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Parade Planner: Proteus & Orpheus
Weather, Routes, Details
Skies are mostly clear for Lundi Gras, but parade goers should bring a fleece to the route for Proteus and Orpheus tonight. The cold front is moving in, with temperatures set to rise to the mid 50's this afternoon, before they drop down to the upper 40's. Click through for tonight's route, as well as a detailed weather forecast.
Tigers' Time: LSU's Big Signing Day
LSU had a monster Signing Day on Wednesday (2.03). Rummel's Kristian Fulton, as well as IMG's Savion Smith and DrakeDavis have been dominating headlines for months, but from top to bottom, the 2016 class is a best. In fact, the Tigers placed in the top three of nearly every ranking of recruiting classes. (Unfortunately, so did Alabama).
Spring Lineup for Wednesday at the Square Drops
The next week of Carnival is sure to be a blur, but after the bleachers at Lafayette Square come down, a stage will go up. The Young Leadership Council (YLC) Wednesdays at the Square series is slated to return March 2nd. Today, organizers revealed the season’s schedule.
Parade Planner: ’tit Rex, Chewbacchus (Weather, Route, Details)
The Uptown route is packed with five different parades today. Downtown will feature a couple more unorthodox rolls. First, Carnival’s smallest parade, the krewe formerly known as “‘tit Rex” will pull their satirical shoeboxes through the Marigny. Then, the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus will celebrate nerdom in all forms in one of the season's longest parades.
Jazz Fest Drops 2016 Lineup
Get your chairs ready! The lineup for the 2016 Jazz and Heritage Festival is out. Headliners include Stevie Wonder, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young, Van Morrison, Paul Simon, Steely Dan, and Snoop Dog.
Rex Issues Carnival Invitation
Carnival is a time of revelry--often a hazy time of revelry. However, Mardi Gras season is a party deeply steeped in rich traditions. And, naturally, the king of it all is the King of Mardi Gras, Rex. On the Epiphany, Rex issued his annual invitation, officially declaring the start of the season.
2016's Top Music Stories
Music is always front and center in New Orleans’ culture and 2015 was no exception. The City mourned a couple of local greats, said farewell to favorite band, and welcomed the return of a few 504 favorites. From Jon Batiste on Colbert to the Roving Music Village in City Park, NoDef has the all of the year’s top stories rounded up.
Beaucoup Music at BUKU Announced
Ready for the bass? The BUKU Music + Art Project rolled out their 2016 lineup today and tickets go on sale on Thursday (12.03). Headliners include some returning favorites like Pretty Lights and Kid Cudi as well as a few summer strs like Fetty Wap and CHVRCHES.
Chewbacchus Awakens: 2016 Route Released
Who is Kylo Ren really? Where is Luke? What's up with the new lightsabers? There are a lot of questions in the sci-fi world these days. However, the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus answered a few of their own this morning. The science fiction (and fantasy) themed carnival organization announced a new route and time today.
Give & Take
Mayor Mitch Rolls Out 2016 Budget
On Thursday (10.14), Mayor Mitch visited the Council Chambers to unveil his budget for the 2016 fiscal year. The 593 million dollar proposal marked a 10.4 percent increase from 2015’s proposal. Common sources of civic grousing such as crime, infrastructure, and the Mayor’s feuds with Sheriff Gusman and the firefighters topped the highlight reel.
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