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Getting Around Greater New Orleans and Beyond

Alternative Attendants

Flowermen, dudes of honor and groomswomen are just a few new-school bridal party participants

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Modern Party Time

Halloween party planning is actually the scariest part of the holiday.

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Achilles Print Studio

Local studio inspires artists to persevere through obstacles

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Reporting for Duty

Navigating the time and budget commitments of being in the bridal party

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Puerto Rico

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Alvvays rocks Jacks and Perfume Genius opens for The xx

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Wediquette Wednesday: Do you have to bring a gift to the wedding if you brought one to the shower?

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The Unfolding Devastation of California Wine Country

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Sip and Savor

A new take on bachelor and bachelorette parties

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10 Saints Game Day Observations

Saints blowout the Lions. Sort of.

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Basking in Bastrop

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A Buffet of Choices

Unpacking the pros and cons of seated dinners, buffets, small plates and family style wedding receptions

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Inside a Man's Head, Through His Hair

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The Policeman’s Baby

New to the force

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Bridal Fashion Week Part Two: Trends, They are a Changin’

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Getting Around Greater New Orleans and Beyond

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Tarani DuncanTarani Duncan is a transplant from Knoxville, Tenn., where she gained infamy for packing Toby (her magical hatchback) and taking spontaneous road trips all over the eastern U.S. When she wasn’t on the road, Tarani freelanced for an entertainment publication in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and recorded music in a closet at her parent's house. 

With more than 100,000 miles of road-trippin’ beneath her belt and with the help of all the wonderful people she's encountered along the way,  Tarani's seen the local hideaways in just about every place she’s visited.

 

In 2010, Tarani moved to the city of New Orleans where she and her small brown dog currently reside in a cottage only a couple blocks away from the Mississippi River. In addition to writing Travelblogue for MyNewOrleans.com, Tarani crafts cocktails at a wine bar in the Bywater and is currently working towards a degree at UNO.  

 

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