New Orlean’s Art

Spotted on Frenchmen Street, New Orleans. Give him a subject and in 20 minutes he will deliver a beautifully typed out poem about the subject. Whats the charge? Pay as you wish. He will let you decide what you think the poem is worth. We tried it out and asked him to write about internet relationships, and we were not disappointed with the outcome. Make … Continue reading New Orlean’s Art

NOLA’s Music Part II: Bourbon Street

(Reyn Spooner Kilohana Limited Edition ‘Made in Hawaii’ Shirt $130)   Bourbon Street is the heart of New Orleans in the oldest neighborhood, the French Quarter. Filled with legendary old bars that were built in 1770 like Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar (photo on the left) and newer bright colored ones like Tropical Isle (photo above) with 3 different locations within a few blocks from each … Continue reading NOLA’s Music Part II: Bourbon Street

NOLA’s Music Part 1: Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street in New Orleans is the most famous 3 blocks with some of the most well known live music venues including The Maison (pictured above) and Three Muses (photo adjacent). Fun fact is that the area was first a plantation owned by a Creole man named Bernard de Marigny who made the dice game craps famous in America. The building and houses that are … Continue reading NOLA’s Music Part 1: Frenchmen Street