Ok, so Rays On The Ave is my favorite spot to eat out right now, for the reasons I outlined in the last blog entry – it’s delicious, good portions, affordable, and black-owned in an area that is being quickly gentrified. If these are my criteria for the perfect place to eat in New Orleans,…Details
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Lately I’ve been lost in the darkness a little bit. Some of it is my own stuff, which always gets more difficult when the weather gets colder, but a lot of it is connected to the social and cultural shifts happening so rapidly in this city that I love. Air-Bnbs got legalized in New Orleans,…Details
My friend and I went to Cajun Seafood today. We ran into someone he sort of knew, and she was trying to meet her friend there for a lunch date. She recently moved here and didn’t know there’s a million places named Cajun Seafood in New Orleans, so she told her friend “meet me…Details
Basically, the Bywater sucks now. I moved here five years ago and it was almost a total suck-fest then too, but the transformation is completed. Every house is worth at least half a million dollars, and you can’t tell whether people aren’t saying Hi to you because they’re rich snobs or because they’re too busy…Details