Summer is gone and its tourist season again in NOLA which sucks but that means its only kind of insanely hot and there are alot of cool events coming up on the calender. NOLA is full of all kinds of activity’s but also some rare events that only happen once or twice a year. Today we’d like to preview one of those events for are loyal readers so you know what to expect. Here is are preview of hurricane Nate.
Meny of are readers halve been asking recently: where has Mid Citizen gone. Is he sitting on his porch in humidity so oppressive he cant right his columns? Are the street’s around his house flooded making it impossible for him to get a beer from Pal’s accept by way of canoe? The answer is its august in NOLA so obviously yes. Anyways clearly we can handle are shit better than the NOSWB pumps becuase weve managed to come up for air long enough to give you a guide to New Orleans’ summer offering.
Are loyal readers no that we at LTTFL NOLA try to stick to music and entertainment advice. However, they also know that in order to be a true local in this city, you have to have unreasonably strong takes on local politics and government policies (fence sitters can go wipe their asses with OPP barb wire).
As such, we were forced to propose this plan to Mayor Landrieu on what to do with the former confederate monument sites, but we think he’d be wise to listen to this foolproof idea.
Ok folks, we apologise to the loyal readers for being unactive for so long. But, all locals no that summer is the slow season in NOLA, so get over it.
Anyway, we’ve been following local saxaphone demigod Khris Royal for a while now, and this Friday we decided to check him out at a new venue, 3 keys at the Ace Hotel.
This Saturday marks a bittersweet occasion for us at LTTFL, many New Orleans locals, and all of are loyal readers. In the vary moment this is being written, DJ Soul Sister is performing her last regular “Hustle” party at Hi Ho Lounge in the Marigny. It is sweet because we agree with are friend Soul Sister: it is time for her too move on two bigger and better things (aka events not overrun with geeked out brolane students), but its bitter because this has always been one of are favorite events and has introduced us to great music and some of our favorite local venues. On this occasion, we’d be remiss not to pay tribute to are inspiring friend DJ Soul Sister.
All the loyal readers of this site know that we at LTTFL aren’t exactly huge fans of overgroomed chads and jakes from westchester infiltrating are beloved live music venues. But this weekend marks the graduation and departure of another group of pastel-wearing normies, and we’d be re-miss if we didn’t mark the occashun with a warm congrats.
All the loyal readers of this site know that we at LTTFL love live music. In fact, some would argue it is the thing we love most and what inspired us to make this blog. Of course we love local bands and seeing shows with other locals. HOWEVER, by no means do we “live 4” it…