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Mahalia Jackson, 7:30p.m.
LPO along with John Kimura Parker present the music of Beethoven and Shostakovich
Howlin’ Wolf, 7p.m.
Benefit concert ft. The Honey Pots, special guest Charmaine Neville and more! Plus a screening of "The Restoration"
Prytania Bar, 9p.m.
Local spoken wordsmiths mix funk and performance art Uptown
Hi Ho Lounge, 7p.m.
Bringing the funk on Frenchmen
Dragon’s Den, 10p.m.
Downtown spot trades techno for tango
Maple Leaf, 10:30p.m.
JazzFest is near and the allstar jams are beginning
Maple Leaf, 10:30p.m.
Pioneer of Mardi Gras Indian music crossing over into funk
Maple Street Books, 11:30a.m.
Reading circus sotry, Keith Graves' Second Banana
Palmer Park, 11a.m. to 7:30p.m.
Russel Honore leads an eco-fest
Finish Fine: CCC Winners
The Crescent City Classic is one of the few races that does not discourage drinking or walking. However, the annual 10k is still a respected destination on the running circuit and pros come to compete. Saturday’s (4.04) race provided a thrilling finish for the serious sprinters.
Grave Consequences: LSU Senate Debates Tomb for Mike the Tiger
Cemeteries are part of South Louisiana culture. So is Louisiana State University football. One grad student at LSU thinks that two staples are not that far removed from one another. Tim Landry introduced a bill into the Student Government Senate urging the creation of a tomb or mausoleum for the beloved mascot Mike the Tiger.
Sunday (3.15) was a big day for basketball in Louisiana. Louisiana State University (LSU) learned that they will be dancing in March. A healthy Pelicans team lost in double overtime and dropped out of the playoff cue.
Write End: Saints Reportedly Ink Deal to Trade Graham
Jimmy Graham became an instant hero in da Dome. Drew Brees’ favorite target thrilled WhoDats with his goalpost dunks and gaudy numbers. Then he became the source of controversy with contract arbitration, goalpost dunks, and not so gaudy numbers. Now, ESPN is reporting that a trade to Seattle will end Graham’s Saints days.
"Blessed" Ingram Stays a Saint
Mark Ingram is a man accustomed to proving the pundits wrong. First, the talking heads were adamant that the Saints running back was yet another Heisman winner who couldn’t make it in the pros. After, the five foot nine, 215 pound Alabama allum put up a Pro Bowl season, the chattering class was convinced that a departure from New Orleans was imminent. Ingram proved them wrong again. Number 22 inked a four year, 16 million dollar contract to stay a Saint.
Indy Go Go
Indie music and indie film have emerged as powerhouses in NOLA since the Federal Flood. Now, Indy Racing is trying to join the clique. Today (3.2), organizers of the inaugural 2015 Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana released a packed schedule of racing set for April 10-12.
Former Saint Eddie "Boo" Williams Talks Depression
Depression was taboo in America for generations. Perhaps no place more than a locker room is the disease regarded as a pariah. An article by Jim Trotter published today attempts to shed life on the issue amongst NFL players. At the center of the piece is former Saints tight end Eddie “Boo” Williams.
LSU's Martin Funk Dunks (Video)
The Brow had to sit out the NBA’s dunk competition during the All Star Weekend, but LSU’s Jarell Martin made sure that Louisiana was represented in the world of aerial acrobatics on Saturday (2.21). The sophomore forward’s dunk versus Florida became an instant viral sensation.
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