A Guide to Climbing, Experiencing & Cherishing the Waterslide Climb to the top and teeter on the edge. Then, go down. Cherish this. Or, is this too simple? When we get to the top of our metaphorical waterslides, we realize a few things: First, it is much higher than we ever imagined, panic sets in, and […]
Tina Fey -do your thing and don’t care if they like it.
A STUDIO IN THE WOODS PRESENTS: Microscopic Sirens by Pippin Frisbie-Calder NEW ORLEANS, La – A Studio In The Woods (ASITW), an artists’ retreat in Lower Coast Algiers and a program of Tulane University, welcomes Pippin Frisbie-Calder as an artist in residence presenting Microscopic Sirens. Tigermen Den, 3113 Royal Street Opening Reception May 9th 6:00-9:00pm […]
I covered the ceilings of my mind so when my friends look up, they will see something like an old bank building tile with a red fan. Then I wanted to be sure and keep everyone grounded so I spray painted this on the […]
December 2014’s curator is Steve Spehar. Steve lives in the complicated wonderland that is downtown New Orleans, and at various disparate moments has been known to call himself a photographer, actor, writer, director and musician. Sometimes other people have acknowledged and even participated in that social construct, and Steve finds that gratifying. Steve enjoys the concept of […]
For some reason Thanksgiving in New Orleans tends to center around the Fairgrounds Racetrack. All morning, folks dressed in costume, moth-eaten jackets and crushed big hats, suspenders, and wacky headpieces wander through my neighborhood, from backyard brunch to buffets, clutching large mimosas or Bloody Marys. They filter through the neighborhood in singles, pairs, and groups, […]