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Irish House Ready for Bloomsday
To most, today, June 16, might just be another Tuesday. But for James Joyce fans around the world, June 16 marks the ever-important literary celebration, Bloomsday. In commemoration of the Irish writer’s novel Ulysses, The Irish House (1432 St. Charles Ave.) will be hosting a reading of the epic story. Writers and literary enthusiasts from across the city will come out to narrate excerpts of the famously dense, Ulysess.
Cultural Exchange: Museum Month Offers Cerebral Saturation
Triple digit temperatures make August a perfect time to spend some time indoors, like at a museum. Fortunately, New Orleans Museum Month (a.k.a. August) is almost upon us offering an opportunity for local to soak SoLa’s numerous cultural offerings.
CAC Preps for White Linen Night
As the old saying goes, you can’t wear white after Labor Day. Luckily for you, you have one more chance to don your best white linen suit this year— the annual Whitney White Linen Night! This Saturday (8.1). the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, in conjunction with the Arts District of New Orleans, will host the annual art party. Many galleries around Julia Street will be open to the public as a part of the free block party, and both the CAC and Ogden Museum of Southern Art will premier new exhibitions of Louisiana art.
State of Play: Theatre Listings 7.29-8.12
Compiled by Michael Martin
These are unusually lively dog days for the New Orleans theatre scene. A much-missed venue reopens under new management, an equally missed company returns with one of its biggest productions to date, two ambitious new companies make their debuts…and it isn’t even Labor Day yet.
Satchmo SummerFest Previewed with Director Marci Scramm
The summer heat is starting to peak which means that the time chill out with some cool jazz is nearly upon us. Satchmo SummerFest presented by Chevron' will be celebrating 15 years of festin’ and feting Pops this weekend (7.30-8.02). NoDef checked in with Executive Director Marci Schramm for the inside track.
Uplifting: Trailer Released for Katrina-USCG Doc
The federal government offered little help to New Orleans is the days following Katrina’s levee breach. However, the U.S. Coast Guard proved the exception to the rule, hoisting over 33,000 locals to safety. Filmmaker Kaitlin Smith just released the trailer for her film, Paratus 14:50 which chronicles the USCG’s efforts in the fall of 2005.
Second Story Gallery to Mark K+10 With Art
As the city approaches the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, events are popping up all over the city to commemorate the disaster and its aftermath. One such event is the DECADE exhibition hosted by Second Story Gallery at the New Orleans Healing Center from August 8 until September 5. The installation will feature artists from around the city and their work reflecting on their experiences during and after Katrina.
Louisianans To Bring NOLA Flavor to New Tennessee Fest
Fest lovers, pack your bags— New Orleans resident Michael Whelan, along with Monroe native Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra and Brandt Wood, is bringing a Jazz Fest-inspired music festival to Franklin, TN. In its inaugural year, Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival will feature headliners including Wilco, Willie Nelson, Weezer and Cage The Elephant as well as New Orleans favorites like Dr. John and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
In The Valley: The Revivalists' Zack Feinberg Talks New Album
Last Friday (7.17), rising New Orleans rockers, The Revivalists, released their new album Men Amongst Mountains. Coming in on the heels of their previous album, City of Sound, Men Amongst Mountains has a more live sound, with most of the songs having been recorded with the entire band in the same room. While on the long drive from Nashville to Gainesville, Zack Feinberg, The Revivalists’ guitarist and one of the band’s founders, had a chance to chat with NoDef about the new album and what’s next for the band.
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