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Today in NOLA 3.26.17

This Sunday in New Orleans, The Playmakers Theater will perform their final staging of the Tony Award-winning play “Red.” Oak Street Icon Jamie Galloway will be celebrated at the fifth annual crawfish boil commemorating his life. Wonderland Studios is hosting the LGBT Spring Fest, and Audubon Park will play host to the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. On this day in 1804, the Louisiana Purchase was divided into the the District of Louisiana and the Territory of Orleans. Now, more to do around town.

Life & Legacy of Jamie Galloway Will Be Celebrated at Annual Crawfish Boil

The life of beloved musician and chef Jamie Galloway will be celebrated at Maple Leaf Bar this weekend, with an annual crawfish boil and street party commemorating the fourth anniversary of his passing at the age of 41-years-old.

Jamie Galloway, Beloved Musician and Chef, Passes at 41

James ‘Jamie’ Galloway III, a musician and chef beloved on Oak Street, died Friday. He was 41. From Baton Rouge to the Riverbend people are turning to one another to remember and honor their friend, who was known for his big heart and gentle, loving personality.

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