Oh, and it is possible to get homesick for New Orleans even if you’re currently living in here. The city we call home is almost unrecognizable right now.
But we will persevere just like we always have; at least for the past 303 years.
Got a minute? Check out this 60 second short film on Frady’s One Stop featuring Kirk Frady, owner and operator.
Frady’s is my favorite po boy joint in New Orleans and the last coffee shop in the city where a cup of mud will set you back .75c.
And the next time you get in the mood for a fried baloney sandwich, the crew at Kirk’s little store has you covered.
Get your New Year off to a good start with Huey ‘Piano’ Smith’s Happy New Year from 1962
This is my once a year column where I look back at the previous 12 months of life in New Orleans’ 9th Ward and beyond. I take my lead from Benjamin Franklin and his superb Almanack that he published for 25 years back in the 18th century Continue Reading
Has it really been 20 years since O.C Smith died? Put on At Last My Baby’s Coming Home tonight; dim the lights, chill the ham and invite some company over.
Now the old joint will have to soldier along under new owners. Details to come but here’s a piece I wrote in 2018 more
They’re bawdy. Continue Reading