A feature from the Travel Channel’s Scariest Haunted Attractions 2007!
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Wild celebration on Bourbon Street in New Orleans following Saints victory over the Vikings in the NFC Championship game.
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“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963
They assassinated King, April 4, 1968
On April 4, 2006 St Bernard public housing residents returned from forced exile, to clean up and reclaim their homes.
People who had leases with HANO and want to join the lawsuit against HANO can sign up online at: http://publichousing.justiceforneworleans.org
For more info: call 504-520-9521 or 504-319-3564
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Four year old, Christian Crais, as Stanley from “Streetcar named Desire” in Stella contest. New Orleans French Quarter, April 2006.
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In the hometown of the Super Bowl Saints, there is a new vision for New Orleans. New eye-catching designs backed by Brad Pitt are replacing homes wrecked by Katrina. Jeff Glor reports.
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In New Orleans it's all about the characters you find all over the city. We take a look at some of the characters patrolling the days before Halloween.
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The legendary clarinetist Pete Fountain performs with cornetist Connie Jones’ French Quarter Festival All-Stars. Also, Otis Bazoon on sax, Tim Laughlin on clarinet, Rick Trolsen on trombone, David Boeddinghaus on piano, Bryan Barberot on drums. I forget the bassist’s name. Intro by Ronnie Kole. The opening tune is “Clarinet Marmalade”, with “St. Louis Blues” in the second part. What a way to kick off French Quarter Fest 2009!
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Johnny Horton The Battle Of New Orleans 1959 Best Video Quality
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http://www.mardigrascostumepics.com Still shots of people in costumes in the French Quarter on Fat Tuesday 2006, the first Mardi Gras following Hurricane Katrina. MardigrasCostumePics.com . See lots more at
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July 19th 2009 – A great day in beautiful Maribo, in sunny Denmark and Jill Spencer brought her video camera along, for which we are all very grateful!
Fifteen musicians were on stage together from four different countries, so it was a pretty special event and the final concert in the very successful Maribo jazz festival, taking place at the Hylddalen (stadium).
It brought together six Hot Five Jazzmakers from Canada, six New Orleans Delights from Denmark & Sweden and three international jazz celebrities, all together under the title Kjeld Brands New Orleans All-Stars. Putting this many players together, for the festivals finale concert, could be considered a bit of a gamble but, under the capable musical direction of trumpeter Derek Winters, it worked like a charm!
Having Marilyn Keller, from the USA on centre stage, to sing with us, was the icing on the cake, I thought.
Here we are hearing the Bourbon Street Parade which was the second number in the concert and it certainly got things going! All the paired instruments worked together as if they had done this many times before.
The reeds were Sarah Spencer tenor sax; Janet Shaw clarinet & alto sax; Kjeld Brandt – clarinet. Trombones – Bengt Hansson & Brian Towers. String basses Stephan Karfve & Brian Day. Trumpet & MC Derek Winters. Cornet – Andrej Saradin. Tenor banjos Erling Lindhart & Jamie Macpherson. Piano keyboards Hans Pederson & Reide Kaiser and the solitary drummer was Claus Lindhardt.
For the Hot Five Jazzmakers it was the last concert of their tour, which had started at the Whitley Bay International Jazz Festival in England, ten days earlier. It was a grand way to finish!
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