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Vivint Smart Home Arena
Utah takes on New Orleans
The Joy, 8p.m.
Also ft. Tory Lanez, Michael Christmas and Njomza
Lakefront Arena, 8p.m.
Ft. Yo Gotti and Rick Ross
Southern University v. Grambling State University
Gasa Gasa, 7p.m.
Football and alcohol— need we say more?
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Drinks, music and burlesque
NRG Stadium, 12p.m.
Nola takes on Houston
1942 flick starring Fred Astaire
Maple Leaf, 10p.m.
Also ft. Walter “Wolfman Washington and Russell Batiste
House of Blues, 10a.m.
Definitely try the chicken and waffles
Howlin’ Wolf, 10p.m.
Classic NOLA jams
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Part of the Kritically Acclaimed Tour
Blue Nile, 9p.m.
Get your reggae jams on
Traditional jazz meets modernity
Letter to the Editor: Meter Hike Will Have Local Biz Working for Dimes
The City recently announced plans to raise rates and increase hours for parking meters in the Quarter. Business owner, William Kahn thinks the change is going to hurt local business and push more consumers to chains and big box store. In the following letter to NoDef, Kahn lays out his case against the hike.
Mailbag: NOPD Must Embrace Project NOLA
Crime is on the rise and so are the surveillance cameras that let locals stream videos of violence at the click of a mouse. Bryan Lagarde of Project NOLA, a crime camera advocacy group, says that if the police worked better with his organization crime might be on the decline. In an open letter to Superintendent Harrison Lagarde calls on the Department to embrace Project NOLA. read the letter after the jump.
K10: La Renaissance de la Nouvelle-Orléans
An Op-Ed by Alexandre Vialou of nolafrancaise.com
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina and the failure of the federal levees destroyed lives and the physical infrastructure of the City of New Orleans. With it, the indigenous connection that had existed between New Orleanians and their French cultural heritage for 297 years was -yet again- put to test. Iconic Cajun and Creole restaurants had to close, local french-singing musicians were scattered all around the nation. Uncertainty even surrounded the fate of Carnival in 2006.
Mailbag: "Stories That Do Not Belong to You," A Response to Beller's NY'er Piece
Tulane prof Dr. Thomas Beller recently published "Don't Call It Katrina," an essay about the Federal Flood and Katrina in The New Yorker magazine. the essay was received with critical kudos and social media buzz. However, reader Robin McDowell was not impressed. Below she offers a rebuttal arguing that Beller's article continues a dangerous practice of subjugating minorities.
Letter to the Editor: Smoking Ban Extinguishes Tourism
The ashtrays have been removed from bars and in the eyes of the Council, the smoking ban is fait accompli. However, the effects are still trickling down. One reader in Texas writes in to say that he believes the ban is misguided and will not be visiting NOLA as long as crime is high and smokers are unwelcome.
Op-Ed: MaCCNO & the Musical Masses
Cripple Creek's Civillian Theatre Project Series
This Monday at Cafe Istanbul, the Music and Culture Coalition of New Orleans (MaCCNO) will be hosting their annual Fest Season fundraiser featuring Rebirth Brass Band, James Andrews, and more. This next installment of the Civilian Theatre Project series on Nola Defender was written by Hannah Kreiger-Benson, a musician and organizer for MaCCNO. In this opinion piece, Kreiger-Benson explains the controversial organization's stance and future.
Op-Ed: Escape from the Zoo
by Alex Johnson
As Earth Day (4.22) approaches, a reader recalls a wild sighting of the Great Horned Owl near Audubon Zoo and reminds us to pause for a moment, look up from our smartphones and listen to our natural mother.
Letter to the Editor: Strike Debt NOLA
New Orleanians tend to focus much of their outrage towards FEMA, crime, and Roger Goodell. However, one group of readers believes that we are neglecting another key issue, student debt. The Strike Debt NOLA Collective wrote to NoDef calling upon citizens to join them in their fight for absolution.
Revolt of the Believers
Cripple Creek's Civillian Theatre Project
Recently, Cripple Creek performed The Revolt of the Beavers at Stein’s Deli. Shannon Flaherty did some research on the supposedly innocuous children’s play and the work’s effect on community, then and now.
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Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
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