New Orleans is full of wonderful and
heartwarming Creole traditions and celebrations that families
share and pass on from generation to generation. The word
"Bazah" is Creole for having a good time or a celebration.
Those celebrations and traditions may take place at the Autocrat
Club on St. Bernard. They include watching the "Big
Chiefs" battle it out on Mardi Gras, the Jazz Funeral procession
of a loved one to Mt. Olivet or St. Louis Cemetery. They
include First Communions and May Crownings.