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Utah takes on New Orleans
The Joy, 8p.m.
Also ft. Tory Lanez, Michael Christmas and Njomza
Lakefront Arena, 8p.m.
Ft. Yo Gotti and Rick Ross
Southern University v. Grambling State University
Gasa Gasa, 7p.m.
Football and alcohol— need we say more?
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Drinks, music and burlesque
NRG Stadium, 12p.m.
Nola takes on Houston
1942 flick starring Fred Astaire
Maple Leaf, 10p.m.
Also ft. Walter “Wolfman Washington and Russell Batiste
House of Blues, 10a.m.
Definitely try the chicken and waffles
Howlin’ Wolf, 10p.m.
Classic NOLA jams
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Part of the Kritically Acclaimed Tour
Blue Nile, 9p.m.
Get your reggae jams on
Traditional jazz meets modernity
Wink's and a Smile
Dwight Henry Opens New Buttermilk Drop Bakery on Decatur
Dwight Henry, owner of the 7th Ward's famed Buttermilk Drop bakery and recently-minted movie actor has opened another hub for traditional New Orleans baked goods on Decatur Street in the French Quarter. He dubbed the new spot Wink’s Buttermilk Drop, after the Beasts of the Southern Wild character that made him famous beyond St. Bernard Ave.
Hollywood South Film Review: 12 Years a Slave
Slavery doesn't ever look good. We're all agreed about that. But once the gleaming white columns and wrought-iron railings appear, it's hard not to imagine Vivian Leigh just around the corner, her smirk reflected in the glossy hardwood floors. 12 Years A Slave, currently in wide release, takes place in the antebellum South, yet in frighteningly different cinematic territory.
The Bathtub Comes to Life at the CAC
Hollywood's stars are still recovering from Oscar excesses. Meanwhile, Hollywood South's Quvenzhané Wallis is trending on Twitter and being parodied on Saturday Night Live, baker-turned-actor Dwight Henry is working to develop three new restaurants. For their part, the creators of Beasts of the Southern Wild are getting down and dirty.
Exclusive: Beasts Director Benh Zeitlin Talks Oscar Nods, NOLA
This week's news about Beasts of the Southern Wild’s four Oscar nominations hasn’t altered much for the Bayou-set film's director, Benh Zeitlin. A native of New York City, the director became enamored with New Orleans and South Louisiana after moving here in his mid 20s. However, Zeitlin says it’ll take a lot more than a couple gold statues to tear him away from the Crescent City.
Beasts of the Southern Wild Receives Four Oscar Nods
Beasts of the Southern Wild director and New Orleans resident Benh Zeitlin has swept the independent awards circuit, but today’s news about the film’s Oscar nominations bumps Zeitlin and his cast into a new category. The Academy seems to have been as impressed as Sundance and Cannes, and Beasts and the movie's cast are up for a number of statues, including Best Picture.
Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Elizabeth Davas, Ian Hoch, Lindsay Mack, Anna Gaca, Jason Raymond, Lee Matalone, Phil Yiannopoulos, Joe Shriner, Chris Staudinger, Chef Anthony Scanio, Tierney Monaghan, Stacy Coco, Rob Ingraham,
Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
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