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Today in NOLA: 5.23.16

It’s a different type of 80’s night in the Quarter with Millencolin and Modern English in town. Plus, there are some great locals playing tonight. On this day in 1934, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed and killed in Bienville Parish, the end to the infamous pair’s three-year crime spree. Now, click through for Monday’s events.  

Today In NOLA 11.9.15

Today in New Orleans, catch some of your favorite writers from around the city tending bar at Cure. At Sidney’s, King James & the Special Men will keep the evening rolling with their weekly set. Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses will bring traditional jazz with a twist to Maison, or you can catch Bluegrass Pickin’ Party at Hi-Ho Lounge. In purer times, Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower in Cape Cod, MA (1620), Jack the Ripper killed his last known victim, Mary Jane Kelly (1888), the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published (1967), Spiro Agnew (1918), Tom Fogerty (1941), Susan Tedeschi (1970), and Sisco (1978) were born, and Charles de Gaulle died (1970); and its World Freedom Day. So get liberated with these:

Today in NOLA: 3.23.15

Mondays offer a new start following the often hectic weekend, but each Monday also brings familiarity. A multitude of regular weekly shows kick off tonight. Plus, North Carolina hip-hop artist J. Cole is topping the bill at the House of Blues. Al Copeland, father of Popeye's Chicken and local character remembered for his restaurants, as well as his over the top Christmas light displays at his home in Metairie, passed away on this day in 2008 from Merkel Cell Carcinoma. Now, more details on this mellow Monday. 

Today's Events: 6.13.11

June 13, when Martin Luther married Katharina von Bora against the Roman Catholic Church's celibacy rule (1525), when Rhode Island became the first colony to ban the importation of slaves (1774), when the first sodium vapor lamps were installed (1933), when the Supreme Court ruled that criminal suspects first and foremost had to be informed of their constitutional rights, in the Miranda vs. Arizona decision (1966), when Christo (1935), Steve-O (1974), and the Olsen Twins (1986) were born, and when King of Swing Benny Goodman died (1986). Today, either get down with a ‘Full House’ marathon at home, or go out and do this:

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