Arts Market in New Orleans, Celebrate our Local Craftspeople and Artists

New Orleans loves its music and its food-and its craftspeople and artists too.  There are many ways of experiencing or taking home with you some of New Orleans’ quirky crafts and artworks, while still eating and listening to  music!   … Continue reading

Remembering the Irish in New Orleans

New Orleans is built upon layer after layer of strata, and its population followed suit.   The current Pontchartrain Expressway, running from Pontchartrain Boulevard to the Union Passenger terminal, located at Loyola Avenue, was built along the route formerly known as New … Continue reading

New Orleans Festivals 2012

  Here in New Orleans, life moves to the rhythms of the Catholic liturgical calendar.   It’s an old city, with European sensibilities merged with African, Creole, Haitian, all that jazz, with a bit of Anglo-American-Irish mixed in–after all, we … Continue reading