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  • Lexington Arms

    Fifty years ago, this was a state-of-the-art, high-rise apartment building filled with upscale residents in one of New Orleans' top downtown neighborhoods. That was fifty years ago. Now, the power tends to go out on Tuesdays, sometimes the water runs …

  • Five Aces

    |Five Aces Casino Logo| One of the last casinos operating in New Orleans' [[French Quarter]], the Five Aces is privately owned - and not …

  • Ant Hole

    Until recently, [[:durangel | Marcus Durangel]] ran a soup kitchen in the [[French Quarter]]. [[:aioda-sisyntax | Aioda SiSyntax]] discovered it to be a cover for his UB-style Ant Colony, and called Lone Star. Fearing the worst, Lone Star brought …

  • Rat Market

    On the rare occasion that Lone Star takes an interest in the 9th Ward, the Rat Market is the first place they go - to bust the drug dealers and seize illegal weapons. The Rat Market is a collection of semi-permanent structures and stalls set up on a …

  • JebsChurch

    Laramie Avenue Baptist Church has spent the last 30 years rotting and abandoned in a neighborhood where most of the other structures are doing the same. A few months ago, [[:rev-jeb | a preacher from Chicago]] moved down to the [[Lower City]], tracked …

  • Bayou Palace

    A gleaming gold and red building full of plush red carpets, gold brocade, and a carefully manufactured appearance of an old-time New Orleans Brothel, the Bayou Palace is notorious for the huge amount of money spent relocating it from the [[French Quarter …