June 23, 2006
Admission is only $2!!
Sample local foods, like marinated crab claws, boudin balls, gumbo,
soft shell crab poboys, fried catfish, crawfish, shrimp, and boiled crabs.
Eleven bands will entertain during the two day festival.
It's easy to find. Take I-12 to exit 74, proceed toward 190(a right coming from Covington, a left coming from Mississippi). Take a right on 190 and follow the crowd (about 2 miles).
For more info, click here
If it's too hot for you outside, stay home and watch TV.
See if you can find this program:
a "Starz InBlack Original Production"
New Orleans musicians were forced from the city to live in exile.
A great documentary featuring Kermit Ruffins, Eddie Bo, Irma Thomas, Dr. John and more.
for more info, check out their website
Or surf the internet. Here are a few good links to start with
World Class New Orleans
A site dedicated "to the resurrection of New Orleans, Louisiana. Our rich culture, care for one another, and roll-up-our-sleeves tenacity will lead New Orleans into a new golden era. "...everyone who knows New Orleans loves it because it is the most down-to-earth, real place in the country. There is no poser action in this city. It is the real deal--what you see is what you get."
We're still recovering from Katrina and we still know how to laugh every once in a while!
Laissez les bontemps roullez.