NEW ORLEANS, La. (Dec. 17, 2019) – Today, renowned artist and cultural curator Terrance Osborne announced The Color of New Orleans, an exclusive art exhibition featuring locally inspired, never-before-seen artwork that visually tells the story of New Orleans. The signature event will be held on February 1, 2020, at Osborne’s Magazine Street Gallery. For the first time in his twenty-plus year career, Osborne is hosting … Continue reading Renowned artist Terrance Osborne announces The Color of New Orleans experience. The first one hundred guests will receive a complimentary print of the official event poster.
On this day in 1994 I was admitted into Labor & Delivery to be induced labor due to loss of amniotic fluid, my baby was in my womb in a partially dried-up water bag. Being forced into labor was the worse pain ever. I cried to my Mama, begged for drugs, epidural or to be knocked unconscious. I couldn’t take the pain, but I would … Continue reading Happy Birthday to my One and Only Son & Happy Birthing Anniversary to Me!!
Maybe you were dancing along the streets during a Second Line and noticed a group of men riding their horses up and down the neutral ground ( the “median-” You know, that little strip of land in the middle of a road.) and thought what horses have to do with the Second Line. Tourist aren’t the only ones with these questions. There are plenty of New Orleanians who do not know the full story of how these young men can saddle up and ride through our neighborhoods as if they were in the Wild Wild West. Continue reading A conversation with a New Orleans Urban Cowboy; Michael A. Hollins aka Dat Ghetto Cowboy
I had a full evening in the French Quarter’s last weekend. As you can see, these pics and videos are taken of our New Orleans Street Performers on Bourbon St. The will work for the crowd primarily on the weekends or when there’s a big event going on in the city. If you are a native of New Orleans, you will remember these guys from … Continue reading Just another day in the life of a NOLA Street Performer on Bourbon Street