Tags » Treme

Watching

If you didn’t take a picture, you weren’t there. That’s what they say. Today. I guess that means that I’m always there. Every time. Every place. 49 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Non-Geek TV From The Geek Perspective: Bosch

There’s a lot of TV out there, and some of it isn’t part of a cable package.  Streaming services have original programming too to entice viewers into subscribing to their respective systems. 540 more words

Movies & TV

The Children of the Second Line

Second lines. They are a neighborhood thing. They are for everybody. Even though the parade is led by some specific group, anybody who wants to join in, can. 88 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Revolution. The Second Line.

You never know. Yesterday, when this picture was made, the temperature at parade time was in the low 80s. It was hot. It was humid. Rain was starting to fall. 144 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Snapshots from the Streets of New Orleans | March 2015

From the Turtle Parade at Brennan’s to the St. Patty’s Day Parade on Saint Charles Avenue with cousins. Super Sunday Tribe Watching with the Mardi Gras Indians in the Tremé Neighborhood, and ending with the season’s first snoballs from Plum Street – only in New Orleans!

New Orleans