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It’s May aka ‘May the 4th be With You’Month #GeekiestMonthoftheYea

Hello my NOLA Family,  I'm pleased to share with you "Geek Out NOLA" who happenes to be a friend and fellow blogger. We are in collaboration with all things for the betterment of all and I will use my platform to share her Geek Out NOLA events that she feels are worth attending. You will … Continue reading It’s May aka ‘May the 4th be With You’Month #GeekiestMonthoftheYea

Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

https://www.vogue.com/article/new-orleans-mothers-day-second-line-parade-style-photo-portfolio     These days, it’s rare to witness or take part in what New Orleanians consider an authentic second line parade, a tradition in which whole neighborhoods dance behind a local social club and brass band (the “main line”) as they march down the street. Stand on the corner of just about any block … Continue reading Celebrating the Showstopping Style of New Orleans’s Second Line Parades – Urban Orleans

Zulu On The Bayou Mother’s Day Festival

Zulu on the Bayou Mother's Day Festival - Sunday 11a-7p Original Big 7 Second Line Parade - Sunday   Original Big Seven Second Line Parade 906x680 Original Big 7 [Photo by Action Jackson] Original Big 7 [Photo by Action Jackson] Sunday, May 13, 2018 -  1:00pm to 5:00pm Coming Up Soon MAY 20 Zulu Second Line Parade Sunday, May … Continue reading Zulu On The Bayou Mother’s Day Festival

How The Near Death Of Jazz Helped Save The Culture – The Editor’s Room – April 2018 – New Orleans, LA

During the '60s TV journalist David Brinkley chided New Orleans in an NBC report because many of the jazz clubs in the French Quarter had given way to striptease. Because of that report, the city suffered a bout of self-flagellation for not supporting its native music. Truth is, once music forms become popular the places … Continue reading How The Near Death Of Jazz Helped Save The Culture – The Editor’s Room – April 2018 – New Orleans, LA