Joe Stern, Prince of Wales stalwart, speaking on the New Orleans second line tradition in an interview back in 2010. Continue Reading
There is nothing on this earth I would rather do than go to a second line on the streets of our city on Sunday afternoon. And I suspect many of you agree. Continue Reading
We were standing outside Sportsman’s Corner when the man fell to the ground. Moments before he crashed, his Heineken slipped from his hand and exploded on the blacktop with a dull ‘whoomph’ Continue Reading
I never looked back. Attending as a civilian is more fun that working the judges table; you have time to bond with the cooking teams, and kick back under the towering live oaks of Richards Park.
Only the good lord knows how many hundreds of cans of Keystone Light were drunk last weekend in Brady.
Here’s our field report.
Valley of Silent Men Social Aid and Pleasure Club kicked off the 2018-2019 Second Line season with a riotous performance. It had been seven long weeks since we’d had a proper second line and the crowd was hungry for street daquiris, smoked turkey legs, and brass on the blacktop. Here’s what we saw (and do not skip the video at the end): Continue Reading