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As the Ernie mannequin looked on from its corner throne, Mrs. K-Doe served a mix of neighborhood regulars and hipsters from across the city. The Lounge was a favorite haunt of such non-traditional musicians as Mr. Quintron, the Bywater avant-garde keyboardist, inventor and marching band impresario.

The Lounge badly flooded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina's levee breaches. In advance of the floodwaters, Mrs. K-Doe dismantled the mannequin, stored the pieces in plastic bags, and stowed them in an upstairs closet. K-Doe suffered a minor heart attack during Mardi Gras , but recovered. On Thursday, she rode in the Muses parade with the Ernie mannequin.

She served as the honorary queen of the Cameltoe Ladysteppers marching organization. Today she had planned to don the traditional Baby Doll costume and parade through the streets of Treme before returning to the lounge for what is always a busy day.

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She helped revive the tradition of the Baby Dolls marching organization, and was happy to see others take up the mantle. Hidden categories: Commons category link is on Wikidata Louisiana articles missing geocoordinate data All articles needing coordinates All stub articles. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. I try to think back to what I thought Bourbon Street was before I had walked down it hundreds of times in the early morning, the middle of the day, or late at night.

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Maybe I pictured trumpet players hanging out of every window, blowing sweet jazz into the magnolia-scented evening. Its chief merit for me is the architecture, but that is mostly obscured by its chief detriment, which is drunken tourists.

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The cacophonous sounds of horrible music blasting from every third doorway will also give you a hangover before your first drink. There are many hard-working servers and some fine musicians who can use your business, too. OK, you should probably see Bourbon Street.

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Just once. Most of what made New Orleans great left Bourbon Street long ago, and what still makes New Orleans great is easily found within a short walk or a cheap cab ride. The square in front of it is always full of artists — visual and con — as well as musicians, young and old. While it is generally accepted that jazz music was born in New Orleans, another important contribution is often overlooked. Especially Cleveland.

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At the edge of the French Quarter, at the corner of Rampart and Dumaine there is a laundromat. It was 80 degrees and clear on Sept. I love to stand there and imagine people like Ray Charles and Guitar Slim hanging out and chatting between takes.

In the s, slaves in New Orleans were given a day off every Sunday. Hundreds of them would gather in the area known as Congo Square to hold markets, sing and dance.