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Outside the Bernard B. Jacobs theatre in New York City at night. The lights glow purple and the sign reads, "Company," the name of a broadway show.

Broadway Delights: The New York City Stage

Rising up out of the subway and stepping foot on to the pavement of the Manhattan streets is a kind of otherworldly experience that’s specific to New York. If you’re an avid traveler, you know. Each passerby has a purpose and every tourist’s eyes sparkle under the big city billboards which famously dominate the Times
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Mardi Gras in Lafayette: A Weekend of Revelry for the Whole Family

Mardi Gras in Lafayette shows the true spirit of Louisiana traditions, right in the heart of Cajun Country.   If there is ever a time to laissez les bons temps rouler, or “let the good times roll,” it’s Mardi Gras weekend in Louisiana. Mardi Gras in America dates back to 1699, when French-Canadian explorer Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville
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Welcome to Cajun Country: Introducing Lafayette

When I say Louisiana, you say…? Did you automatically think “New Orleans”? New Orleans may be a globally known hub for Louisiana culture, but if you travel approximately 3 hours west, you’ll hit the city of Lafayette, bursting with Creole and Cajun music, dance, and history. It is known as “The Hub City” of the area,
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