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Artist colony in our midst

I think there is a lot to be discovered about self organization, itinerant communities, illegal and informal activities and much more from the Jackson Square community. 54 more words

French Quarter

It's Hot from March to Christmas...

The title isn’t quite right.

It’s going to be 35 degrees as I write this. Yesterday was tax day. Normally, it’s pretty warm by now. It was last weekend. 233 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Interview: Arkells

With a lengthy list of accomplishments, Hamilton’s Arkells have come a long way from their humble Charlemagne beginnings. The band consistently put on a great live show, but what Arkells perhaps excel at the most is their ability to write great rock songs, full of nostalgia and strong melodies. 439 more words


Magic City

Magic hour.

Magic place.

There are days. And there are days.

Some are not great. Some are great. Some are magic.

Today was magical.

We went to the French Quarter Fest. 368 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Trip to New Orleans...

Thanks to a wedding gift from my new brother-in-law, my new wife and I were able to visit the colorful New Orleans for our honeymoon. It is true what they say, it is a party central. 361 more words


The Life of a New Orleans Artist

One of the things I truly enjoy while in New Orleans is walking around Jackson Square admiring the local artists that display their beautiful artwork.  Everything from traditional oil paintings of scenes around the Vieux Carre to life on the bayou to abstracts, there is such a vast assortment of beauty to be found. 157 more words