• New Orleans

    The Lost Bayou Ramblers at French Quarter Fest 2009

    The Lost Bayou Ramblers perform at the French Quarter Festival, April 18, 2009. New Orleans, Louisiana. I don’t know the name of this song. Sorry about the camera work, but the dancers got in the way and I moved for a better spot. My bad! www.lostbayouramblers.com www.myspace.com/lostbayouramblers Duration : 0:3:12

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    French Quarter Suites and the New Orleans Courtyard Hotel

    If you are looking for some place to stay in the heart of things then this post offers a great choice. There are additional links to resources for staying and playing in New Orleans.     On thing to learn when traveling to New Orleans is that the hidden places many times are the best places. The French Quarter Suites and the New Orleans Courtyard Hotel are a prime example. The French Quarter Suites and the New Orleans Courtyard Hotel are hidden behind beautiful garden walls and amazing antique shutters. This is an Urban Oasis that exudes European charm with New World amenities. meets French Quarter Suites Hotel invites you to…

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  • Bourbon Street

    THE ASCONA ALL STARS Bourbon Street Parade

    ***IF YOU LIKE THIS THEN PLEASE SUBSCRIBE*** THE ASCONA ALL STARS Bourbon Street Parade 9:09 Jon-Erik Kellso (cornet), Dan Barrett (trombone), Sammy Rimington (clarinet), Frank Robensheuten (tenor saxophone), Butch Thompson (piano), Lino Patruno (banjo), Truch Parham (banjo), Trevor Richards (drums) Ascona 1999 http://www.linopatruno.it http://www.cambiamusica.it http://www.michaelsupnick.com Adolphe Paul Barbarin (May 5, 1899 Feb 17, 1969) was a New Orleans jazz drummer, usually regarded (along with Baby Dodds) as one of the very best of the pre-Big Band era jazz drummers. Paul Barbarin’s year of birth is often given as 1901, but his brother Louis Barbarin (born 1902) said he was quite sure that Paul was several years older than him, and…

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    Create the Best Bread Pudding Recipe – New Orleans Style!

    My grandmother had the Best Bread Pudding Recipe without a doubt. It is still one of my favorite desserts. Imagine my surprise on my first trip to New Orleans to discover all Bread Pudding is NOT alike! There are actually several variations of this dessert. My grandmother’s version is a variation of a traditional dessert popular in British Cuisine. It is called bread and butter pudding and is often confused with bread pudding. Cubed bread is placed in a pan and then covered with an egg mixture to make a custard. After it is baked, the bread rises to the top to form a “crust” like topping. It tastes similar…

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    Hornets Sting Back in Nba Basketball

    The star of the evening for the Hornets was David West who scored a total of 40 points for his team of which 15 points he scored in the final quarter alone.  Los Angeles lost to New Orleans 105-116.  The defensive game played by the Hornets towards the end proved to be the turning point of the game in their favor.  NBA basketball results can be quite unpredictable! The Lakers maintained a lead through most of the game with 92-89 in the fourth quarter but luck seemed to run out for Los Angeled when they were only able to score 5 of 21, as well as a shocking 3 of…

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    New Orleans Hornets Tickets – a Blast From the Past Buccaneers Style!

    The game against the Charlotte Bobcats surely seemed to be a make or break game. There were definitely a lot at stake for both the teams. The Hornets though were playing this game right in front of their home crowd. Vociferous and partisan – These were two words that described the crowd for that game. It must be said that they were all in anticipation for a cracking NBA game, which they hoped their team would win. But when the players started walking out on to the court, they were taken for a surprise indeed. They could see the players walking out in costumes that the New Orleans Buccaneers used…

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