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  • Rowing Club on Bayou St. John
    / September 1, 20150 COMMENTS
    Rowing in New Orleans pre-dates the Civil War. Rowing in New Orleans was very active during the 1870‘s to about the 1920’s. The New Orleans Rowing Club will kick-off ...
  • Neighbor Remembers
    / August 28, 20150 COMMENTS
    CAROL ROBINSON GALLERY 840 Napoleon Avenue   New Orleans continues to show my KATRINA PHOTOGRPHY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ RESILIENCE 3 10th Anniversary of Katrina Friday, ...
  • Lafitte Greenway Almost Complete
    / July 9, 20150 COMMENTS
    The Department of Public Works construction contractor, Durr Heavy Construction, has completed placement of the asphalt portion of the Lafitte Greenway bicycle and ...
  • Neighbors Oppose Sale of Alcohol by Stallings Playground
    / June 25, 20150 COMMENTS
    On February 9, 2015,  Brian Kelly represented Mario Hizaj and Gentilly Food Mart at the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association meeting in an effort to obtain ...
  • Flag Day is June 14th
    / June 13, 20150 COMMENTS
    Flag Day in the United States People across the United States celebrate Flag Day on June 14 each year to honor the United States flag and to commemorate the flag’s ...
  • Cisterns: The Original Rain Barrel
    / June 13, 20150 COMMENTS
    Robert Thompson sent in this business card from one of 23 New Orleans business which made cisterns in 1909.  Robert writes, “The original rain barrel! A few ...
  • Lhote Lumber Company
    / April 15, 20150 COMMENTS
      courtesy Tulane University’s Architectural Archive In 1904, the Lhote Lumber Company significantly expanded its operations and built a new $500,000 ...
  • How to Make an Attractive City
    / March 7, 20150 COMMENTS
    We’ve grown good at making many things in the modern world – but strangely the art of making attractive cities has been lost. Here are some key ...
  • WHIV WORLDWIDE
    / March 6, 20150 COMMENTS
    You know that low power FM began in Faubourg St. John on December 1st, 2014. Now you can share the experience with your friends and relatives worldwide! WHIV-FM has ...
  • Zemurray Foundation Helps Children
    / February 22, 20150 COMMENTS
      Faubourg St. John neighbor Tommy Lewis explained the benefits of the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association’s quest to make Desmare Playground a ...
  • Lady Bug Ready to Roll Feb 28th
    / February 7, 20150 COMMENTS
    The new ride — a little higher and a little faster — was paid for with Federal Emergency Management Agency funds since Hurricane Katrina’s floodwaters damaged the ...
  • Manage Water to Prevent Flooding
    / December 9, 20140 COMMENTS
    The “Joy of Water” is modeled after the “Joy of Cooking” book. Check out the PDF of the pamphlet here. The purpose of “The Joy of ...
  • FM Radio Begins Broadcasting in Faubourg St. John
    / December 5, 20140 COMMENTS
    by Charlie London At the September 9th, 2014 meeting at the Fair Grounds, it was announced that a low power FM station will be located in Faubourg St. John at 1138 ...
  • Holt Cemetery
    / December 3, 20140 COMMENTS
    Originally a cemetery for the city’s indigent population, Holt Cemetery passed through several rounds of ownership before being established by Dr. Joseph Holt, a ...
  • A Tribute to Toussaint
    / December 3, 20140 COMMENTS
    photo by Tory Taylor. Faubourg St. John neighbor Kathy Sebastian writes, “For the last 2+ years I’ve been working with WLAE on this project. It was ...
  • The Ferina Family
    / December 2, 20140 COMMENTS
    Faubourg St. John neighbor, Robert Thompson sent in this great photo. Gaetano Ferina, Vincenza Campisi Ferina, Josephine Ferina Lama, and Jo-Ann Lama Gibbs Gaetano ...
  • 1st Annual Always for Pleasure Festival
    / November 15, 20140 COMMENTS
    by Charlie London The 1st Annual Always for Pleasure Festival The Fake Wedding Pt. III held on the Magnolia Bridge over Bayou St. John was the main event of the ...
  • Special Tour: 19th Century Mourning & Interment Customs
    / November 15, 20140 COMMENTS
    Special Tour: 19th Century Mourning & Interment Customs The Louisiana Landmarks Society and Save Our Cemeteries have partnered to present a special tour on ...
  • The Desmare Playground Project
    / November 13, 20140 COMMENTS
    RAISING FUNDS FOR DESMARE PLAYGROUND The people of Faubourg St. John are always thinking of the neighborhood’s open spaces. From the Bayou to the bridges to ...
  • FM for Better Sound
    / November 7, 20140 COMMENTS
    When I was a little kid, half a century ago, I distinctly remember the promo that played over and over on FM radio… “FM for better sound… FM for ...
  • Skateboarders are People too
    / November 6, 20140 COMMENTS
    The Mississippi Grind Street Course is installed and open! The construction fencing around the Mississippi Grind came down today, marking a giant step for ...
  • 2552 St. Philip to Get an Inn with Neighbors
    / November 4, 20140 COMMENTS
    Nearly everyone who spoke before the City Planning Commission this week about the proposal to convert the century-old New Orleans Police station at 2552 St. Philip ...
  • Bird’s Eye View of Lafitte Greenway Construction
    / October 30, 20140 COMMENTS
    UPTDATE: WWL-TV covered the Lafitte Greenway on December 9, 2014. December 3rd, 2014 update ...
  • Louisiana Steam Train Association
    / October 27, 20140 COMMENTS
    The photo was taken in Gretna, LA on October 4, 2014. Photo courtesy the Louisiana Steam Train Association. The Louisiana Steam Train Association is a non-profit ...
  • A Little Food History
    / October 26, 20140 COMMENTS
    New Orleans Food History By University of New Orleans History of many of the classic foods of New Orleans, especially its street & working class foods. Locations ...
  • Big History in Our Big Park
    / October 26, 20140 COMMENTS
    City Park By Kimberly Jochum, Amanda Knight, and University of New Orleans History Department This tour unveils the park’s history. Only a fraction of City ...
  • 200th Anniversary of the Battle for New Orleans
    / October 25, 20140 COMMENTS
    200th Anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans By Mary Ann Wegmann, Louisiana State Museum, and the University of New Orleans History Department; Associate Editor ...
  • Awesome Real Estate Deal
    / October 18, 20140 COMMENTS
    from Finding Florida by T.D. Allman. Spain was the owner of the vast Louisiana territory in 1800, but then the Spanish king traded it to Napoleon in exchange for a ...
  • Greenway Update
    / October 2, 20140 COMMENTS
    Placement of the asphalt portion of the Lafitte Greenway bicycle and pedestrian path is now 75% complete in Areas 2, 3, 4, and 5. The Department of Public Works ...
  • Louisiana Landmarks 50th Anniversary Gala
    / October 1, 20140 COMMENTS
    On July 21, 1964, following months of negotiating and scrambling by Louisiana Landmarks Society, the Pitot House was moved from a nearby site to its current location ...
  • New Marshland Created
    / September 18, 20140 COMMENTS
    The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation has recently completed construction on a wetland creation project at the mouth of Bayou St. John.  Over half an acre of marsh ...
  • Low Power FM in Faubourg St. John
    / September 10, 20140 COMMENTS
    by Charlie London At the September 9th meeting at the Fair Grounds, it was announced that a low power FM station will be located in Faubourg St. John at 1138 North ...
  • Tivoli Amusement Park
    / August 23, 20140 COMMENTS
    1850 lithograph by Xavier Magny Tivoli Garden, a commercial ‘pleasure garden’ along the Carondelet Canal pictured in the 1850s, was ‘thickly ...
  • Memorial Museum Has Notable Neighbor on Board
    / August 9, 20140 COMMENTS
    article by Charlie London | photos by Charlie London except as noted *** People with many interests live, not only longest, but happiest. ~George Matthew Allen *** ...
  • LOCAL FOODS LOCAL PLACES
    / June 17, 20140 COMMENTS
    Communities are invited to apply for assistance from Local Foods, Local Places, a new program supported by EPA, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the U.S. ...
  • CITY BREAKS GROUND ON LAFITTE GREENWAY
    / March 25, 20140 COMMENTS
    CITY BREAKS GROUND ON LAFITTE GREENWAY BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PATH 2.6 mile Linear Park Will Stretch from French Quarter to Mid-City NEW ORLEANS, LA – Today, Mayor ...
  • Senator Landrieu Banned from Russia
    / March 20, 20140 COMMENTS
    20 Mar. 14 Dear Friend- Earlier today, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin banned nine U.S. Officials from entry to Russia because of their efforts to promote ...
  • Greenway Construction Should Start Soon
    / February 25, 20140 COMMENTS
    CITY OF NEW ORLEANS SELECTS CONTRACTOR FOR CONSTRUCTION OF LAFITTE GREENWAY, SETS PUBLIC MEETING DATE The construction of the long-awaited Lafitte Greenway, overseen ...
  • Historic Preservation Excellence
    / November 30, 20130 COMMENTS
    Louisiana Landmarks Society Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation LLS announces the inaugural Louisiana Landmarks Society Awards for Excellence in Historic ...
  • RESTORE THE BAYOU CANOPY
    / October 31, 20130 COMMENTS
      http://tinyurl.com/TICKETS-FOR-TREES   The Bayou is Our Oyster | Hosted by MotherShip Foundation   Browse the gift certificates which will be ...
  • Abandoned Boats Litter Bayou
    / September 13, 20130 COMMENTS
    30288-remove-boats-2014sept04 September 27, 2013 UPDATE Unfortunately, yet another of the “floats” hides like a troll underneath the Desaix Avenue bridge ...
  • New Orleans Tomato Company
    / June 28, 20130 COMMENTS
    UPDATE: July 1, 2013 WGNO’s News with a Twist will do a segment on the New Orleans Tomato Company.
  • Celebrate Construction Completion
    / June 24, 20130 COMMENTS
    photo courtesy Bike Easy Posted on June 24, 2013 at 6:31 AM Updated today at 6:41 AM WWLTV.com | Email: webteam@wwltv.com | Twitter: @WWLTV NEW ORLEANS – ...
  • Headwashing Ceremony June 23rd
    / June 18, 20130 COMMENTS
    Sunday, June 23rd,2013 | 7 pm on the footbridge (Magnolia Bridge) over Bayou St John. Sallie Ann Glassman and La Source Ancienne Ounfo celebrate St. John’s Eve ...
  • Name that Famous Neighbor
    / June 7, 20130 COMMENTS
    (by Robert Thompson & Dean Burridge) Born in 1914 she lived modestly with her mother and step father at 2652 Lepage. Until she started school, French was the ...
  • Pierre Dewey LaFontaine, Jr.
    / June 7, 20130 COMMENTS
    sent in by Dean Burridge His name was originally Pierre Dewey LaFontaine, Jr., and he was born on N. White Street between Dumaine and St. Ann in a small Creole ...
  • Go Ride the Streetcar
    / June 1, 20130 COMMENTS
    Riding the St. Charles streetcar down its historic line is a great opportunity to see different areas of New Orleans, including the mansion lined Garden District and ...
  • Esplanade Striped Soon
    / May 31, 20130 COMMENTS
    New crosswalks and bike lanes will soon be a part of Esplanade Avenue. photos by Charlie London. May 31, 2013 ...
  • City Park
    / May 24, 20130 COMMENTS
    Jimmy Fahrenholtz captured this great photo while riding his bicycle in City Park. *** City Putt Opens Today in City Park! City Putt open: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. ...
  • Casket Girls
    / May 17, 20130 COMMENTS
    Dr. Charlotte Pipes is presenting a one-hour lecture on French Colonial Louisiana to the monthly meeting of the Genealogical Research Society of New Orleans. Monday, ...
  • Bayou St. John Wetland Creation Project
    / May 16, 20130 COMMENTS
    UPDATE: June 23, 2013. http://theadvocate.com/news/6316273-123/habitat-restoration-project-underway-in Habitat restoration project underway in Bayou St. John By AMY ...
  • Streetcars in Faubourg St. John 1927
    / April 21, 20130 COMMENTS
    Many thanks to Gary Parky for sharing his 1927 streetcar map! Click on the map for a larger view. What is now Desmare Playground was the Esplanade Barn in 1927. The ...
  • 1908 Maps
    / December 12, 20120 COMMENTS
    Thanks to Linda Burns for sending in these great maps of Faubourg St. John in 1908.
  • The ORIGINAL, not the head banger
    / October 27, 20120 COMMENTS
    VOODOO ON THE BAYOU by Tom Fitzmorris Long before the Voodoo Festival in City Park took over the Halloween weekend (as it will this weekend), the Faubourg St John ...
  • Restoring the Bayou Canopy
    / October 1, 20120 COMMENTS
    by Jared Zeller The MotherShip Foundation announces a new campaign to replace four live oak trees along Bayou St. John between Dumaine and Lafitte streets this fall. ...
  • Harding and Moss
    / September 24, 20120 COMMENTS
    The short film “Harding & Moss” premiers as part of timecodenola’s feature film “Where Y’at?” Saturday night September 29 at ...
  • Faubourg St. John Takes Quick Action
    / August 30, 20120 COMMENTS
    Neighbors and business owners were out in force to clean up the debris from Hurricane Isaac. Power and cable lines are down, some trees broken but, for the most ...
  • Why Join the NOPD?
    / August 25, 20120 COMMENTS
    Listen as some 2012 N.O.P.D. recruits talk about why they joined the New Orleans Police Department Salary after training – $43,070
  • Big Party December 1st
    / August 25, 20120 COMMENTS
    by Mary-jo Webster REBRIDGE Fall Gala December 1, 2012 What: The important fundraiser of the year for the REBRIDGE effort. A lavish and exciting evening along the ...
  • Blast from the Past
    / August 15, 20120 COMMENTS
    1993: Neighbors Work Together to Solve Crime Article is from the June, 1993 issue of the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association Newsletter. Click on the article ...
  • Switchbox Mural
    / July 5, 20120 COMMENTS
    photos by Charlie London Thanks to Howard Mielke for breaking this story. Howard says, “I met the painter Joseph Anthony Pearson who, at the time I met him, ...
  • Krewe of Kolossos Boat Parade
    / July 4, 20120 COMMENTS
    The very first Krewe of Kolossos boat parade was held July 4, 2012 on Bayou St. John photos and video by Charlie London
  • Imperial Theater
    / June 12, 20120 COMMENTS
    The really cool Imperial Theater was at 814 N. Hagan St., at the corner of Dumaine Street. In its early days — the 1920s — the theater was the site of vaudeville ...
  • Bell Theater
    / June 12, 20121 COMMENTS
    The Bell Theater was located at 2800 Grand Route Saint John. Photo from the Historic New Orleans Collection. The Bell Theatre when it opened in 1922. Photo from the ...
  • Tour Faubourg St. John
    / June 11, 20120 COMMENTS
    Capture New Orleans from a different perspective. Kayak on Bayou St. John as we guide you along our historic waterway running through the city. We’ll keep with the ...
  • / June 5, 20120 COMMENTS
    The Ruth U Fertel / Tulane Community Health Center will be dedicated this Thursday at 1:00 at the old flagship Ruth’s Chris on the corner of Orleans and North ...
  • Million Dollar Ride
    / May 24, 20120 COMMENTS
    by Charlie London Upon returning from the May 10th BlightStat meeting, I had the opportunity to, once again, ride New Orleans’ fine public transportation. ...
  • Relic Hunter Helps Find Diamond
    / May 22, 20120 COMMENTS
    You likely know Richard Angelico as the investigative reporter that shined the beam of justice on nefarious characters for many decades. Well, he’s casting a ...
  • / May 12, 20120 COMMENTS
    Join the Bayou Treme Center for an Open House this Saturday, May 12! TODAY, the doors of Maistre Hall for the Performing Arts will be open to the public for the ...
  • Annual Sunset Swim
    / May 4, 20120 COMMENTS
    photos by Brenda London Rivers Gleason slept as his parents, Steve and Michel Gleason participated in the annual swim across Bayou St. John that takes place after ...
  • Magical Mystery Tour – Streetlights
    / May 2, 20120 COMMENTS
    photo by Charlie London Mayor Landrieu announced today that all streetlights in the City of New Orleans will be fixed by 2013! Steps to get your streetlight fixed: ...
  • At Home with a Saint
    / April 26, 20120 COMMENTS
    Fortier Park was the recipient of another work of art yesterday! Paws on Parade | Pup-Lic Art for the benefit of the animals of the Louisiana SPCA Title: At Home ...
  • Put On Your Best Face
    / April 25, 20120 COMMENTS
    Last night the promotion for TEAM GLEASON struck again. “Put on Your Best Face” was installed on the garage of Matt and Stephanie who live on Ponce de ...
  • Team Gleason
    / April 25, 20120 COMMENTS
    “It’s not about the blocked punt or the Superbowl ring. It’s about the relationships, love and what you do when you walk out of this room.” ...
  • New Neighbor Restores Sign
    / April 23, 20120 COMMENTS
    by Dean Burridge Lynell French Marianetti, a new resident of Faubourg St. John, spent last weekend restoring the historic sign on the bayou at Bell St. Lynell ...
  • Faubourg St. John Votes
    / April 22, 20120 COMMENTS
    Click on the image for a larger view. The election for Councilperson-at-Large on April 21, 2012 was to fill the seat vacated by Arnie Fielkow. It was a close ...
  • Old Flood Control Structure to be Removed
    / April 17, 20120 COMMENTS
    Click the link to view the presentation: http://www.laseagrant.org/pdfs/BSJFinalPPT.pdf Sea Grant Funds Project to Demolish Outdated Bayou St. John Water Control ...
  • Who Lived in Your House in 1940?
    / April 13, 20120 COMMENTS
    by Charlie London Michelle Kimball of the Preservation Resource Center graciously sent out info about how you can find out who lived in your home in 1940. You can ...
  • Tall Ships Blue Angels
    / April 10, 20120 COMMENTS
    http://nolanavyweek.com/ New Orleans will serve as the inaugural city in a three-year national celebration commemorating the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled ...
  • HISTORY
    / April 10, 20120 COMMENTS
    Several neighbors have graciously given me old newsletters and papers about Faubourg St. John. Among those papers were two unsigned articles that are fascinating ...
  • Postcard from Home
    / March 25, 20120 COMMENTS
    The Sunday Postcard from Home will be steering to a bit of a deviation from the local emphasis it’s had in the past. Robert Thompson has generously allowed use ...
  • Major Power Outage
    / March 6, 20120 COMMENTS
    A major power outage in the Mid-City area caused the power to be out in Faubourg St. John from approximately noon until 5 pm today. WWL-TV’s Scott Satchfield ...
  • 2552 St. Philip Gets New Life
    / February 28, 20120 COMMENTS
    UPDATE December 6, 2014 You can see the WWL’s story in the video below. WWL TV should have the story up on their LINKS ON 4 page soon. UPDATE: A “Police Jail ...
  • Pitot House EVENTS
    / February 21, 20120 COMMENTS
    photos by Charlie London Join the Louisiana Landmarks Society for a unique Vino on the Bayou experience! June 8 5:30 – 7:30 PM 1440 Moss Street | New Orleans ...
  • Foggy Bayou
    / February 16, 20120 COMMENTS
    photo by Charlie London Remember Tommy Lewis’ photos of fog over Bayou St. John on New Year’s eve? Mother Nature once again treated us to another display ...
  • Love Letters Online
    / February 15, 20120 COMMENTS
    Barrett-Browning love letters now online Published: February 14, 2012 9:20 PM By DENISE LAVOIE. The Associated Press WELLESLEY, Mass. — “I love your ...
  • It’s a Wonderful Life!
    / February 6, 20120 COMMENTS
    inspired by Brenda London In the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”, the character George Bailey is shown how things in his town might have been ...
  • Carnival Designs Online
    / January 24, 20120 COMMENTS
    LaRC is very pleased to report that we have completed our two-year project to place online more than 5,500 original float and costume designs from the “Golden Age of ...
  • City Council Accepts Federal Funds for the Magnolia Bridge
    / January 19, 20120 COMMENTS
    from http://neworleanscitycouncil.com New Orleans, LA- January 19, 2012 – Today, the Council passed Resolution 12-6, authored by District “A” ...
  • The Very First Jerry Lee Lewis Recording
    / January 12, 20120 COMMENTS
    One of my first Jazz Fest experiences right here in Faubourg St. John was in the late 70’s. I just happened to be right in front of the stage when Jerry Lee ...
  • / January 4, 20120 COMMENTS
    The Bayou Treme Center project will be a powerful and ongoing source of economic revival in an area that has suffered substantial disinvestment since the late ...
  • Day Tripping
    / December 29, 20110 COMMENTS
    article and photos by Charlie London Those over 50 likely remember the Beatles’ song Day Tripper. If you don’t, click on the video below. My day trip ...
  • Dirty Bird Gumbo is mmmmm good
    / December 23, 20110 COMMENTS
    November 21, 2013 at 7:25 pm *** Not only did the Saints beat the Falcons 45-16 on December 26, 2011 but Drew Brees brought his season total passing yards to 5,087 ...
  • REBRIDGE NOW!
    / December 21, 20110 COMMENTS
    photo taken with iPhone by Charlie London Happy Holidays Re-Bridgers: My son was chanting Re-Bridge NOW in the back of the truck this morning so I thought I would ...
  • Magical Mystery Tour – Snow on the Bayou
    / December 21, 20110 COMMENTS
    photo and poem from Faubourg St. John neighbor Eileen Duke AFTER THE CHILDREN HAVE PLAYED (image the tune of “Do you hear what I hear” while you read ...
  • December 20th is a Big Deal!
    / December 20, 20110 COMMENTS
    retyped by Charlie London TIMES PICAYUNE February 28, 1935 Page 8 Click here to see the original article in the February 28, 1935 issue of the TimesPicayune. ...
  • James Pitot and the Lafitte Corridor
    / December 17, 20110 COMMENTS
    research by Charlie London Photo of James Pitot courtesy http://trueknowledge.com James Pitot was the second Mayor of New Orleans but the first Mayor of incorporated ...
  • / December 14, 20110 COMMENTS
    Photos by Charlie London Katie Moore / Eyewitness News NEW ORLEANS — U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar made a special stop in New Orleans during his ...
  • / December 14, 20110 COMMENTS
    research by Charlie London Vignaud Street is a one block street that runs between Grand Route Saint John and Ponce de Leon. Henry Vignaud (1830-1922) Henry Vignaud ...
  • / December 13, 20110 COMMENTS
    Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, will visit the Lafitte Corridor on Wednesday, December 14th at NOON. Friends, It appears the Department of the Interior is ...
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