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October 06, 2009


Bill Ives

It was still open in 2010 when I planed to go but got side tracked and then it closed afterwards. Feel sad to have missed it. Thanks for the great writeup.

Bill Ives

It was featured in HBO Treme as a place where Davis band was going to play only to find it closed. He said it was the last of the many places on Rampart. he tried to the clubs opened as part of the Jazz Center deal in Armstrong Park but the developers said the new upscale neighbors would object. Like much of the HBO series these remarks were probable based on the what really happened.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

Thanks, Bill. I've seen that many of the subplots in Tremé were based on facts on the ground and speculation about the future of New Orleans post Katrina.

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