It's no secret that New Orleans exists in its own time and space. It's a city that leases burial vaults to the dead for a year and a day (after that a corpse in a NOLA cemetery is pushed to the back to make room for another, fresher body) and follows Napoleonic Code in its legal system. It's also a ... More >>
That's it! We've got the perfect route for Beyoncé's multi-family trek across Florida with best friends Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin: Miami to Pensacola Beach for DeLuna Fest 2012 in September.
Originally, headliners Pearl Jam and Foo Figthers were reason enough to make the 11-hour journey to ... More >>
Yesterday, CNN ran an interesting article about Southern stereotypes, "The South: Not all Bubbas and Banjos."
"The lower right-hand portion of the U.S. of A. is often pigeonholed as a tobacco-spittin', Bible-thumpin', gun-totin' (and worse) backwater," writes Todd Leopold. "So go ahead, fry up the ... More >>
Via facebook.com/KermitRuffinsComfortably nestled in the Mid-City District of New Orleans, the historic Tremé neighborhood is one of America's loudest.
Jazz music thrives in this 0.69-square-mile patch of NOLA land, especially at Kermit Ruffins's house. A brilliant composer, accomplished trump ... More >>
Marta Xochilt PerezTuba dude Phil Frazier.For a minute, Fall for the Arts felt like a street festival in the French Quarter. With a sweaty crowd all hopped up on fried chicken, foie gras, fish tacos, frozen lemonade, and lukewarm beer, the Rebirth Brass Band of New Orleans launched into shout-alo ... More >>
photo by Tobin VoggesserJJ GreyJJ Grey & Mofro, GalacticRevolution, Fort LauderdaleSaturday, January 9, 2010Better Than: Being stuck on a boat with "suspicious liquids."The Review:This past weekend marked an annual ritual: the end of the Jam Cruise, which always floods South Florida with musi ... More >>