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The Irish House, 7:30p.m.
A celebration of John Kennedy Toole’s A Confederacy of Dunces
Lafayette Square, 5p.m.
The Revivalists and Robin Barnes play for the seasonal fest
Hi Ho Lounge, 9p.m.
French DJ and producer
Howlin’ Wolf Den, 8:30p.m.
Rhythm and blues from the souls of local rockers
Candlelight Lounge, 9p.m.
See the legendary band on their home turf
Neutral Ground Coffeehouse, 8p.m.
Weekly open poetry hour hosted by Jacob Dilson
Chickie Wah Wah, 9p.m.
New Orleans funk
With special guests John “Papa” Gros, Helen Gillet, Tommy Malone and The Bonerama Horns
Rock 'N Bowl, 8:30p.m.
Zydeco swamp pop
Gasa Gasa, 9p.m.
Surprise show with TCH plus Bantam Foxes and Hello Nomad
Ogden Museum, 6p.m.
This week features music by Chris Thomas King
Dat Dog, 7-11p.m.
Sports theme! This week the group stops to play a quick game of dodgeball
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Local F.L.O.W. plus Guns N Roses tribute band
Blue Nile, 11p.m.
One Eyed Jacks, 9p.m.
MailBag: Golfer Tees Off On New Course
The South Course in City Park is being rebuilt, but some citizens would rather that the land remain wild. This week, protestors took to trees in an attempt to block construction. Then reader Chip Patterson wrote in with a counterpoint. Today, Ben Kappel offers the opinion of a golfer against the course in an Open Letter to Bob Becker, CEO of New Orleans City Park.
Cripple Creek Introduces New Series Exploring WPA
Over the next few months, NoDef will partner with Cripple Creek Theatre to feature a series of articles about the history and legacy of the WPA in New Orleans. CCT cofounder introduces the project.
Cripple Creek Theatre Company’s Civilian Theatre Project intends to integrate theatre into the civic fabric of our city by exploring the works and legacy of the Federal Theatre Project. During the Great Depression, the federal government set about putting a large swath of Americans to work for the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The Federal Theatre Project was the WPA’s attempt to put over 15,000 theatrical professionals to work plying their trade.
Mailbag: The Argument for More Golf in City Park
There is a new golf course coming to City Park, but not everyone thinks that is a good idea. This week, protestors took to trees in an attempt ot block construction. Reader Chip Patterson disagrees with the activists. Today, he writes to NoDef to explain the benefits of the sport and new facility to different demographics.
Mailbag: ProjectNOLA Demands City Support
ProjectNOLA founder, Bryan Lagarde is angry with City Hall. Today, he writes an open letter to the Mayor demanding that the City help maintain the ProjectNOLA camera system by assisting in the search for private funding as well as supplying volunteers to screen crime footage.
Mailbag: No More Golf Courses in City Park
There is a new golf course coming to City Park. However, not everyone is polishing their clubs. Some NoDef readers think that the public park should stay open to the public for free. They have written a letter urging a better use of the land.
Violence against women is at the forefront of the news in 2015, but the problems persist. Last week, hip-hop artist Afroman was arrested after assaulting a woman onstage. Author, attorney, and advocate Arita Bohannan weighs in on the attack.
Of Waves And Rallies
Opinion: Crime Hits Home
A wave is something that leaves as easily as it came. It’s something you ride out, or simply ride. When a big wave passes, you rebuild your sand castle, maybe a little further from the shore, and go back about your day at the beach. I’m not sure we can call the violent crime in New Orleans a “wave” anymore.
Mailbag: Captain Black Writes That Mayor Mitch is Micro Managing Chief Harrison
NoDef Reader Nadra Enzi, better known as Captain Black, "the Hood Conservative," is angry about NOPD Chief Harrison. Cap Black writes that Harrison is micromanaged by the Mayor and believes that reasons why are rooted in race. Read the full letter below.
OpEd: Today's Battle of New Orleans
Public Defender Weighs In On The City's Legal Fights
Two hundred years ago, Andrew Jackson led a poorly equipped and badly outnumbered force of American volunteer soldiers to defeat British troops in the last major battle of the War of 1812. Today, a different battle continues in New Orleans’ courtrooms. The Orleans Public Defenders (OPD) fight for New Orleans every day, representing the majority of the city’s residents charged with felonies and misdemeanors.
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