17 Burst results for "Preservation Hall"

"preservation hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The New Yorker talks about her new investigative piece on Ginny Thomas a vocal right-wing activist and the wife of justice clarence Thomas and whether her work with interest groups threatened Supreme Court impartiality That's coming up this morning at ten right here on listener supported WNYC Right now here's John schaefer with today's gig alert Sex player and clarinetist Charlie Gabriel has waited a long time to release his first album as a solo recording artist this summer he'll put out that album called 89 Because yeah he's 89 Charlie Gabriel has played with Charles mingus Ella Fitzgerald Tony Bennett he's been part of the preservation hall jazz band in New Orleans His first single from the record is this version of the old standard I'm confessing and it features some silky clarinet playing as well as Gabriel's slightly weathered but still lyrical croon I'm confessing that I love you Tell me you love me too Charlie Gabriel doing I'm confessing that song is part of our weekly music roundup You can see the whole thing new sounds dot org Strange thing But to lift it and we're confessing this morning we love having you listening to us here on morning.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

"Talking about goes deep, all the way back to when to French colonies thrive just 1000 miles away from each other New Orleans and sent IMing What we now call Haiti. As we've said those connections are alive in the DNI, A of New Orleans on the surface to other than the architecture, er and the food and the music and other than that, it's pretty subtle. That's win Butler. He's the front man of the rock band arcade Fire. He lives in New Orleans with his Haitian Canadian wife regime. Chesson. Win and regime said a big reason they settled in New Orleans was to dig deeper into the cultural life. The place shares with Haiti know that looks the same same way of cooking and same Mardi Grass. Same like religious underpinnings, like Kathy Catholicism mixed with kind of African religion and would do and It's kind of like there's a kind of tourist version of it. And then But then it's actually just in this society is well, I mean, you kind of particular this time a year this whole month leading up to Mardi Gras. You just hear it in the streets. You here tonight. Time you hear the language? You hear that? Marty grainy in singing You hear you. It's kind of all around you spiritual connection regime and wind became fast friends with Ben from Preservation Hall. Through their mutual love of music and culture. They decided to travel together to Haiti. Wind says it was Ben's first time there and remember when we first got to the central plateau, there was a brass band that kind of played press when we got there. It sounds like if you got in a time machine and went to New Orleans pre swing like pre jazz, New Orleans and It's it's pretty powerful. The architecture's the food and the people reminded Ben of home when we walked out of the plane in.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Preservation Hall is creative director Ben Jaffe joins us to talk about it. Interestingly, we were developing this prior to co bid. And we decided to put our Energy and time into developing this as a online curriculum that could be taught really anywhere in the world. We wanted to create something. That wasn't instead of classroom but was a part of a classroom experience. And that was the philosophy that we brought to it in a full ensemble. What does the clarinet do? You want to play arpeggios? These arpeggios. And any student can in turn can turn this lesson plan on and we'll find it interesting and engaging and there will be something there for them whether or not they are, you know a musician or studying music. It's Zoe want. We wanted to make sure that throughout the lesson plan that that was a thread throughout the lesson plan that we were speaking to everyone, Let's walk with a little bit through the clearing that technique, and I know you have sousaphone. I know you have piano, but in particular just because I was listening to some of that, So you have these slides and then you have videos that students can watch to hear what they should be playing right? What we're gonna do. We're gonna have the clarinet. And I am gonna accompany them also playing arpeggios and maybe a little harmony. Okay? Uh, if you're not from New Orleans. Ah, lot of these instruments are not, you know, commonly played or or even seeing, you know, you know, outside of New Orleans. This sousaphone tuba is not a popular instrument. You don't see them walking down the street like you do in New Orleans every day been let me actually jump in and just ask you because I know that part of this lesson plan that I'm looking at, also teaches the students about the African roots of New Orleans jazz, which is the thing that I'm not sure that everybody knows nationwide, you know for me. It's impossible. To acknowledge or speak of, or understand, or appreciate New Orleans and particularly New Orleans jazz or the history of jazz. If the source of that you you can't begin in New Orleans, you have to go back to the source. And the source of New Orleans. Jazz is Africa. The source of New Orleans. Jazz is African rhythms. It is the there's something communal and jazz. That's very African. There's something something in the melody. Something in there in the The way that music interacts and performs a function in New Orleans music is is functional. In the sense we use music. When I say Willie, I particularly mean the African American communities. Jazz communities of New Orleans, where music is used to celebrate life. It's used to celebrate death. Hence we have these funeral processions in New Orleans, where Where where music is uses as a way for us to to communal to have a sort of communal morning, a communal cry and then also a way for us to community celebrate and honor. The deceased, so all of them and when I say African, I do specifically mean the communities in Africa, the regions in Africa. Where where people were Put into bondage and sold into slavery and brought to the new world. You know you can. You can take someone from their home, but you can never take the home from that person's soul. E don't specifically mean that jazz what we all know, and here is jazz started in Africa. But the roots and the elements of jazz, the spirituals, the technical, the rhythmic, the melodic, these roots, Thies air, all African and here in New Orleans, they gave us jazz. And it deals with something that is can be painful and her fault and it is something that should be honored. I know that. Well, let's just say Mardi Gras is gonna look a lot different this year amid the pandemic, So just talk to me a little bit about what you're thinking is gonna happen this year..

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Marty brought us is more than a physical expression. I mean, we love we love being in the streets. I mean for us, Mardi Gras is being together and parading and celebrating together and making music. It's also very sacred time to the year here, and that's something that again I've thought about this quite a bit. These these sacred traditions, these drumming traditions, these musical traditions. They they exist inside of the community. So even though we're we won't have a physical Mardi Gras this year that we had, you know, for centuries with the parades and the Mardi Gras, Indians and The dancers and the bands and the streets and people celebrating. We're gonna It's the energy of it. The presence of it is always with us and Wei will be celebrating. It'll just be for us this year. You know, we'll be celebrating for awesome. Some ways that's the most important expression is just knowing that that the things that we love about New Orleans of things, the things we love about Mardi Gras, the things we talked about Music community. They're still here, way have to continue to love and appreciate it more than ever, and and find ways to celebrate them and find ways to support them. That's preservation Hall is creative director Ben Jaffe. Raised in the company of New Orleans Greatest musicians. He.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"From West Palm Beach to Orlando's airport is on track to be completed in 2022. I'm AL inspector with a week left in the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, the tropics continue to be active forecasters. They're watching a broad area of low pressure a few 100 miles northeast of the central Bahamas. Strong upper level winds are expected to limit additional development of the system before the low merges with a cold front with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. The clock is ticking alive and we're coming back on. The countdown is on one will be safe and Biden summer. I can't even call it by this American. What is undoubtedly the most important election in history Embrace the insanity news radio 6 10 W. Y o D. I heard radios celebrates this season with the I. Heart Radio Holiday Special one night to get you in the holiday spirit with exclusive performances from Carrie Underwood. They don't Josh Groban on more and check out the extended version on Haifa. Radios, YouTube and envy are in venues on Oculus Quest featuring an exclusive performance from the Preservation Hall Jazz band. Listen, Live on my Heart Radio Thanksgiving Me tomorrow night at seven. Children's Cancer Research Fund. We believe a world without childhood cancer is possible, but it takes all of us and whether it's developing a groundbreaking treatment or helping a girl realize your dream. Everyone has a role in the child's cancer journey just as researcher Brandon Moriarity about his latest breakthrough, a genetic biomarkers treatment. Children's Cancer Research Fund is a great organization. They provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress. We were able to start a clinical trial that's led by Emily Greengard. The hope.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

24:51 min | 2 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

"She to your food so so so to diving to scratched since the from after two France this to and soon I'm quite sure that the music from Thom Yorke and Neil Francis KCRW's morning becomes eclectic he this is au ji is pre owned Hey some of you have well a nice long said the music to start up the ten o'clock here our hearing KCRW keep your head up that is the preservation hall jazz band the original found on the soundtrack to the documentary that came out last year called a two bit Cuba which has a really wonderful film about the preservation hall jazz band going to Cuba and bringing instruments and collaborating with musicians in Cuba and your Frances excuse me doctor John was just ahead of that the social revolution and that is from an album appropriately titled for these days though it's an older album called lockdown you'll Frances with changes part one we also hear her time York said I am a very rude person from his album anima James like no this is brand new from James Blake it's called your two precious and sweats and Clank along with right along with a new song called all is one and later in case your W. it is our mission critical fundraiser and if you can help us out slash gift if you can do for those who can't we'd love to hear from me this morning and I thank you to everybody who's been able to donate so far support comes from the Carita arts center a project of the immaculate heart community announcing Karena one oh one ongoing arts education initiative rooted in the teachings of late artist and educator Carita can't read a one a one features a range of complementary videos worksheets and activities suitable for all ages bring your creative spirit at home with Karina one oh one learn more at Caridad dot org slash programs hi it's Jennifer ferro KCRW's president staying home is weird meal.

"preservation hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah I said to her I said the campus last night as soon as picking a match she was listening to go through the cliff she's like what are you doing over there and I sent picking that as I said it I said I should be given that teacher to Christy right and finally my last one poly in this is along the veins of your for twenty seventy nine it Jack Clark's willing to cut his walk off single yeah was not the greatest game in giants history but it was the night you went with your dad yes and mom and my dad died in July of twenty fourteen and March twenty fourteen was last good birthday and I gave him tickets to see the preservation hall jazz band at Sweetwater music hall mill valley now we was not good my dad's parties it was really bad it was really dark and it was really hard to get him from the car to the add to that little tiny packed concert hall right now I want to shout out Aaron Casey the GM a Sweetwater met me at the back door it started chucking people aside like violently throwing people out of the way hi dad and he's keen could make it to the seat that Erin had saved for him in the back of the room and Bob weir came onstage poly incredibly somebody on YouTube it has a minute of Bob plan I go I go with reservation listen to this right here give us it tell me what you think you're there.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Structure to celebrate celebrate the kind of world of carnival and pay tribute to all these normalization traditions and then also have all the money like all the all the profits from the celebration support like real on the ground work in Worland seven eighty so I mean that's sort of like that's sort of day in specified from the word go that's for the inspiration and yeah I mean that's that's kind of what we've been looking to build and your crew pretty much funds to foundations right the preservation hall and that how do I say it coffee coffee cups yeah Khan come here yes hi my friend just terrible yeah he needs to stand up and they would work in the central plateau with I mean just some of the like there's levels of need and the people that were working with an RO eighty are he now has a tremendous amount of of work is being done right now so it's it's that's that's kind of the best possible thing for me that was arcade fire's will Butler and been Jaffe of preservation hall as the nation celebrates Harriet Tubman this black history month we thought we'd take a look at some of her little known talents not only was she a fearless warrior who brought many out of slavery some of the skills she needed to do that came from her knowledge as a naturalist Angela Crenshaw assistant manager a park ranger at the here yet Tubman Underground Railroad state park in visitor center tells us to have been used birth calls to help communicate as she let freedom seekers through forest and fields yes are we know that she is the call of an al to alert refugees and her freedom seekers if it was okay or not okay to come out of hiding and continue their journey do you know which I'll we're talking about here yes it would be the part that or as it's sometimes called al one.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Or so expect three dry later this afternoon high over fifty six right now we have forty six in Pikesville and forty seven in Towson and time to check your fake news stories one of which is not to identify the fake store you'll be the winner for we got some great prizes today we have a four hundred tickets to see professional boxing abortion casino next Wednesday at a four pack of tickets to see the preservation hall jazz band Friday the day after thanksgiving the mire off and you also qualify for that great grand prize package we have as well are contested today Kevin in hunt valley good morning Kevin good morning would you like to go first second or last hi good luck to you hear all your stories Sir story one fans of the British rock band Coldplay won't get to see them play in person for the new album out this week they announced yesterday they're not going to tour because of environmental concerns of it not being carbon neutral so they are they will fly to concerts they won't us no 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our top us that those small little dishes you serve a Spanish restaurant a list of top last stoplight sections everything's on maroon batch thank you for a budget was terrible well apparently you know check to see the evidence their side our guests and actually I agree I'm gonna go for for number two I think that yeah that's just crazy enough that it could be true but I guess it's a fake store number three or number two number two number two two four two seven shucks my hero cities also hello hello Gail from my years ago I thought he was a red skin no Frank was a gale number but George was a red you love yeah we were the guys that came down the hill with giraffes on me but that's another story okay I got frankly I'm keeping track here Frank was a gale and Chuck was a Nancy is that correct tackle that apple Avenue the guy I was a big **** Ethel Avenue yes probably one okay good up well everybody going for number two today story number one Coldplay won't toward because it's not carbon neutral yeah that is a one hundred percent true story story of number two woman fighting load this charges after her step children actually saw her topless that is one hundred percent true no kidding story number three Hitler's birth place being turned into a Jewish museum that is our fake news or that a star can order whatever actually makes sense with our hands on right so but it's still shocking on the loss could have a quick traffic up the yes Sir if you're traveling in Dundalk there's an overturned vehicle cove road at the ramp from the beltway cove road and the beltway thank you will get another update for you know about four minutes or so right here with traffic and weather on the threes it is seven forty nine of minutes now before the hour of eight o'clock so again this impeachment nonsense it's just a it really is amazing that now looks like there is going to be a real if you believe what polls he said earlier we play the sound by the evidence is clear he abused his power of his office they probably already have the articles drawn out why have these hearings they decide ahead of time she decided she wants all the transcript of the phone call that he would that he was guilty member he betrayed the old of his office and blah blah blah so sure they already pre judges present they already decided he was going to be impeached prior him taking always trying to be sworn in yeah so this is just more of the same and and hopefully that the voters are smarter than American people are smarter than they are and will sniff this one out and will make them pay develop it would seem so I mean all the poll they could bring his daily polls are coming out of course you're going to average it out over time but they were routinely say the Democrats have failed to make their case and that is a gentle way of saying it a lot of folks who were there polls say that this this smells political but political from day one nobody really has a problem with the idea of let's have an impeachment hearing if there's actual crimes that have been committed what the object to is helpful Michael this is and how unfair the process has been my with the fifth Democrat debate tonight worst rating so far of any final decisions for us yeah it was like they were they were crippled by having to face you're coming on TV after one thirty seven hours of testimony just amazing some fifteen you're listening to the morning drive with Casey and Nelly dean is a stand up guy and their their financial support you just never know what lies around the corner and that's something I worry most about you know insurance you know you got a little motto I didn't have two months to wait that was the biggest part of my decision with the house being settled on ethos for good reason the writing process for he's also so much different in a watch for the world I was looking at my decision really easy well you can relax my wife and I are very.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WBAI

"Small but so but which they live the no yeah where mia the some games in the so the December came knowing the give me some yeah the composed by Charlie Gabriel and Ben Jaffe that's preservation hall jazz band with yellow moon can Yeltsin undercurrents would get me out of Hollywood Boz Scaggs in front of that with those lies and at least let grow with going back where I belong.

"preservation hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on KCRW

"Yes today. Shelter. Yes today. Today. Yesterday. Yesterday. Show. Yes today. The case. Today. takeaway from WNYC NPR. I that's today at noon on KCRW. Sponsors include AG presents teaching the rice boy sleeps tour with Yang and Alex summers and the wordless music orchestra on October fifteenth tickets on sale Friday at ten AM at AXS dot com. Maybe she. Back. An excerpt here from rice boy sleeps this the project from the of cigarettes and Alex summers. It's always been a personal favourite, but you know, not really song based so not something we played a lot on the radio. I'll often use it for music beds. But it's a beautiful record very atmospheric layered so out of nowhere. They've announced a tour and will come to L A in October tickets on sale tomorrow Friday for the rice boy sleeps tour. this year's festival featuring preservation hall, jazz band, fruit, bats, Krong been Damian Gerardo, Laura veers, Sudan archives and much more. We have festival passes to give away right now. You gotta get up there on your own. We can't we not flying of they're not driving you to Happy Valley. So if you have transportation, if you have accommodation, then we've got your passes right now for the pick a Thon this festival is legendary because my understanding is it's just mixture kind of in the woods. So.

"preservation hall" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans is known for those hurricanes, and I hadn't been in Pat O'Brien's and probably twenty five years, but we had tickets for the jazz at preservation hall, which is just next door and needed to kill a little time. It's like well. Okay. Why not because a courtyard? There is gorgeous it out pretty it was too. So I saw a lot of hurricanes being consumed. I actually went for myself. I bet you could make one of those up at your place to of course, we have we have a full bar pretty talented bartenders as well. Good. Okay. Well, so Cottonwood kitchen is a full service restaurant from lunch. Do you go through straight through to dinner? Yes, we go through that straight through dinner. We open at eleven thirty for lunch. Sunday through Thursday, the kitchen closes at ten. However, you can get a late night bite until one thirty in the morning. Wow. And then Friday and Saturday the kitchen is opening until eleven and again, you can get a late night by until one thirty on Friday and okay in the late night bite part of what I saw as a bar menu. Yes. And what are the kinds of items that people can get on that? It's. Pretty simple the bar menu. Is basically all of the appetizers from the restaurant menu. And so currently we have a couple of different flat breads pizzas. Esque. Yes, exactly we make our own dough in house. A lot of our items are scratch items. We've got a jumbo chilled poached shrimp. Cocktail served with in house made cocktail sauce and horseradish. We've got a. Pretty infamous. It's become infamous dish called the meat candy. Yeah. I have to ask about that. I saw that online. When I was doing my research on avenue here. Tell us about meat candy. We're going to surprise you with one this this afternoon. I have to have that. So our meat candy is pork belly. And it is dusted with Spanish spices and seasonings. It's deep fried almost two crackling. She is. Then we glaze it with new Mexican, Honey. We serve it over a candied. Squash butternut squash. It's pure eight to a smooth texture. And then we top it with a hickama in apple slot. And it's absolutely delicious. Oh that sounds so good. And you've got that healthy Slaw element. Yes. We also put a little dab kale. Kind of a wilted kale to give it some height. So all of those impacts. This afternoon. Another great dish that we have that selling pretty well is our artichoke and kale dip the four cheese artichoke dip, and then we've got some Christine ER toes points. If you will with dusted red chili, okay? And then you see it's topped with the top two top that makes me very happy all those flavors together. Yeah. Artichoke dip one of my go-to. Yeah. It's it's absolutely delicious. I'm limiting myself to one a week versus one a day from one only I opened. So we've got a great cheese mixture, and they're including a smoke. Gouda an age cheddar cream cheese. And then we do a green olive top a nod and the saltiness from the green olives with the creamy cheese is a really really nice texture combination. And then you have a crunchy walnuts in there as well. Okay. To try that too. Oh my goodness. And there's just a really pretty salad with the apples and walnuts and blue cheese. And I don't know is that staying on the menu because I know that has roasted squash. That's gonna come off of the male will make a return in the fall, we're replacing that with a seafood Cobb salad. Oh, again, jumbo shrimp and lump crab meat. A little lighter fare. It's got some blue cheese. Crumble bacon. Bacon. Apple with smoked fresh bacon. English cucumber a champagne vinegar efforts to keep a light. So we're just gearing up for the warmer time of the year. Okay. Well, you have oh things on the menu right now like roasted chicken. Ribs, and fish and chips and all those things stay in the fish and chips will stay, but it'll be a different variation. We're gonna do a Chilean sea bass instead of a deep fried headache. We'll do a Chilean sea bass, and we'll serve that with a creamy parmesan polenta. And we'll do a. Maybe some type of Spanish Theresa sausage to kind of bring in some local flavor. To that. And so again, a lighter fish prepared in a lighter fashion, but also bring in some of the local culture as well. So with the polenta, Theresa sausage and speaking of local culture too. I mean, I know you have a lot of New Mexico. You know of favorites on here of nachos. And Sola enchiladas and things will those vary. A little bit in their style from season to season. Yes. You know, I think I'll get a lot of flack if I take our our our chicken enchiladas off of the menu. So I'm not gonna do that. But I am going to add a seafood enchilada, which will in cooperate some lobster meat lump crab meat shrimp pieces, and we are doing in house green salsa Verde if you will with tomatillo. With two little sour cream wilted are blistered corn. So we we want to also again bring some of the local flavor, but also expose people to some of you know, some of the other cultures throughout the United States will good. Okay. Oh, let's see. We're gonna talk about some more things on the menu. And also some of the special events that are happening around the Cottonwood kitchen in just a minute. We're talking to divert Jones and were conversing about the Cottonwood kitchen, which is the restaurant at the two suitca casino. This is the new casino that is by the opera and opened back in November. And I'm looking forward to getting out there and checking things out, I'm not a big slots person. But you know, I'm a big food person. That's all I need an excuse to come on out as well. You know, I'm glad you said something about that Cheryl because I look at it from the food and beverage aspect of we are we're not a restaurant. That's in a casino. We are a restaurant that has a casino. Okay. That's what I gear for good. Well, we'll talk a little bit more about that. In our next section two. You're listening to heating it up. This is Cheryl.

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"preservation hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:07 min | 3 years ago

"preservation hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He is the author of city of a million dreams a history of New Orleans at year three hundred east joined us by phone on our program. There's so many different areas to potentially go in this discussion. One of the things that New Orleans is very famous for as well that we haven't mentioned thus far mardi gras carnival or mardi gras. How important is that in the history of New Orleans? It's of of pivotal importance because it began as a kind of cluster of celebrations in the well, really. Going back into the Spanish era, colonial era in the late even the French era in in in the eighteenth century, but by by eighteen seventy two it it became a way in which the city could market itself and announced that it had gotten past the bloody civil war. And here was a vacation place for the rest of the country to come to. When you have a king Rex every year going through the streets on a float it it promotes an other worldly fantasy. Well, as it became an engine of the economy drawing in millions of tourists over the years. It's now multibillion dollar enterprise. At the same time. It allowed for a constellation of identity. Pageants whereby not just the wealthy elite. In in the costumes of kings, and queens, but middle-class people from working neighborhoods or African Americans who carried their own cultural memory and used carnival as a stage. I mean, the best example probably are the black Indians of mardi gras. They're also call mardi gras Indians. And they date back to the eighteen eighties as a symbolic drama of resistance. These are the descendants literally of the dancers in Congo square of the early enslaved Africans and adopting the persona and the costume of the native American they perform the resistance dramas. The the outfits now with the many splendor feathers and sequins and beat it patches that you find are fast being recognized as. Hi, examples of folk art several of these costumes now, hang in museums. And so across the society carnival is a way for people to sort of interpret their lives. You can bet your back pay that Roger Goodell will soon be on a carnival float memorialize is the guy who stole the Super Bowl. I did we we we move on. And when you talk about an examination of this book. I mean, it's so character driven one of the questions that naturally comes to mind is. How tough was it deciding who to profile and preps was the tougher situation who not to. Well, let me compliment show on the question. I haven't been asked that yet and it cuts to the marrow. It was very hard to decide who not to include. I when I should add to write the book I wanted. I wanted a historical narrative that did not rely on politics and economics as a way of explaining the city. I I wanted to capture this baroque, multisided popular culture that puts forth the image of the city and to do that. I had to include, you know, politics. I had to include some of the economic dynamics, but I was much more concerned. And in each chapter has two or three people who hold a mirror to the the way in which the city was in its daily life at a given moment. I mean, it would have been easy to do an entire chapter on moon Landrieu who was one of the greatest mayors mitch's father in the nineteen seventies. Or for that matter Chep Morrison who was a glamorous mayor when I was growing up in the nineteen sixties and yet in the long run of history did not fare very well because he didn't do anything to stand against the worst of the segregation forces. So I took a different approach, and that was to find people and develop them in three dimensional texture being scrupulous about the facts. I mean, you know, not inventing dialogue or anything like that. For example, sister Gertrude Morgan was a folk artist whose work now hangs in museums. And if you were lucky enough to find it on the market and her picture sell for substantial figures, she began painting in the nineteen fifties. She thought of herself she was a mystic. She believed that she was a bride of Christ. And God the father and that I compare her to Saint Catherine of Sienna and William Blake the visionary poet. She goes into the city and catches the eye in the late fifties of Larry Bornstein. Here's a wildly colorful art dealer by his own admission. He was arrested three times in Mexico for trying to steal antiquities and ferret them out of the country had to pay bribes to, you know, get out, and he sees her work and likes it and starts reps. This is the ultimate odd. Couple. And. As her work matures. She is inspired by the book of revelation the battle between heaven and hell and the idea of the neutral Roussel is this place where we all go. These soaring images of choirs kind of waving like wheat and the wind. Her work is beautiful. And she's right there at preservation hall when Bornstein it takes his art gallery and opens it up for jazz and soon Alan Jaffe became, you know, born she's partner later took over the hall and these two guys are almost like Jewish uncles. These benevolent figures to this woman who's old enough to be their mother, and they're taking care of her. They're making sure that, you know, her house is, okay. And she is painting up the storm at a time when the freedom riders are coming through and gay bars are starting to. To stop in the payment of bribes to the cops and the costuming of gay mardi gras starting to sprout its wings. It's a whole period of revolutionary ferment that really kind of captures the theme of the book of culture pushing against a repressive legal system in in in due course, segregation fell in fact, one of the reasons it fell was because one reason David Brinkley did an NBC news piece on preservation hall. And here's Allan Jaffe, playing the tuba with a black band against the law and the city government, such as it was realized how can how can we sustain something? What do we do? Do we go punish the guy who was on NBC TV? Well, of course, they didn't. And in time the city changed and Gertrude Morgan was right in the middle of all of that almost like the spirit figure from the past. So I found her much more compelling than the elected officials. Of that time. You had worked with. Mayor MICH Landrieu on his book in the shadow of statues. What was that experience like? Well, it was quite informative and quite pleasant. I had known Mitch for quite a long time. We were we were not close friends. I liked him. I used to see a church now. And again, and we had never actually had a meal together. He called me up one day. And Well, I I did an op Ed piece defending his stance on the statues, and he called me and thanked me and invited me. Down to gal your hall to see the speech. He gave which I went to having no idea. It would be these speech, you know, put him on the map nationally now. I guess I don't know maybe four or five months later, he called me out of the blue one morning and asked if I'd be willing to collaborate help him on on a book he had gotten a contract to do. And I I agree. We came to terms and he would come to my house at five fifteen five thirty in the afternoon driving himself. No city driver. I mean, he was so scrupulous about not doing work on city tied. And but this time he was getting hammered by a lot of these conservatives who were furious about the statues coming down, and I thought he'd put the city on the right side of history. Fortunately, I had done a great deal of reading to that point about the loss cause and I took a brief cul de sac from my own work to help him finish his book. It is his book all the way, I should say he had written a fair portion of it before he came to me. I obviously helped him, you know, with editing and polishing, and and we did long interviews, and then, you know, fuse them together into the narrative, but the you know, the two things that strike me about him. Oh, I is courage and doing something that he knew would lose support among many whites in the state had he never taken the statues down. He would have sailed out of office as the great rebuilder and could have run for the Senate or governor. I think right now among whites in this conservative state. He would have trouble doing that. But the other thing that was so striking to me was his his true concern about youth homicide. He absolutely could not abide by the all of the killings going on not just in the city, but across the country, and he put in place certain programs, try to divert use on the jagged edge. So that they would not be drawn into drugs or guns. That's a hard road. Ho, and you don't find many other big city mayors who make an issue of that as he did. So. I think history will be quite kind to him. I have no idea if he's going to run for governor. I'm not part of his inner circle, we you know, we have occasionally mails things like that. But if he were to run, I think he'd be a formidable candidate Ed Randall is long talking baseball after nine o'clock update. This morning sports edge fellows are eight o'clock update. We are in a discussion with Jason berry on for as the author of city of a million dreams history of do Orleans at ear three hundred more with Jason as we continue here on the fan. Hockey fans. Wouldn't it be great to just put on a t shirt and shorts? No coat hat.

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