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City Park has something for everyone! For decades, nature lovers have explored magnificent flora along the meandering pathways of the New Orleans Botanical Garden. Athletes are drawn to the park’s wide-open green spaces, multiple athletic fields and active recreational sports leagues. Golfers tee up at City Park’s scenic 18-hole golf course, and tennis players hit the clay and hard courts at the City Park / Pepsi Tennis Complex. Outdoorsy types enjoy afternoons boating on Big Lake or wandering beautiful Couturie Forest. Kids and families love Storyland’s colorful storybook sculptures. The famous antique carousel – the centerpiece of the Carousel Gardens Amusement Park – is a favorite among visitors of all ages. Beignet aficionados and night owls get a taste of authentic New Orleans at the 24-hour Morning Call. Whether you’re an artist, an athlete, a nature lover, a kid, or just a kid at heart, there’s a special place inside the park for you!

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        DPQuinn | New Jersey
        In 1989 my Father died of a heart attack in a brutally hot summer. The ewather and heat have gotten worse since then. When I saw lemons growing on a porch in Nuley NJ it was stunning. Part of me says we have less air pollution than we used to. Has the ozone layer still retreated ? I remember when fans in you hand residence or dept store were normal. Not sub-freezing temperaturex on mass tranist or in every store. We are off-kilter in too may ways. In grammar school I won honorable mention for a Science Fair solar oven in 1966. Watching the west coast burn as we experience micro-climate flooding on the East coast. WHERE ARE WE GOING ? Up, down or sideways ? Venice banned cruise ships. There are glimers of hope with torrential embers on fire.
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