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Sketches of a Jazz Funeral

Going home. Flying away. Sadness. Celebration.

A Jazz funeral. If you’re ever in New Orleans and you are lucky enough to see one, be sure to remember one thing. 217 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Release me

For those of us who hold our TV Shows near and dear, saying goodbye can be tough. (There were more tears shed during the BrBa finale than at the end of titanic) – (Alright, this may be an overstatement…whatevs). 1,388 more words

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Dead Flowers, Faded Beads, Vampires & Ghosts

Changes.

I thought that I’d take you on a tour of St. Louis Cemetery No. 2. At least, I’ll show you a few details as I saw them. 388 more words

Ray Laskowitz

It May Seem So

Before the storm, this place was plain scary. Now, it’s just scary. It was a kind of no man’s land that was one of those places that you shouldn’t go into alone. 345 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Emmys Observed: tvDownload Discusses Best Miniseries

Where tvDownload’s Drew and Vinnie open up the floor to discuss the picks for this year’s Emmys!

Best Actor in Miniseries

Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dancing On The Edge… 630 more words

Meet James DuMont

When The Dodgy ran into actor James DuMont outside Three Muses on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, we had to look around for the cameras. After all, it seems as if DuMont is never not in front of cameras. 690 more words

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Emmys 2014: What Should Win Best Miniseries? Take Our Poll!

Brace yourselves for Emmys 2014: Return of the Miniseries!

Indeed, after putting the “Oustanding Miniseries” category on ice from 2011-2013 — in favor of a broader “Outstanding Miniseries or Movie” division —  the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has decided to once again differentiate between multi-night events and one-night-only affairs. 185 more words

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