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How We Got The Funk
Zephyrs vs. Omaha
William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope
Daughters of Dolma
Broadway Street, 9a.m.-1p.m.
Uptown edition of the city's prime local market
Zephyrs vs. Iowa
Kermit Ruffins & The BBQ Swingers
Ruby the Rabbitfoot
Lions, Big Awesome, All People, Tare
Open Ears Music Series
Zephyrs vs. Iowa
Wednesdays on the Point
Dawn and Hawks
The Dirty Nils, Pears, High
Thursdays at Twilight
Zephyrs vs. Iowa
Friday Nights at NOMA
French Film Festival
Rolland Golden: Life, Love, and Art in the French Quarter
Kermit Ruffins & the BBQ Swingers
Grieves, Son Real
What Made Milwaukee Famous
Raising the Village
Friday Benefit to Help Lower 9th Ward Community Center in Face of Foreclosure
The Lower 9th Ward Village (1001 Charbonnet St.) is in danger of foreclosure, prompting a call for help to keep the community center open. Lil Wayne's skatepark endeavor fizzled out, leaving the once abandoned warehouse dilapidated and unsafe for use.
Dewing What He Can: Lil’ Wayne Cuts Ribbon on 9th Ward Skate Park
Hollygrove native Lil Wayne returned home today for the Isaac-delayed opening of his Mountain Dew sponsored skate park to the Ninth Ward community. The centerpiece of the “DEWeezy Project,” the park is located in the Lower 9th Ward Village, and is a cooperative venture between Brad Pitt’s Make it Right Foundation, California Skate parks, and Weezy F Baby himself.
Lil Wayne to Open Lower 9th Ward Skate Park
After showing inklings of a little more generosity toward his hometown around Thanksgiving, Lil Wayne is injecting one of his passions into an effort to give back to the Crescent City. Weezy is more into skating than rapping these days, and he's set to open an indoo skate park in New Orleans to showcase his newfound love. The Lower 9th Ward Village will house the new spot to ollie and grind, which is being designed by Make it Right Foundation architect Tim Duggan.
Afrikan Film and Arts Fest Explores Women and Children
Cinephiles are on pins and needles as the New Orleans Film Festival is set to roll out the red carpet next weekend. But, to tide us over, this weekend offers film and culture from a distinctly African American perspective at the Mississippi River 9th Ward Film and Arts Festival. Presented by New Orleans Afrikan Arts and Culture, this year's roving festival uses film to explore "youth, women and the violence they endure and overcome." Panel discussions will explore race in New Orleans as is it relates to the justice system, and global relations. And, of course, there will be music.
Mama NOLA Heading to Burning Man
This year the great unwashed masses going to Burning Man festival are going to see a 20-foot voodoo doll and temple go up in flames. “Mama NOLA” is her name, and she was designed by the New Orleans CORE team who will be representing the Gulf South region at this year's festival.
Moth Money Moth Problems
Characters USA & The Moth Unite
In an area as rich in the tradition of oral histories and storytelling as the clay beneath our feet, New Orleans is absolutely seeped in generations of lived and shared experience through spoken word. Finding roots in the preservation of history and culture through the African Diaspora, storytelling has been premiere in defining the geo-social space, vitality, and effusive value of the city; from Congo Square to the front porch.
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.
B. E. Mintz
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