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Today in NOLA 2.21.17


It’s one week until Mardi Gras, so count down to the explosion of excess with shows from NOLA favorites like Treme Brass Band and Charlie Miller. On this day in 1900, the first electrically lit parade (Krewe of Nereus) rolled and became the first and last parade to actually roll on the streetcar tracks. Now, more events this Tuesday.


Today in NOLA: 3.22.15


Today, Sal Perricone is reading a novel instead of online comments. Micah McKee is keeping it lively at Circle Bar and Tip's is hosting a fais do-do. On this day in 1967, local businessman Clay Shaw was indicted for conspiracy in relation to the attempted assassination of J.F.K.. Now, more to do this Sunday.


Today in Nola 11.24.14


You might be feeling withdrawals from Fringe Festival on this Monday, but alas, there lies ahead much to do! First on the agenda, the Saints battle the Baltimore Ravens hopefully pulling out a win. George Packer signs his book The Unwinding with James Carville presenting an introduction on the nonfiction work that details modern democracy. Glen David Andrews rips his regular Tuesday show at d.b.a. Back in 2008, the Deuce was loose on the Green Bay Packers, breaking the record with his 54th touchdown.


Authors Discuss Human Trafficking at Int'l House


Two local writers have taken on a painful topic with new book, Human Trafficking Around the World: Hidden in Plain Sight. Stephanie Hepburn and Rita J. Simpson investigated rights violations around the world, and they are launching their work at the International House located at 221 Camp St. Thursday June 27th starting at 5:30pm. 


Today in New Orleans 6.25.13


Tonight, a book signing with local author Beverly Bell at Casa Borrega! DJ Soul Sister’s ‘Musically Speaking’ film series continues, food trucks roll through the Bywater, and Albinas Prizgintas plays his weekly classical music gig at Trinity Episcopal. On this day in 1868, Louisiana and a number of other southern states were readmitted into the United States after the Civil War. Now, more to do this Tuesday. 


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