Caught the documentary on HBO by Spike Lee. It was excellent and it just broke my heart. And, well this is not the forum to get into politics.
There was some shots of the French Quarter, but it was when they showed scenes of Mardi Gras that I felt there is a strong resiliency to the people and it will rise again.
While it is the food that is a major part of this city, it was the scenes of musicians that brought it all home to me. No other city in this country sounds like they do…
if that link doesn’t work try this one i’m a little lame when it comes to cut and paste
damn pressed the wrong button before i could put the link in well here it is and excuse my stupidity
couldn’t decide where to put this but i think as we close in on the anniversay of hurricane katrina that we would all do well to be reminded that the people and the resturants of new orleans still need our help. so hopefully this link works, if not go to today’s new york times food section, read it then think about making a trip down to new orleans for some good food and to help out some decent people.
Eat in New Orleans
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