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NOMA’s Besthoff Sculpture Garden (5:00 PM)
The NOLA Project presents this festive comedy that pits two of Shakespeare's most beloved characters in a war of words and wits
1200 Robert E. Lee Blvd (5:00PM- 11:00 PM)
The Holy Trinity Cathedral is inviting Grecophiles of all ages out to Bayou St. John for goat burgers, traditional music and dancing, and regional libations
The Convention Center (6:00PM-9:00 PM)
An experience for both foodies and wine connoisseurs with live music by Flow Tribe
Zephyr Field (7:00 PM)
New Orleans baseball against the Omaha Storm Chasers
One Eyed Jacks (7:30)
Sketchy Characters Productions brings you a comedy sketch and web series that plays off the madness of the French Quarter
Shadowbox Theatre (8:00 PM)
Straightforward conversational drama explores one area's gentrification through 50 years
Art Klub, 513 Elysian Fields Ave (8:00 PM)
An interactive and sparkling performance presented by Nari Tomassetti
The Little Gem Saloon (8:00 PM)
The fourth evening of a chamber music festival that has something for classical aficionados and dilettantes alike
Howlin’ Wolf (9:00 PM)
A funky two night celebration of the band’s 30th anniversary
Circle Bar (10:00 PM)
Rock around Lee Circle tonight
Facing Spectre of Eviction, Occupy NOLA Splinter Groups Show Signs of Unity
Against the backdrop of the drama that unfolded at Occupy Wall Street in New York City, an eviction threat from Mayor Mitch and a visit from Rev. Jesse Jackson, the public glare was once again cast on Occupy New Orleans last week. Inside the camp, the sudden return of the spotlight prompted an urgent desire for unity among the factions that have segmented themselves around Duncan Plaza.
Occupy NOLA Confronts Crime, Splinter Groups and Death
Each night after the sun goes down over the Occupy NOLA encampment at Duncan Plaza, New Orleans police closely patrols the park’s perimeter. The cops either cast searchlights on a loud ruckus that springs up from the grassy area outside City Hall, or wait for a call for help from within.
Inside Occupy NOLA
A Dispatch from Duncan Plaza
As the cold front rolled in this week, those Occupying Duncan Plaza huddled closer into smaller groups, ideologically and physically moving tents into separate clusters.
Occupy NOLA Mobilizes for March, NoDef Digs In
The plot of land outside the City of New Orleans' seat is now into her second week as occupied territory. In Duncan Plaza, across the street from City Hall, about 100 protesters have constructed a self contained tent city, and taken up residence in solidarity with the national movement that sprung from Occupy Wall Street. Coalescing around the gazebo, which has been renamed Duncan Center, the encampment now has its own library, cafeteria, composting restrooms, amphitheater, and security force. Days are divided into working group sessions and chores that keep the space running.
Step Up to the (Human) Mic
NoDef Embeds with Occupy NOLA
Occupy New Orleans began its demonstration Thursday at noon. The group chose Orleans Parish Prison as the location to begin its march. This decision reflected the risk that some of the movement’s protestors may have ended their participation there.
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