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    jjazznj
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  • jjazznj
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    Originally posted by Marignygregg View Post
    Sad. I had heard about the Karnovsky building, but not this. My Treme rental is a few blocks away and I'd walk buy this place a lot. It was in bad shape before the storm and was an open air drug market for the local junkies. Tootie Montana's house is across the street. Sidney Bechet's house was a few blocks away till they tore it down.

    Hopefully it can be saved, but not holding my breath. The Backstreet Cultural Museum took a hit as well and had to relocate.

    Speaking of Sidney's...the beloved Decatur street liquor store took a hit as well when an entire wall from the building next door fell on top of it as well as Central Grocery. Could be awhile before you can grab a craft beer and muff to take to the river.
    I saw the Karnovsky building the day after the storm, it was just a pile of rubble. Cops would not let me to get close to it although I think I did take some pix. i gotta check. I was on my way biking to the Greyhound station, trying to find a way out of town. It took 5 more days to finally escape.

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  • HankAndLeeStamper
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  • HankAndLeeStamper
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    Originally posted by Gards View Post

    Interesting article and I hope that they can get the funding to preserve the building.

    I went to a Save The Eagle Saloon fund raiser several years ago, and I wonder what has transpired there
    Coincidentally, there's an update in the paper just now about S. Rampart Street generally.
    https://www.nola.com/entertainment_l...bbe72dc14.html

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  • Marignygregg
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  • Marignygregg
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    Sad. I had heard about the Karnovsky building, but not this. My Treme rental is a few blocks away and I'd walk buy this place a lot. It was in bad shape before the storm and was an open air drug market for the local junkies. Tootie Montana's house is across the street. Sidney Bechet's house was a few blocks away till they tore it down.

    Hopefully it can be saved, but not holding my breath. The Backstreet Cultural Museum took a hit as well and had to relocate.

    Speaking of Sidney's...the beloved Decatur street liquor store took a hit as well when an entire wall from the building next door fell on top of it as well as Central Grocery. Could be awhile before you can grab a craft beer and muff to take to the river.

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  • Gards
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  • Gards
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    Interesting article and I hope that they can get the funding to preserve the building.

    I went to a Save The Eagle Saloon fund raiser several years ago, and I wonder what has transpired there

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  • DownDaBayou
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    Ida was brutal to New Orleans' musical legacy

    https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_ro...5f3603181.html
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