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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)
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 Paul Barbarin simply refused to answer the year of his birth in an interview at Tulane’s Jazz Archives.
From the late 1910s on, Barbarin divided his time between Chicago, New York City and New Orleans, and touring with such bands as those of Joe “King” Oliver, Luis Russell, Louis Armstrong, and Henry Red Allen. From the 1950s on he usually led his own band. He, along with Louis Cottrell, Jr. founded and led the second incarnation of the Onward Brass Band from 1960 to 1969.
Barbarin was an accomplished and knowledgeable musician, a member of ASCAP, and the composer of a number of pop tunes and Dixieland standards, including Come Back Sweet Papa, Don’t Forget To Mess Around (When You’re Doing The Charleston), Bourbon Street Parade, and (Paul Barbarin’s) Second Line.
Paul Barbarin died on February 17, 1969 while playing a New Orleans Mardi Gras parade.
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“Lonely Girl On Bourbon Street”
From the album “Mazarati”
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JW Marriott Hotel New Orleans Celebrates Football Season with Big Easy SAINTSational Package
New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) November 23, 2007
JW Marriott Hotel New Orleans scores a touchdown as they offer football fanatics a chance to tackle the city with the Big Easy SAINTSational package. Geared to pigskin lovers, this New Orleans getaway will arm travelers with the tailgating essentials perfect for reveling in all the New Orleans Saints action including a welcome sports amenity, game-day snack pack, breakfast and more.
The Big Easy SAINTSational package is available now until December 23, 2007 with rates starting at $ 179 per night, based on double occupancy.
The Big Easy SAINTSational New Orleans vacation package serves up the following:
Game-day snack pack which includes: three bottles of New Orleans brewed Abita Amber Beer, three bottles of Abita spring water and a snack
Welcome sports logoed cooler
Breakfast for two
Deluxe guest room accommodations
The famous Marriott Hotel on Canal Street in New Orleans is centrally located and only a short distance from the New Orleans Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints. Additionally, the hotel is within walking distance to many of the Crescent City’s most iconic sights, the famed French Quarter, Canal and Bourbon Streets, the casinos, extraordinary cuisine, jazz venues, nightlife and much more.
The following is a list of the final three New Orleans Saints’ home game dates:
December 2 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
December 16 vs. Arizona Cardinals
December 23 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Experience the Big Easy in all of its glory and tackle the famous football city with the SAINTSational New Orleans hotel package from the sidelines of JW Marriott Hotel New Orleans.
About JW Marriott Hotel New Orleans
Discover the acclaimed downtown New Orleans hotel blending distinct class with old world charm, at JW Marriott New Orleans luxury Hotel. Positioned along the historically celebrated Canal Street in the center of the central business district, this recently renovated New Orleans, LA Hotel is seconds from legendary entertainment and renowned attractions, such as the famed French Quarter, Convention Center, and Aquarium of the Americas. Guests experience unsurpassed accommodations, savvy service, and an abundance of lavish amenities at this exclusive New Orleans, Louisiana hotel with 19,000 square feet of modern meeting and event space. The exquisite Grand Ballroom highlighted by crystal chandeliers and French doors distinguishes this New Orleans Canal Street hotel boasting the perfect venue for inspired social or business events. Recapture the essence of the city and delight in luxury in an intimate setting at the JW Marriott Luxury Hotel in New Orleans. For more information or to make a reservation call 504-525-6500 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/msyjw-jw-marriott-hotel-new-orleans/.
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In the new film Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans, Nicolas Cage plays a rogue detective who is also devoted to his work as he is to score drugs – while playing fast and loose with the law. He carries his badge as he often wields his weapon to achieve his ends. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, he becomes a fanatical level of functioning that is a very intuitive, fearless detective who reigns over the magnificent ruins of New Orleans with authority and abandon. To complicate his tumultuous life is the prostitute he loves (played by Eva Mendes). Together, they descend into their own world with desire, constraint, and consciousness. The result is a singular masterpiece of cinema: as sad and humorous maniac.
CFI Releases Provocative new documentary on Hurricane Katrina, “Unmasking New Orleans”
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 22, 2006
On the eve of the anniversary of a year what is the worst natural disaster in U.S. history, the provocative documentary The Unmasking the new New Orleans, produced by Final Call Incorporated (CFI) was issued on broadcasting.
The struggle continues for survivors of Hurricane Katrina swept away in the public mind as soon as flood waters swept away lives and properties when the levees breached. Is there any truth to the many reports of rapes and murders? Who will tell the story of the heroic deeds of young men and women portrayed as senseless looters by the mainstream media? It is important to get the truth.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has commissioned a team from The Final Call newspaper travel to New Orleans and the film documentary about the conditions and concerns that face our people since Hurricane Katrina, which the world must not be allowed to ignore, as we near the one-year anniversary of what is the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
included in the documentary are insightful perspectives from New Orleans city councilor Oliver Thomas, author Michael Eric Dyson, community activist “Mama D ‘and residents nameless and faceless whose stories were not told in this way before.
images includes a visual tour of the Lower Ninth Ward with a conversation between Minister Farrakhan and the residents of New Orleans.
To view a trailer for ‘The unveiling of New Orleans go to http://www.finalcall.com/katrina.
Interviews and perspectives are available on request.
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A Saturday Night in New Orleans on Bourbon Street
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I understand the locals normally say N’orlins – Stress on the Nor.
I was just curious if there was an original French way in which Orleans may have been pronounced. Currently I say New Orlins – stress on the Or, but when I was young I would say New Orleens – stress on the leens.
Only Hollywood and tourists call the city N”Awlins.
The original name of the city was in French: Nouvelle Orleans. It is pronounced new vell ore lay on.
There are two "normal” pronunciations today:
New Or le ans (Orleans is 3 syllables)
New Or leans (Orleans is 2 syllables)
The issue is somewhat confused by the fact the City of New Orleans is also (same boundaries) Orleans Parish (parish = county). Everyone says Or leans Parish (Orleans with 2 syllables).
Reporter Tim Estiloz visited New Orleans in this 1997 story about a group of homeless youth – dubbed by some in the city as “Gutterpunks”. Estiloz spent several days with this group of disaffected and indigent young people – many of whom willingly chose to live on the hard – sometimes dangerous, streets of “Pre-Katrina” New Orleans.
Most of these kids lived “day to day” begging for food and money. Some lived in deplorable conditions near the popular French Quarter… unimaginable in the years before Katrina. Estiloz gained the trust of many of these kids… who allowed Estiloz to follow them, interview them and show their difficult life on the streets – an existence that some city administrators and business people in New Orleans frown upon. This is a uniquely candid and sad window into a homeless youth underclass in New Orleans that existed well before Katrina… and also still exists today.
This story was written and produced by Tim Estiloz – who now reports on entertainment for CN8 – The Comcast Network.
See more of Tim’s videos on You Tube on his channel “FilmFanTV”… and be sure to subscribe.
Be sure to visit Tim’s website: www.TimEstiloz.com
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oil fire rig fire off the coast of New Orleans La Deepwater Horizon Video Courtesy U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic
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