People — Margie Goldsmith Talks Music And Food In New Orleans

Paul chats with Margie Goldsmith about her insider tips about visiting New Orleans and the special events and festivals that often are peopled more by locals than visitors. She shares some of her recent experiences about music and food and touring the city on a bicycle. 



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Meghan Hartman Shares The Special World Lake Charles Louisiana

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Settled in the heel of the Louisiana boot, the city of Lake Charles is in the heart of creole cowboy country. Two hours from Houston and three hours from New Orleans, the area is rich in history with modern amenities and boasts an affordable tourist price point. There are four waterfront casino resorts with the same attractions you’ll find in bigger metro areas. The Creole Nature Trail, also known as the Louisiana Outback, provides access to the beautiful sights and wildlife the area has to offer. The entire community has events and traditions for the entire family.

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Liz Munson Serves The Happiest Breakfast in America

liz_munsonLiz’s Where Y’at Diner (you have to hear it said to say it right) is tucked away in a suburb of New Orleans in southern Louisiana, serving one of the best breakfasts in America, and everything’s served with a side of happiness, love, and kindness. The novel-length menu’s type is small enough to keep reading glasses on hand for people to borrow. The diner features all-day breakfast, some of the best biscuits in the U.S., lunch classics and unique specials, and southern specialties like Pan Pardou and po-boys. “Come on in and feel the love,” encourages Liz.

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