Most surprising was her wise sanity, as she looked more coolly than Mapplethorpe on Warhol and the lure of "uptown."
Mardi Gras is also profoundly weird and dark at its uptown core.
It was the fall of 1968, the first day of class at Dominican College in uptown New Orleans.
In the summer of 2006, the uptown section of New Orleans got a new pizza joint.
As people were packing their cars to evacuate back then, I was in an uptown hospital in labor.
Three months later, on a secular evening, the upholstered pews of an uptown church were filled with a fashionable audience.
But if you want to get uptown, the street cars is four blocks yan.
A taxicab, coincidentally coming from an uptown direction, swung in to the curb.
"Move upstairs more likely than uptown," replied that lady regretfully.
It is so far not strikingly different, in the impression it gives, from uptown restaurants.
Informed; au courant; aware of the situation: Ballard was up to speed now (1980s+)