The access allowed regular people from New Orleans to get out to the lake and resorts popped up for them.Hotels, dancing halls, in the 1890s the streetcar company even had an amusement park out here with a Ferris wheel, acrobats and everything you'd expect." Still standing in West End Park is the remnants of a once popular fountain.Louis Armstrong Park, located in the historic Tremé neighborhood, has played a major role in Crescent City history.During the early 1800s in New Orleans, enslaved and free African-Americans were allowed only to dance and perform music publically on Sundays.A junior at BYU, Katie Wishart has had a few years of experience with BYU's dating scene, something that prompted her to write this hilarious song about BYU dating stereotypes. Chris Cook of The Historic New Orleans Collection says, "This was to the New Basin Canal, which opened in 1838.It was a shipping canal that ran from here on the West End to about where the Superdome is today.
Irvin Mayfield says it shook up the jazz world - and for good reason.” — an ingenious adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing” reset in mid-’60s Liverpool.Now the bickering lovers are fashion designer Beatrice and the John Lennon-ish Ben, whose wildly popular combo is modeled after the Fab Four. Of course you want to see the great Lois Smith in anything, and she’s typically wondrous and heartbreaking in “Marjorie Prime.” But this new play — a 2015 Pulitzer finalist — is overly well-behaved, overly smooth. He complained that the paper had invaded his privacy zone by splashing across its front page an aerial photo of his Spanish colonial mansion, all 8,000 square feet of it.“That bothered me, ’cause it’s my home,” he said, offering up tuna-tartare hors d’oeuvres and pouring generously from an uncorked wine bottle.(In collaboration with a friend, Armstrong has his own boutique label.) In Austin, the eco-capital of Texas, residents tend to favor native plants and wildflowers to the sculpted lawns of the Palm Springs variety. Thanks to a quote of billie joes I've stopped all the people trying 2 rule me :-) F*ck em all, you are your own sight. another great song I, too, particularly enjoy the lyrics.