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This is what Gentrification did to Pearl Paint

Hey, remember Pearl Paint, the local retail institution that stood on Canal Street for decades and became an iconic fixture because of its red and cream-painted facade? 105 more words


French Quarter - New Orleans, Louisiana

I have never been to a place like New Orleans, where just a few blocks away from where you stand you feel like you are a whole world away. 358 more words


Actually, The NY Times, Canal Street is Cleaning Up Like Sh**

Pristine storefronts. Affluent white fashionistas strolling down Canal Street like it’s the Champs-Elysées. $17 lobster rolls. $10,000 pendants. Museum-quality store interiors. This is the image that… 1,099 more words


4. Saying 'bye to Batson

Were it possible for Ecstacio – on the strength of his dubious law degree from the (online) University of Oxfjord – to pass down short jail terms to the numerous incompetents involved in the sale of my old bachelor pad in central Manchester I would back him up every step of the way. 746 more words


Moronic NY Times Article Gentrification of Canal Street as Being "Cleaned Up Nice"

If you had ever told me that the New York Times would not only been cheerleading hyper-gentrification but engaging in gaslighting and making insulting statements in the process, I would’ve thought you were out of your freaking mind. 1,763 more words


Streetcar During the Blue Hour


Streetcars are considered to be a huge tourist attraction. With the proper pass you can ride all over the city. You can catch a ride somewhere near The French Quarter and head Uptown on the green cars. 173 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Parquet Courts' Total Football Pop-up Shop is Open on Canal Street

For the next nine days, one of my favorite bands is hosting viewing parties for my favorite event at Rough Trade Records inside the Canal Street Market… 205 more words

Soccer In The City