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Feathers and Baby Dolls In Da House

I’ve insisted repeatedly over the years the need for a highly visible and accessible museum in New Orleans that focuses on our musical culture. There are many venues and organization […]

How Disneylanding Happens

Today’s Times-Picayune has a story by Jaquetta White on the revisions for the planned downtown taxing zone—an area from the river to Claiborne Avenue, and from the Pontchartrain Expressway to […]

All on a Monday in New Orleans…

I thought you would enjoy this piece written by Gaynielle “Queen G” Neville about how music flows from generation to generation, from the death of a treasured New Orleans musical […]

The First Words of the Season

Dan Phillips’ Home of the Groove is mandatory reading for fans of New Orleans music. He brings a fan’s passion and a historian’s attention to detail to writing about the […]

Music or Bullets?

Had a visit this week from two young Nederlanders who had made a trip from Memphis to New Orleans on bicycles.  Both Leedert and Winifred are in their early thirties, […]