Thursday, May 17, 2012

Here’s an Idea……let’s start a music festival

If you have ever had the idea, hey, this would be a great place for a music festival....then you want to hear how Jared Zeller took that idea and made it a reality. Now in its 7th year, Bayou Boogaloo is making a significant impact on the festival scene and an even larger impact on the economic and social fabric of the Mid-City/Bayou St. John area it calls home.

Bayou Boogaloo Effecting Change-how its done

Jared Zeller describes how Bayou Boogaloo and The Mothership Foundation is effecting change in Mid-City and the city as a whole. Mid-city is a hot market, Jared discusses recent activity and what Mid-City needs going forward, and its not much because the Mid-City areas has accomplished a lot since and before the storm.

Below Sea Level - A New Orleans Sit Com

Mike Dardant describes the unique characters behind Below Sea Level.
Can you make a sit com with no budget? Apparantley so. The screeing of the second season is May 17th, 7:30, The Hooka Cafe, 309 Decatur St.
And yes, Mimes really do talk.

National Champion…..of Canada

Mike Dardant is very diverse in his talents. He recently traveled to New York and Canada displaying his magic talents, and still finds time to premier his sit com, Below Sea Level. The screening of Below Sea Level is May 17, 2012, 7:30, @ The Hooka Cafe, 309 Decatur St.