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You absolutely want to check out this flight over and through New Zealand, including a pass through the steam of the Champagne Pool hot spring done by drone and the Huka waterfall.


Jazz vocalist John Boutté feels he can no longer afford to live in his hometown of New Orleans. He’s not alone. Rising housing costs are pushing many musicians and service workers — the backbone of New Orleans’ tourism economy — further and further outside the city limits. This suburbanization of the working class poses more than an inconvenience: It’s fraying the culture of New Orleans and splintering the very neighborhoods that have nurtured the city’s music for decades.

Down Home In Treme With John Boutté And Shannon Powell