Posts Tagged: new orleans

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“A Storm Called Katrina” Uses the Picture Book Format to Document a Boy and His Family’s Escape From the New Orleans Disaster

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ The paintings are the real strength of the 2011 Picture book A Storm Called Katrina by Myron Uhlberg and illustrated by Colin Bootman. A

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

“Zane and the Hurricane” Imagines One Boy’s Perspective on Living Through Hurricane Katrina

*Each week in the month of August I'll feature one children's book about Hurricane Katrina.* ~Rebuild~Remember~ Tackling  a historical, national event is a daunting task for any author. Make it an event from recent history and the difficulty increases. Now

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,

American Crime Story Season 2: Hurricane Katrina – Will You Watch?

Having just finished watching Season 1 of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, I find myself anxious to see what’s next in this gripping series. Ryan Murphy has merged his dark sensibilities, in-depth character development, well-paced storytelling techniques,

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

UNCLE SUSAN Slaps New Orleans 

On a quick spin through New Orleans last week I came across dozens of slaps, sketches, and drawings by an artist with the moniker: UNCLE SUSAN. (I was only able to stop to photograph a few, which I’ll share here). 

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

Paint, Chalk and Stickers on New Orleans Streets – November 2016

All photos are untouched and unfiltered – just sharing what was seen on a couple of streets, over a couple of days in New Orleans, LA in November of 2016.    

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016. 

A Few Lil’ Painted Bits From New Orleans 

All shot on iPhone- zero edits or filters. All around New Orleans from June 23-25, 2016. 

Free & Fabulous, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a New Orleans Must

Having lived in New Orleans for several years and now returning back many times each year, people often ask me for tips about the city. The truth about New Orleans, as is true with many other great cities, is that

Free & Fabulous, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is a New Orleans Must

Having lived in New Orleans for several years and now returning back many times each year, people often ask me for tips about the city. The truth about New Orleans, as is true with many other great cities, is that