon Park is wonderful for walking, skating,
biking, golf, birdwatching, or just relaxing in a sylvan
Ways you can help New Orleans
Orleans Public Library
Preservation Resource Center
Two memorials I made
Sites of possible interest
Caitlin R. Kiernan
Not just one of my best friends and favorite writers, but also
one of the best author sites around.
My horror idol? My pseudonym? You decide ...
The most innovative and delicious food in New Orleans. Maybe
I'll see you there!
The Victorian Hairwork
My favorite thing to collect.
Church of the Subgenius
Too much is always better than not enough.
Author, Dominatrix, Fellow Bird Geek!