John the Revelator

John the Revelator We streetcar’d down- town cruising our morning on Canal this was about the time of the Challenger blowing up on take-off we went into Woolworth’s for roasted nuts talking Challenger ache for true a hobo at the checkout summed it up for everyone throwing out his arms shouting ain’t that Challenger just... Continue Reading →


Sousaphonics Images of a musical nature show up in these drawings lately echoes of Treme lost in the dark sousaphonically ©R Young

Second Line for Fats

Antoine Dominique “Fats” Domino, Jr. February 26, 1928 – October 24, 2017. The heart and soul of New Orleans and its music. And he touched us. 

The year it was 1984 and old New Orleans put on its grandest party yet: The New Orleans World’s Fair. Oh, it was a scene it was and what... Continue Reading →

Aurora Borealis

Roar a roar for Norah, Norah Alice in the night, For she has seen Aurora Borealis burning bright. A furore for our Norah! And applaud auroras seen: O where throughout the summer has our Borealis been? —Walt Kelly Murphy is lost and does not know. He wakes up and simply does not know. Nothing looks... Continue Reading →

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