Finally, a cloudless day. I started the day with the Oyster Rockefeller Bisque, which was a rich, murky green broth with six or so good sized oysters in a small […]
A good story from New Orleans City Business on the marketing of Mardi Gras Indians.
Yesterday I meant to put up this link but was preoccupied with the rain. Katy Reckdahl’s story in The Times-Picayune on the police breaking up a jazz funeral is really […]
After six fest days and two nights of Stomp with only Monday off, I’m ready for Jazz Fest to be over. Yesterday was a good day, and I remembered that […]
My day started with a merguez from Jamila’s on a tip from the Times-Picayune‘s Brett Anderson (who took my tip on Guil’s Gator), and it was an excellent sausage sandwich. […]
It’s Friday morning, and for the first time this fest, there are closers I want to see. With Stevie Wonder, Terence Blanchard with the LPO, the tribute to Clifton Chenier […]
A good night at the Ponderosa Stomp. I heard from a few sources that I missed a classic Stomp moment with opening band, the Green Fuz. Their great moment, the […]
This is a short post because I only saw the Wardell Quezergue section with Tony Owens, Jean Knight, Tammy Lynn, Mac Rebennack and more. Before Tammy Lynn, Nick Spitzer introduced […]
Food writer Todd A. Price passed me this story from New Orleans City Business on some of the costs of running a Jazz Fest food booth.
Geoffrey Himes’ recent piece on Randy Newman’s “Louisiana 1927” appeared Sunday in the New York Times. The idea that it has become “Stagger Lee”-like in its ability to re-employed and […]