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As the lone guy, Aaron Genre comes on towards the end for an absolutely lovely scene with one of the women. No spoilers as to who it is, but she does her finest work of the evening in it. With Playmakers so exqui-. Making his New Orleans debut, Rainbow looked natty in a sparkly black tuxedo jacket and sang along. Taking questions from the audience for about 10 minutes during the hour-long program, Rainbow proved to be an engaging, down-to-earth presence. I think in show tunes.
And when a show is as entertaining as this, such little things can be easily overlooked. It may be hard to top the performance art spectacle know as Southern Decadence, but the following productions should be up to the task. It may not be decadent but Silence! The Musical sure sounds like a.
This award-winning musical parodies the Oscar-winning film The Silence of the Lambs and has a book by Hunter [title of show] Bell. Should be interesting. This new theatrical work was created by a team of student performers and New Orleans artists including Tulane professors Darci Fulcher and Jenny Mercein, and members of local theater company Goat in the Road Productions, Shannon Flaherty and Chris Kaminstein.
Tickets are free, but must be reserved at www. Please send press releases and notices of your upcoming shows to Brian Sands at bsnola2 hotmail. Rare documents and manuscripts are available in microform and in the original. The major research fields are co-. The collections reflect aspects of the history and culture of the Gulf South, Louisiana, and New Orleans.
The reading room at the Williams Research Center is open from am to pm, Tuesday through Saturday, excluding holidays. Access to the research center begins with an interview with reading room staff and the consultation of online catalogues. The city has many charms—and its cuisine ranks high among them. Creole is the main style in the city, a mix of French and Spanish cuisine. New Orleans is a majority black area and Soul food offers you a taste of that proud cultural tradition.. A common question: is all local food spicy? Your best bet is to ask. Different chefs season different ways.
The same dish can be mild in one place, and spicier down the street. Ask your server. Here are ten things you can try for a true taste of New Orleans: Gumbo This stew-like soup has been traced back to West Africa. Cajun versions have a deeper, dark roux and are usually spicier. Jambalaya Ostensibly a rice dish cooked with what locals call the trinity—onions, bell peppers, and celery.
Meat or seafood is often included, but this can vary. Chicken and sausage are common, yet so is shrimp. There are two major schools of jambalaya cookery. The Cajun version is brown and spicier ; the Creole version. Sympathetic restaurateurs fed the starving laborers with fries on New Orleans French bread topped with beef gravy. Today, the fillings vary, but the bread is a constant.
Perhaps the most famous contemporary versions are roast beef with warm brown gravy, fried shrimp, or even gator sausage usually cut with pork because alligator meat is quite lean. Fried Chicken This dish is well known throughout the South, and there are many outstanding versions here. Lots of locals swear by the versions found in area Soul food restaurants, but this dish can be irresistible most anywhere if fried fresh and served piping hot.
Good fried chicken should have a crisp crust that crackles, and be moist and well seasoned inside look for buttermilk or brined versions. While fried chicken is sometimes served in gourmet restaurants, most locals swear by a national fast food version that got its start here. The result is often rich, unctuous, and savory.
Like most Cajun food, every chef has her or his own recipe. Some might add tomatoes. Most versions are mild. Looking for boiled crawfish? That season is over save for frozen. Charbroiled Oysters A relatively new addition to the culinary landscape, bi-valves are doused in a garlicky, herbed, and cheesy olive oil-based dressing.
Then, they are broiled or grilled over an open flame in the shell until the oyster is cooked. Purists might prefer raw oysters, or the classic Oysters Rockefeller. Charbroiled oysters have taken New Orleans by storm, however, and are well. They are cooked in the shell and easy to peel, albeit messy. These are also served with bread to help you soak up the seasoning. Once in awhile, you may find a variation on this, less peppery but loaded with Italian herbs and white wine.
Both versions are good, if different. Red Beans and Rice A working class staple, beans are simmered all day till creamy and soft. Most, but not all, versions are made with ham or sausage. Vegetarian versions have gained popularity and can be found. Available every day in restaurants, this was once home food usually prepared on Monday, the traditional washday. Red beans can cook unattended, freeing the domestic goddess to clean and what not.
Beignets These little pillows of fried dough goodness topped with too darn much powdered sugar have reached the zenith of iconic status. Tear the sweet dough apart to smell the steam emanating from within. Looking for a snack for later, or a souvenir? Beignets are ethereal when fresh, but a dud once cold. Instead, buy sugary pralines from most any shop downtown. We prefer warm bread pudding, but the occasional cold one can be refreshing too. Contrary to popular belief, very few versions include raisins.
Since the Louisiana ATC darkroom crackdowns at the Phoenix and Rawhide this past year, several groups have founded new sex-positive spaces while also taking the opportunity to reinvent some aspects of the darkroom experience. In the center of this is Ross Ransom. I approach things with more caution now. This just happened so easily. One or two people took the. These problems could happen to any of our spaces. Did you ever get a sense that these crackdowns were inevitable? Did you ever think that era would come to an end?
So it was only a matter of time before all these spaces came under scrutiny. So you attribute one of the underlying causes of the crackdowns to gentrification and increased moral vigilance? I think that was the fear though and some people were say-. What had happened, happened within the community for very, very specific reasons. Are you referring to the reported instance of two women who were denied entry into the Rawhide? That was the catalyst. Educational events of the leather community are typically all-inclusive.
Do you think that gay men in New Orleans are generally open to the idea of inviting women and fe-. What would you say these pop up sex parties, like Hit It, offer the community that darkrooms inside. We started this party before the ATC issue happened and the goal of the party was never to take away from the Phoenix or any other bars. It was supposed to be something completely different. It was supposed to be a little more queer. Are there any spaces or groups hosting events or parties directly in response to the lack of dark rooms? The dark room crackdowns brought in fresh ideas. They have a men-only party called Sircuit and they have a mixed party called Pourquoi and the space is also available for rentals.
Have all these changes affected your personal sex life? I see myself trying to be more conscious about networking better with sexual partners and looking for other outlets and also just getting more excited about these kinds of parties that happen from time to time. As an attendee to some of these parties myself, it struck me how ready and willing people are to push their limits and try new things sexually. It all seems to be happening safely but I am just curious if mental health has come up as an issue at all?
Then you have people who judge you or ignore you or are mean to you. You get to encounter people in real life and actually flirt. Just to be around more people. I like that these parties are continuing the tradition started by darkroom bars which is that they are both social and sexual.
It goes both ways: you can meet someone in the dark room and then get to know them or you can find someone out in the social area and you can have sex or not. So you mentioned earlier that you are very fond of the Phoenix. I have talked to Clint about it a little bit. Like I said from the beginning, it was never our intention to try to take away from the Phoenix and I still love it. I think the question is really are we taking away from them? Is the Phoenix going back to what it was? When is this coming back? Will it come back? And Eric, who works at the Phoenix, told me that they were targeted before in the 90s and the ACLU sued the city or the state—whichever governing body it was and the Phoenix prevailed.
The Phoenix does have to be a little creative and things evolve. They do as they can. A lot of us are willing to do what we need to do to help them maintain status as a leather bar with a darkroom. Schmidt, author and editor of various books on popular 20th-century American singers. Little Girl Blue, his widely acclaimed biography of Karen Carpenter, was published in His new book, Carpenters: An Illustrated Discography pp. JM: Randy, I love the new book. As a huge Carpenters fan, I kept wanting to jump in on the discussion, and the pictures are absolutely gorgeous.
How did you get the idea, and how did you pick the contributors? RS: Ever since Little Girl Blue came out in , there has been a new wave of interest, partly spurred by that book. This new book. To select the commentators, I contacted people who have spoken about the Carpenters in the past, or musicians who have credited the Carpenters or Karen Carpenter as an inspiration. A lot of them are professional musicians and journalists.
And also the producers of the tribute album, If I Were a Carpenter, among many others. She was the girl who played drums, hung around with the guys, and talked like a jazzer. Before that, she was playing baseball in the streets with the neighborhood kids, and just not doing the traditional girl things, especially for little girls in the s and s. They wanted her to be singing and standing out front in the pretty dresses. For me, as a kid, there were so many expectations to have interests that the other boys had, whether they were mine or not.
So I think than many of us who might be considered different or outsider feel a connection with her. Richard knew Karen was of the world, and for the world; the figure of sacrifice to stardom. Each protected the very structures most wounding to themselves. For Richard that was the Carpenters, the band, the brand, and its superstar named Karen. I really do feel that the Carpenter family, with maybe the exception of her father, never really got on board with supporting and encouraging Karen as an individual. From early on, Richard was already showing promise in music, and everything was swirling around him and what they all believed he would become.
So it was hard for them to imagine what would happen if she went solo, and what that might mean for Richard and his career. JM: And being denied the chance to release her solo album was certainly a blow for her. It was eventually released in , 13 years after. Most of the clubgoers were born between and , but when this song comes on, the crowd on the dancefloor goes wild.
She was having fun, and we have fun. Speaking of which, are there any heterosexuals who actually own that? RS: Ha! JM: Do you have a personal favorite Carpenters album? I also really love one that was not even intended to be an album, Lovelines. I love everything about it. I think it has the power and intensity of Rainy Days and Mondays or Superstar. Each of the albums has a track or two that I think is underrated, going back to their first album, Offering. Eve is a standout from that. And I think Someday had such intensity. I also love Crescent Noon. JM: There was a certain wild pow-.
And then she definitely went through a softer period with A Kind of Hush and Passage. I think her voice changed with that too. It got softer, and maybe a little less her as the years went on. She held back. But in the early days, there were no inhibitions whatsoever. In the years following her death, Karen became almost more famous for her illness than for her talent. RS: I think we do read into it because of what we now know to be true of her life.
Her parents raised her on s soft rock, and it comes out in a very organic way with her. JM: Great recommendation. Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me, Randy, and congrats on the new book! RS: Thank you. Pose, which recently concluded its second season and has already been signed on for a third, is immensely popular with the millennial generation.
The series has something for everyone. If you are a young gay, black or. Latino queer, the interest is obvious. Pose has been a slam-dunk favorite for both fans and TV critics alike. But for all of the glitz, glamour, drama, Tea and shade, thrown in celebration of this. A nation with a booming economy, capitalistic excess, and a political blind eye towards an oncoming plague. And because of that Realness, Pose can easily be considered the most important show on television. Pose gives us an unflinching look at how people who were pushed to the side managed to carve a space for themselves and celebrate the uniqueness for which they were previously faulted.
Television has never shown the underground trans or queer ball world before, certainly not in the humane and tender way that Pose does. For the first time in broadcast history, a series depicts realistic love stories centered around gay, black, Latin and transgendered individuals in a genuine, heart-felt and positive light, and in prime time. That Pose is able to do so, in such a big budget and cinematically sweeping way is not only a testament to how far society has come in the acceptance of the LGBTQ community but also to how pioneering this television series really is.
What better way to convincingly portray the struggles of the Ball culture and trans community, than to have trans writers and authentic Ballroom consultants on hand, to help create this world for television? Pose has done just that with series co-writer Janet Mock. Pose, however, goes beyond having trans writers or Ballroom royalty day players. Pose employs the largest number of trans actors appearing. In addition to being stellar entertainment, it also becomes a way for us to examine the present by taking a rather uncomfortable but necessary look at the past.
Those too young to remember or those born after the AIDS crisis are painfully ignorant of an important part of queer history. They call the show groundbreaking but the only ground I see breaking is at the cem-. People are dropping like flies. I mitment to telling a story set in truth. No one dies that thentic as possible. Aspects of the Ball quickly. If they did, someone would culture and vogueing have been used have done someby Madonna, Bething. Pose employs the larg- ture explain that it was been given their est number of trans actors due, outside of the true, people DID die that quickly appearing regularly and in documentary Parand no one did is is Burning.
H i r i n g The atrocities trans-actors and series in television history. And the devastating the AIDS epidemic was to mummified body and modelling plot our community. All of from the real life stories of Dorian Cothe men who would probably be our rey and Tracey Africa Norman. Insisting on portraying our queer history as honestly as possible has garnered the series some of its highest accolades.
Pose offers audiences of all ages and sexual orientations a poignant, yet entertaining look at the truth. The truth about what makes a family and the truth about AIDS. With Season Three in the works, I have no doubt that Pose will continue to be a game changer as it finds more ways to bring characters we can love and relate to, into the light, with dignity, respect and honor. My first DWI. According to the West. Foot on the clutch. Car in gear. Aptimore misadventures, her extensive parently, given the amount of alcohol collection of erotic audiobooks, and in my system, I should have been dead what exactly is the most difficult limb but I woke up and was functioning.
I to paint. Barb: Without a doubt. The list goes on. I loaded up my dog unique in lemons. We all have them. Barb: I have no clue. I was a drunkIs the idea of a domestic goden train wreck throughout my adolesdess outdated? I quit drinking when I was I Barb: My house needs to be in orremember anything after that!
It can How much of your kitchen rebe a beautiful lated fiascos do I loaded up my dog and came thing, right? When a house, got married, had a baby, Barb: Most I drank, it was likely all of them! I was young and caught on fire. I loved Tell me about these dirty audiobars and clubbing in Baltimore and DC. I read a ridiculous I grew up in Annapolis, MD. My amount. All dirty. My parents I had the largest dirty book collection were together.
We lived in a nice neighin the Florida Keys. Then I discovered borhood. My dad worked for Pepsi and the Amazon Kindle and could immedimy mom was a waitress. Dinner was ately have the next in the series. I love on the table every night. Vacation was instant gratification. I listened to the once a year. Everyone always hung audiobooks while I was working on my out at my house because it was easy to art at night or between guest houses sneak out.
My first year of high school, during the day. I liked it. Key West around Hated the movie though. WTF was up. How much power does the concierge network wield? Barb: When I was a concierge many years ago, a local company owner came in. He was rude as shit. This was before concierge desks were run by certain companies. I picked his book up off the desk and told him that if he spoke to guests the way he had just spoken to me, he would never see a dime from that hotel. I dropped his shit in the trash.
Who talks to people like that? How idle were you when you launched Whimsy Key West? In February, I made my art public and went into it feeling that if people liked it, I will sell it. I do during the day. Do you paint your creations onto mannequins because you secretly feel alone and want the company?
Barb: [Laughs] No. I need to balance it with quiet at home. I started painting the mannequins after I got one at a yard sale.
I wanted to see if I could paint it after driving it around in my car for a week because that was too fun not to do. Mannequins were easy to work on because I could work on one piece at a time. An arm here. A leg there. What body part is the most difficult to paint? Barb: Hands! Lots of cracks and crevices. The funnest are bent mannequins.
Friends would walk in and see a lady with her ass in the air on my couch. My home is an interesting place! Kevin Assam is an average writer and hilarious interviewer originally from the Caribbean. He can be best described as a forty year old imaginative mind trapped in a pint sized twenty something year old body.
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During Decadence we nearly double the size of the store. Extended hours all weekend long from 1 p. Thursday through Monday. Night Two of our world-famous Block Party. We will shut down the bar for guests on Sunday, September 1, from 4 p. Atlas Grant returns, accompanied by Alex Tikas and Nicklause. Guests enjoy well cocktails and domestic beer, and the sexiest men. See you at the most popular party of Southern Decadence! The entire bar shuts down for this exclusive event. See more details at the bottom left. She got out the UNO deck and started dealing.
Plans cancelled. Come Monday, no rain, and my parents were up at 5am for reasons I cannot explain. They took my dog on an early walk to the Mississippi riverfront and nobody fell in, and I was relieved. I wanted them to get a taste of the Big Easy — this mystic city now home to their queer son — without slipping into a misadventure, which might crack their worldview or cause a mental organ-rejection. It seemed safe to presume that all they could handle of New Orleans was a simulated experience, a la the Disneyfied theme-park ride and not the amoral toboggan run down the smegma of Bourbon Street.
This being Monday, however, virtually all of the museums in the Quarter were closed, and so, to give my mom the occasional break from walking, we started dipping off into various bars, where she loosened up on Bloody Marys. Fun and convivial conversation ensued, as they do, and we transitioned to various gay bars, where my mother upgraded to wine.
Time blurred, and I sort of took my hands off the wheel of the situation, and we ended up in front of the Mos Eisley cantina of the gayborhood, Crossing. As soon as we entered said establishment, a genuine French Quarter scene confronted my parents. A twenty-something hustler in a white-ribbed undershirt, his face a bruised red grapefruit, his nostrils stuffed up with Kleenex, his arms and shoulders scuffed up like sun-spent leather, casually sipped on a High Life while spitting blood into a nearby cup.
Whoever or whatever roughed him up had wanted to do some damage. And did. I think he was concerned but uncertain how to help the kid—perhaps, also, unused to having a real experience on vacation. We got waters and rose to leave, and I exhaled, thinking maybe we got through this interlude. It was a confluence of French Quarter eccentrics. We ap-. Prince is diminutive in stature, but he offsets his size with street swagger. He ashed a cigarette philosophically as Lost Boy took him through the events of the prior night. Evidently, Prince had known Lost Boy for some time.
Prince, in the minds of many of his former cadre, had achieved the Dream and succeeded in a form of personal. Whereas Prince loved and was loved in the castle of the Dirty Uncle, they were still pieces of ass with a price tag. So Prince had escaped an economic cul-de-sac of sweaty bills and old sack and emerged as the Yoda of his group, the one to whom the Derelicts came for advice and counsel. The proof was in his life, and so they sought him, so the Lost Boy sought him, with sob stories and bloody faces.
I must admit that, as a writer who gets caught up in scenes, when I saw the dynamic of Prince listening thoughtfully to the Lost Boy outside of Crossing, I forgot my parents were there with me. The scene was so tender, I wanted to break down weeping. But Dirty Uncle, ever affable, began to. Up close, the young man looked even worse. The other guy is fine. Both of my parents shook hands with the Prince of the Derelicts, and then Dirty Uncle swept us down the street to salvage the tour. I thought we were in the clear.
I started laughing. All was lost today. As Dirty Uncle walked back to the corner to make sure Prince, his lover, would be ok, I was shocked to hear my parents laughing beside me—at first nervously, and then fully. This was better than Disney. The Very Rev. When I was a child I would lie in the grass and observe the clouds. On occasion, as I got older, I would look up at clouds. Today, I glance at clouds with a weathered eye and not just for the simple joy of finding animals, clowns, faces, or witches.
They come after the plane just so and then with time and distance they drift and after even greater time begin to break up and slowly fade away. Time, like contrails, slips and moves and lays an imprint in heaven. Time is precious and to be cherished. We cannot covet time because it is not ours to own.
That is what coveting time looks like. There once was a French priest who advised a nun through letters. His name was Jean Pierre de Caussade, S. He fashioned a body of work and ideas that called upon his postulant, the nun, to remain focused on the present moment as a moment of grace, that even in washing the dishes or mopping the floors her creator was present. So, what is the point of these musings? The point is that the present moment is a gift.
We live in it and are always ahead of it or behind it. We anticipate almost every breath and therefore in some way are always just a bit ahead of ourselves. Surrendering to that moment is precious because the truth is that we cannot know what lies ahead. We do not know when our life or the life of another may perish in this world. So life is a gift. What will you and I do with our lives?
What are we doing in this present moment? You, of course, are reading Ambush. I hope that you are taking in the depth and breadth of this paper and enjoying the breadth of a community. The broad sweeps found in photos recounting gathering after gathering as social events.
From Texas to Georgia,. The lesson to be learned in all of this is that we humans are precious, our lives are precious, and therefore our time is precious. The question is what are we doing with ourselves and those around us? If we approach each new day as a gift; if we approach every moment, good and bad, as time given as a gift; if we understand everyone as at least having the possibility of human dignity and godly purpose, then perhaps time, like that contrail might follow us as we soar!
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