One fond memory of pre-Katrina New Orleans is the street statue performers who plied their art in hopes of earning a few coins from tourists. These artists were remarkably skilled at remaining motionless for long periods of time. On Grafton Street in Dublin, I watched these three similar performers work their magic to woo spare Euros from the passing crowds. Watching these Irish artists work their magic made me miss New Orleans and wonder if we’ll see such sights in New Orleans again. But in the meantime, it’s good to know such artistry is alive and well in Dublin, Ireland.