It’s New Orleans: Happy Hour

Hosted ByGrant Morris & Andrew Duhon

HAPPY HOUR is a cocktail-fueled 60 minutes of random conversation with folks who have nothing in common, other than being New Orleanians in a bar. Featuring extraordinary New Orleans musicians playing live, host Grant Morris and sidekick deluxe Andrew Duhon.

Transactional Microdosing – Happy Hour – It’s New Orleans

If you’re a guy you have to assume a woman wants to have sex with you for the same reason you want to have sex with her. Namely, that there’s some kind of attraction.

Chef Toya Boudy

According to Chef Toya Boudy, that’s not what women think at all. Not just some women but all women, according to Toya, are looking for something else beyond the satisfaction of sexual desire. Though it might not be a wholly original theory to believe women want more out of a sexual encounter than men, it’s interesting to find out exactly what men might think that is.

Ian Neville

Ian Neville is the guitar player in New Orleans premiere funk band, Dumpstaphunk. Growing up as a member of the royal family of New Orleans music has come with its challenges, but Ian has been equal to them and manages to walk the line between being a regular New Orleanian and avoiding his nightmare scenario of extreme fame coupled with extreme poverty.

Mark Bologna

Mark Bologna grew up as a die-hard New Orleanian too. His parents, who were “Kids when they married and kids when they had me,” owned the renowned Teddy’s Grill in Gentilly and Mark grew up cooking without knowing that’s what he was doing. After 15 years away working for the V.A. Mark has returned to New Orleans where, among other things, he hosts the popular local podcast Beyond Bourbon Street.

You never know when you sit down with total strangers in a bar what it is you’re going to find that you have in common. You might not be surprised to discover, in this case, there are gumbo stories to swap, and you might not even be surprised to hear about various opinions about sex, but you might be a little more surprised by the discussion about psychedelic drugs.

Toya Boudy, Ian Neville, Mark Bologna, Grant Morris

Photos at Wayfare by Alison Moon.