What’s hot and why it matters to you

What’s hottest?

It depends on where you live.

If you’re in the Midwest, the Midwest is the hot spot.

If not, then it’s Houston.

Here are 10 reasons why.


New Orleans is the most popular destination in the world, according to Forbes.

The city is home to several of the biggest attractions in the US and has a thriving entertainment scene.

The Bourbon Street area is a destination for the whole family, from the hippest of hippies to the most conservative.


The weather is one of the best in the country, according in USA Today.

While the sun isn’t always out, the sky is never too cold.

This means temperatures typically drop around 50 degrees in the city, which is a great combination for a weekend getaway.


There are plenty of beaches in New Orleans, according on TripAdvisor.

The warm waters, the warm climate and the beautiful sunsets make New Orleans a great destination for families.


The Saints football team has made a splash in the New Orleans sports world with their Super Bowl victory in 2017.

The NFL franchise is based in the Louisiana city and the team has also taken on a number of different sports ventures over the years.


The French Quarter has been named one of The 100 Most Beautiful Places in the World, according Lonely Planet.

A place where all of New Orleans lives, the French Quarter is also a place where locals can get lost in their favorite restaurants and cafes.


The Jazz Museum of Louisiana is a historic landmark in the French District, according The Washington Post.

The museum houses the collections of some of the country’s greatest jazz musicians, including Joe Louis, Benny Goodman, and John Coltrane.

The area is known for its vibrant music scene, including The Band, The Cajun, and The Mamas and the Papas.


The City of New York has more than 25 museums, including the New York Public Library, the New Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art, according Travel + Leisure.

There’s also a museum in downtown Brooklyn, the Museum Of Modern Art.


The Grand Ballroom at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel is home for the Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The annual event attracts a diverse group of artists, performers, and fans who attend the annual event to watch and learn about jazz, classical music, and African American culture.


The St. Claude Hotel is a popular spot for weddings and special events.

The hotel offers suites, rooms, and suites with kitchens, bathrooms, and a private balcony overlooking the hotel courtyard.


The American Heart Association has ranked New Orleans as the fourth-best city in the nation for health and wellness.

The health department provides a wide range of health-related services, including health screenings, screenings for sexually transmitted infections, and other screenings.