September 12, 2014 · 9:38 am
I’m no poet, but I felt inspired to express my feelings about the Saints and what it means to be a fan – in rhyme.
For Catholics, feel free to substitute the first 2 lines with, “I was born Catholic/(Though an angel, I ain’t)”
Who Dat Game Day Poem
I wasn’t born Catholic
An angel I ain’t,
But come Sunday morning
I pray for my Saints. Continue reading →
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January 15, 2013 · 11:26 am
I must confess that I didn’t get out as much in 2012 because Hollywood South is booming and I worked a lot. Even so, here are my 2012 favorites in a nutshell followed by my Favorite Things in NOLA 2011 and Favorite Things in NOLA 2010. Anything named previously in my Favorite Things in NOLA 2011 is marked with an Asterix*.
I have divided the list into categories this year including: Food & Beverage, Music & Entertainment, Culture, Shopping and Giving & More. Continue reading →
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