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Today in New Orleans: 4.5.14


The daylong Freret Festival kicks off this morning Uptown. Later, the International Puppet Fest continues. Meanwhile, classical music at Trinity doesn’t stop until midnight. On this day in 1997, 23-year-old rapper Yella Boy of U.N.L.V. was murdered in New Orleans. Now, more to do this Saturday. 


Today in New Orleans 4.4.14


The Mahalia Jackson Theatre hosts a night of opera that tells a tragic love story, and Trinity Episcopal Church will have a non-stop, 29-hour, Baroque inspired set of performances. NOLA’s growing puppetry scene can enjoy the first weekend of the International Puppet Festival. On this day in 1764, the first official announcement in d'Abadie's journal of Acadians arrival in Louisiana. Now, more to do this Friday. 


Today in New Orleans 4.5.13


Tonight, come hungry, and literary, to NOMA for Edible Book Day. Bach Around the Clock all night, learns about tombs and timeshares, and support Jimmy’s Music Club! On this day in 1866, Antonio de Ulloa became Louisiana’s first Spanish governor. Now, more to do this chilly Friday.


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Bach Around the Clock Returns to Celebrate 328



Morgan Dowdy goes inside Trinity Episcopal Church as Albinas and Manon Prizgintas prepare for the 2013 edition of Bach Around the Clock.


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