This $5M Greek-Italianate Revival mansion in the Garden District counts Nicolas Cage and Anne Rice as former owners
If you’ve got a cool $5 million lying around and wish to join a storied lineage of homeowners that includes Anne Rice and Nicolas Cage, then we’ve got a deal for you. The circa-1856 abode was designed
Apostle of blood, lord of night, invader of sleep — Count Dracula cannot die. He returns again and again, aided by Anne Rice and Stephenie Meyer. In our bleak age, Dracula has become a necessary monster.
Sturgill Simpson, yeah? The country and western guy who covers Nirvana and makes it sound as smooth as a spoonful of honey in a big fat glass of Kentucky whiskey, yeah? Well, yeah … except that he’s suddenly
Rutger Hauer, the beloved actor who oscillated between high-minded art films and blood-curdling genre fare, died yesterday at the age of 75. While many fans reflected on his memorable turns in Blade Runner,
St. Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 is nestled in the heart of the Garden District, and the storied destination serves as a tourist hotspot as well as a setting for many Anne Rice novels. It’s also flanked by