New Orleans Quick Guide
If the resurgence of tourism and dogged determination of the locals is any clue, Hurricane Katrina will not be the event that defines New Orleans. From beignets to Bourbon Street, the Crescent City is coming back with even more bravado.
The soul of this city seemed to be shaken to the core back in August 2005, and the tragedy that ensued afterwards - especially in the 9th Ward - will be a persistent memory.
But the people that call "Nawlins" home are hearty, like a hot bowl of Gumbo, the famous okra and roux-based stew that originated here. No matter what you throw in, the mix gets better every time.
City Hall still stands at 1300 Perdido Street, just outside of the Warehouse Arts District. Several core city services continue to recover in the aftermath of Katrina, so it's a good idea to call the city first to get help finding the departments and services you need. The City Hall Operator can be reached by calling (504) 658-4000.
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