By now those riders are famous; mainly for getting themselves killed as they zoom up and down the byways of New Orleans with nary a care in the world.
That ‘come what may’ attitude serves them well until they’re sliding face first down the tarmac at 60mph. Continue Reading
Elizabeth “Betsy” McDaniel was killed in a home invasion in the New Orleans suburb of Marrero in the Spring of 2008. Bryant Boudoin was sentenced to life in prison for the crime. Continue Reading
It was the 44th edition of the legendary Gheens Bon Mange Festival his past weekend. For the non-Francophones, bon mange means good eats, and that’s exactly what’s offered in the unincorporated community of Gheens, Louisiana. Continue Reading
Sometimes the desire for a po boy is nearly overpowering. This is the state I found myself in after a five mile hike through 90+ degree heat in New Orleans this past weekend. I was shaking. Continue Reading
“Mr Randy, but I forgot where he was when he killed it”
Randy Montegut opened Bon Creole as a crawfish processing plant in 1982. As the business evolved it grew into one of the most famous restaurants in Acadiana. It’s storied, beloved, and regularly the locus of fevered roadtrips from all across the South. Continue Reading
The smiling elderly lady greets us as she walks in the front door of Bobby’s Seafood. We’ve been fingered as outsiders but a parking lot beatdown does not feel imminent; she’s just being friendly to strangers. Continue Reading