I remember the first time I saw them myself was outside of Municipal Auditorium during a concert. Later, of course, I saw them on Bourbon Street, where they never cease to amuse the tourists and locals alike.
Pretty much anywhere you go in Louisiana you'll find a local, unique Christmas tradition. We have so many, there are some I'm still finding out about. Take Mr. Bingle for example. Do you know the story of this New Orleans Christmas icon?
We absolutely adore our coffee in South Louisiana. It doesn't matter what time of day, we're always down for a great cup of coffee. In fact, it appears that the "Coffee Break" actually started in good ole New Orleans.
With Christmas just a few weeks away, it looks like a couple of cities in Louisiana might be getting coal this year. WalletHub ranked 180 of the biggest cities in the U.S. to find out what cities are the most sinful, and Louisiana has landed two on the list.