Krewe of Boheme, whose presiding regent is a green fairy representing absinthe, was made up of 18 sub-krewes in 2020. Marching on February 7, it exuberantly wound its way through the Marigny and French Quarter neighborhoods with the theme of "The Soaring Twenties."
- photos by Ellis Anderson
I have been a French Quarter resident for 10 years and even though I have visited more than 40 countries - there is no place like home. I really want people to know the Quarter is a place where real people live. It's a place where misfits from all over come and find each other. We take care of each other, we are family. I wanted to show folks a very typical day in the quarter. Here's what I saw outside my door Monday, September 30.
West African monarch, His Majesty King Toffa IX, visits the French Quarter as part of a United States tour.
- by Ellis Anderson
Photographer Andrew Simoneaux found himself visiting the French Quarter almost every day to seek out shots. Last year, he made life easier by moving into the neighborhood.
The images he selected to include in this photo essay were taken from the end of August into the first week of September, during the Southern Decadence festivities.