Tricentennial & Tricorns

Tricentennial & Tricorns

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…

Pyrates Wanted…To Be Shot

Pyrates Wanted…To Be Shot

Aye, ye read right…our mates at NCIS: New Orleans are looking for a few Pyrates – to be shot (on camera) for an upcoming episode! Pull out yer finest (?) attire, fill in the form below, upload ONE good photo and we’ll forward it directly to the folks in charge!  We are currently accepting submissions…

New Mates & Old

New Mates & Old

Our annual gathering at Pirates Alley Café was – as always – a grand time had by all. Thais, Tony & the Crew at Pirates Alley put out a great spread o’ food, drink & service! There were those mates who join & support  us every year, local crews, numerous ‘civilians’, and a few wonderful…

Art On The Levee

Art On The Levee

Never let it be said that Pyrates don’t appreciate culture – fact is, we brought much of it here to begin with! The Folk Art Zone & Blues Museum in Old Algiers (operated by local folk artist Charles Gillam) will be open and offering tours on Family Pyrate Day from Noon – 3pm. It’s about…

Walking – No Planks

Walking – No Planks

First, more news for Family Pyrate Day – Food & Other Goodies: Kona Ice, Cocoa & Cream Catering, Confetti Kids will be serving Red Beans & Rice, Hotdogs, baked treats & Kid friendly drinks! Be sure to explore the neighborhood and definitely visit our mates up the block at the historic Cita Dennis Hubbell Library (725 Pelican Avenue)…word has it, they’re hosting…