Avast Ye Scurrilous Seadogs!

Elegant and excellent was that Pyrate’s answer to the great Macedonian Alexander, who had taken him; the King asking him how he durst molest the seas so, he replied with a free spirit: “How darest thou molest the whole earth? But because I do it only with a little ship, I am called Brigand: thou doing it with a great navy art called Emperor.” (St.… read on, mate!

Fair Winds & Following Seas…

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!

Thank Ye…

A quick THANK YE to all who joined our merry crew for the Merchants Market – and a special thank ye to our mate Cheryl of Audubon for graciously hosting us at the Aquarium! Despite some rather heavy winds on Saturday, everyone had a good (if somewhat tiring) weekend and we all made new connections & new mates!… read on, mate!

There Will Be Rum!

About a week ago we received a very nice invitation from Carla at Mojito’s Rum Bar & Grill – a place that features at least two of our favourite things (Rum & anything Grilled). Located at the pointy end o’ The Marigny Triangle (Esplanade Ave.… read on, mate!

Whiskey Bay Rovers

We are pleased to present, The Whiskey Bay Rovers – musical lads sailin’ in from Lafayette, Louisiana – to entertain ye with sea chanteys, pub tunes and other amusements! The lads will be performing acoustic sets throughout the weekend at the Merchants Market. Join their Facebook Pageread on, mate!

Audubon Aquarium Pyrate Market!

Avast mates! Come visit the annual Merchants Market: Sat. Mar. 26 (10am-5pm) & Sun Mar. 27 (10am – 4:30pm) We have the distinct pleasure of being located at the ENTRANCE to… The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas! On the Mississippi, in front of the Aquarium, at the base of Canal St.… read on, mate!