This final article for Riffing on the Tradition took me three weeks to complete. At our last NolaVie editorial meeting, I confessed being ready for a change, but it’s been difficult to figure out how to end this. [...]
Opinions from New Orleans locals.
This poem written by Folwell Dunbar, a New Orleans educator, is reposted from The Lens. I’ve been to Peru and old Pompeii, Along the Inca Trail and the Appian Way, Up slippery slopes and down treacherous ravines, [...]
Musician Evan Christopher examines teaching as another facet of leadership for the music community, and looks closely at the service-driven model set by Artist Corps New Orleans.
This past Saturday, while doing some chores around the house, I opened my utility closet to get the broom. And found it wrapped in a very healthy, happy ... and growing ... vine of ivy. Now, while I [...]
Oh, NOLA. How you have tested my love for you this week. Our beloved Saints have been caught behaving most un-Saintly. (Really, guys, thanks for putting a bounty on extreme violence. In this city. Such role models.) My wonderful [...]
Last February, when we had a houseguest in from Minnesota and a winter that was a little colder, I hated for her to see New Orleans at its ugliest -- brown grass, bare trees except for raggedy looking [...]