In his book, “Feet on the Street: Rambles Around New Orleans,” Roy Blount Jr. writes that being in love in New Orleans is like having two women at the same time: first, the actual lady and second, the city itself. With its trimmed-out house fronts, elegant oaks and bricked sidewalks, ours is indeed an inherently&
Rivista Last week Eater NOLA asked readers for their recommendations on the best restaurants for brunch in New Orleans. Here now, we map the results, which vary from fine…
Today we held a rally to save the Music of New Orleans and to bring attention to the Noise Ordinance that the City was going to try to pass. The City Council pulled the Noise Ordinance from session today, a small victory. However, the fight still goes on and we will not be silent. Music is not a crime.
We marched on City Hall with a second line. We marched into City Hall with the music. We marched into Council Chambers to put to rest the onerous Noise Ordinance. We also held an impromptu meeting in Chambers and the only City Council member who showed up and welcomed us was Cantrell.
These changes, these sound levels, these non enforceable rules are funded by big money and a hand-full of wealthy citizens that think their money means more than our votes. We showed City Hall today that we are paying attention and that we will be heard. Musicians matter, the little people vote, and we love this city. We are not content to be second class citizens.
Long Live New Orleans Music!
Musicians marched on City Hall, and wound up taking over the City Council Chamber. If this had been in a film or tv show, people from elsewhere would have dismissed the scene as too implausible.
New Orleans. So much deliciousness to eat, so little time. For you epicures, we at the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival offer you a list of 10 New Orleans po-boys you absolutely mus…
Map of New Orleans - 1878
It was damn good, too.
I love this place. Very romantic little restaurant.
Mona Lisa’s is great and you should try the place next door too. Bennachin in an African restaurant. We stop there on my food history tour and have some of their African Jambalaya. (be forewarned, link has auto play music)
Bacchanal Sure the weather is atrocious today, but soon that rainy frown will be flipped upside down as Fall’s cool breezes head to the Crescent City. That being said,…
My favorite go-cup drink - Port of Call’s Monsoon!
- 3/4 oz Dark Rum
- 1 1/4 oz Light Rum
- 1 oz Pineapple Juice
- 1 oz Passion-fruit Juice
- 4 oz Sweet and Sour Mix
Pour all ingredients except myer’s dark rum and stir in an ice-filled hurricane glass. Add dark rum at the top, mix and serve.