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1. New Orleanian: This is, or so I have been told, the term to apply to those that have been born and/or lived in New Orleans.  
2. CP3: CP3 is also the nickname of the Calliope Projects (CP), which is in the 3rd Ward.  
3. Parking Nazi: Meter Maids, parking enforcement officer  
4. Emeril: Celebrated Chef Emeril Lagasse, a pop-culture icon for New Orleans-style cooking. Emeril's "Homebase" (the corpora...  
5. Chef Paul Prudomme: A Celebrity Chef specializing in Louisiana cuisine, owner of K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen restaurant in the French Qu...  
6. Cajun: Cajun's do not live in the city of New Orleans or the surronding parishes. They live north of New Orleans, more cen...  
7. Marie Laveau: The legendary voodoo queen of New Orleans.  
8. Yat: Local dialect  
9. Secondline: A group of people who follow a brass band down the street while swinging handkerchiefs over their heads and doing a...  
10. Krewe: A group, led by a captain, that organizes a parade during Carnival season.  
11. Creoles: French-cultured urban residents, early denizens of New Orleans, distinct from Cajuns in that Creoles were cosmopoli...  
12. John James Audubon: Not true -- Audubon was born in Haiti. See http://www.knowla.org/entry.php?rec=531 .  
13. Buddy Bolden: A cornet player who brought New Orleans flavor to jazz. His theme song was "Funky Butt Blues".  
14. Ernie K-Doe: A late but once-famous local eccentric in the New Orleans music scene, who billed himself as "The Emperor of the Un...  
15. Poppy Z. Brite: A popular writer of gothic and dark fiction native to New Orleans. Many of her stories take place in New Orleans, ...  
 
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