Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Southern Decadence

What a weekend: 125, 000 worshipers of Dionysus.

Sep 4, 2007
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We reveled in the Big Easy: some of the party animals a little Too Big and a little Too Easy.
Still, a good time was had by all; New Orleans was the beneficiary of Gay Largess.
KT and Dan helped Dar and me enjoy the delights of N'awlins: seafood, gumbo, cheese burgers and a freeze at the Camellia Grill, service and style at Adelaide's, named for the eccentric aunt, ambiance and taste sensations at Feelings. We also enjoyed the singing and the embodiment of Naked Boys Singing at the Marigny Theatre.

Read the review:

Costumes thrown to the wind in a rollicking, risque revue

'Naked Boys Singing' cooks with, from left, Phillip Gordon, Travis Resor, Marshall Harris, Julius Dietze, Jason George and Bryan Wagar at the Marigny Theatre.


'Naked Boys Singing' takes off at Marigny Theatre

You may also read the Times Picayune take on Decadence:

Eliot Kamenitz / Times-Picayune
The 34th Annual Southern Decadence Parade strutted through the French Quarter Sunday as a throng of onlookers saw costumes and fine feathers in the 1200 block of Royal Street. See story

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