Aye, mates…in 2018 it’ll be 300 years that New Orleans has been on the map – and 10 years since the official start o’ NOLA Pyrate Week! Of course, we have many folks in tricorn hats (and perhaps a couple in bicorns) to thank for the fabulous city we love to call home – most o’ them Pyra…er…Privateers! … read on, mate!
Our mate, Capt. Wendy Wilson Billiot has a powerful new post on her site, Bayou Woman ~ Life in the Louisiana Wetlands; about Wetlands loss, restoration and the people and culture it affects. It features a great short film produced by the good folks at Bayou Grace, called Bayou Water Runs In Our Veins.… read on, mate!
The third annual NOLA Pyrate Week (2011) was another successful & productive adventure – thank ye to all who attended, participated & supported us! Before it even officially started, we sponsored the first annual New Orleans Book Festival at the Audubon Zoo and brought two good mates with us to promote their books along with the many other fine local authors…it was also Earth Fest at the Zoo and a perfect day for weather!… read on, mate!
NOLA Pyrate Week is proud to both sponsor & participate in the New Orleans Book Festival inside the amazing Audubon Zoo on Saturday, March 19 from 10am – 5pm. The Book Festival is bringing together authors, educators, readers (and potential readers) in one of the world’s most beautiful Zoos for a day to enjoy everything that reading can bring to ye!… read on, mate!
New Orleans Saints NFC Champions! [important color=”purple” title=”Who Dat”]This is New Orleans – a city founded by Buccaneers, Soldiers & River Rogues, we are descendants of many nations, we eat Alligators, breathe Hurricanes and drink the Mississippi; and we can outlast, outrun and outshout anyone on the planet!… read on, mate!