New Orleans at 300: A Warm Welcome And Food Will Follow

A warm welcome is phase one of a visit to the Crescent City. Food will follow. And music. “New Orleans is just like your grandma. You come home, she’s always got a hot plate of food for you and she’s gonna invite you to her table to sit down and talk about what’s ever on your mind. And she’s gonna listen,” said New Orleans native Tarriona “Tank” Ball, the front woman of the band Tank and the Bangas. Founded in 1718 by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville 100 miles from the mouth of the Mississippi River, the valuable port city of New Orleans has long been defined by struggle, joy, resistance and survival.

Originally published on CNNTravel on April 26, 2018

https://www.cnn.com/videos/travel/2018/04/26/i-live-here-new-orleans.cnn

Credit: Co-producer, Cinematographer

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