In this short film, Pableaux Johnson celebrates the New Orleans we knew before Katrina and looks ahead to the future of the city.
Get yourself to your local bookstore and pick up a copy of Please Forward: How Blogging Reconnected New Orleans after Katrina, edited by Cynthia Joyce.
Joe York film Above the Line recaps the story of rebuilding Willie Mae’s Scotch House in post-Katrina New Orleans.
Listen to a conversation between New Orleans’s beloved ‘Yakamein Lady’ and writer/photographer L. Kasimu Harris from our 2015 summer symposium.
The restaurant that served my personal comfort food—schnitzel, spätzle, and blaukraut—closed 20 years before I moved to New Orleans.
You might think we have a little obsession with oysters here at SFA World Headquarters. You might be correct.
For me, the greatest of all Bourbon Street drinks is one of the least known: the Shark Attack.
Every Monday night, Pableaux Johnson shares a traditional New Orleans supper of red beans and rice with friends around his grandmother’s table.
Your power may mysteriously go out during every thunderstorm and a cavern-sized sinkhole might just materialize on your street one day, but you can rest assured that—come hell or high water—Monday night red beans will be cooked right on schedule.