Click here to view original web page at Frenchmen Street Art Market receives a second line sendoff NEW ORLEANS — The Frenchmen Street Art Market closed its doors and received a second line send off Tuesday night, despite an unexpected upset earlier in the day. Art Market Manager Kate Gaar planned to spend the afternoon […]
Click here to view original web page at How much do you tip musicians in New Orleans? People dance on the sidewalk to street musicians as they perform during French Quarter Festival on Saturday, April 12, 2014.( Walk down Royal Street, Frenchmen Street or amble around Jackson Square in New Orleans and you’re bound to […]
Click here to view original web page at Witness to suspected killing by New Orleans performer Uncle Louie: ‘We’ve got some closure now’ Johnie Lewis Miller in character as human statue “Uncle Louie” in the French Quarter (via YouTube) It’s been 43 years, but a witness to the killing suspected to have been committed by […]
Click here to view original web page at New Orleans street performer arrested in 1974 Jacksonville murder Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office booking photo of Johnie Miller (left) and Project Cold Case photo of Freddie Farah (right) NEW ORLEANS – A street performer well known in New Orleans as Uncle Louie is in custody, accused of […]
Those stupid enough to outlaw their own history are doomed to repeat it. Click here to view original web page at New Orleans ready to take down controversial Gen. Robert E. Lee statue FILE 2015: The statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee stands in Lee Circle in New Orleans. (AP) The city of New Orleans […]
Click here to view original web page at New Orleans Takes Down 3rd Confederate-era Monument Workers in New Orleans took down a Confederate monument to Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard early Wednesday, the third of four such monuments to come down in the city. New outlets showed footage of the statue being lifted off its base shortly […]
Click here to view original web page at Watch Questlove, Common, And Black Thought Busking On Frenchmen Street During Jazz Fest Many people consider the two weekends of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (and the days between them) to be the best time of year for live music, and it’s not hard to see […]
Click here to view original web page at NOPD officer joins in the fun of street performer at gay Easter parade in French Quarter The Gay Easter Parade rolls through the French Quarter of New Orleans on Sunday, April 16, 2017. (Photo by Chris Granger, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) A New Orleans police officer joined […]
Click here to view original web page at Muck Rock graffiti artist goes big, gets dissed on St. Claude Avenue New kid in town Muck Rock, a beyond-energetic New York/Los Angeles-based graffiti artist, has sprayed her way to Crescent City glory on St. Claude Avenue and thereabouts over the past few months. Graffiti fans may […]
Click here to view original web page at Street musicians shouldn’t just be for Mardi Gras As the sun began to set on midtown Tuesday, musicians took to the sidewalks to toot trumpets and trombones and bang on drums, as hundreds of Mardi Gras partygoers shimmied to the beat on their way from Mulvaney’s B&L […]
Click here to view original web page at Watch the Laissez Boys finish strong in the Muses Mardi Gras parade Sure, most of the marching band members, the dancers and float riders were probably exhausted at the end of the Muses Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans (February 23), but the Laissez Boys, who are […]
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Click here to view original web page at 2017 Mobile Mardi Gras Mystic of Time Parade Always great on the busiest Saturday in Mobile’s Mardi Gras season
Click here to view original web page at Mardi Gras ParadeCam 2017: Krewe of Bacchus Watch the Mardi Gras super-krewe of Bacchus parade down St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans.
Click here to view original web page at How New Orleans Became Mardi Gras Central Mardi Gras has been synonymous with New Orleans for well over a century: this year’s celebration, on Tuesday, marks the 160th anniversary of the city’s first parade. But Mardi Gras, sometimes referred to as Carnival (after the pre-Lenten festive season […]
Click here to view original web page at Mardi Gras Battle of the Bands before the Bacchus parade It’s a Mardi Gras musical tradition. Watch as college, high school, and elementary school marching bands battle it out for sonic supremacy before taking their places in the Bacchus Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans.