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Today in NOLA 6.26.17


This Monday, learn the basics of alternative medicine, enjoy the special sound that is children’s choir, get rowdy at Hi-Ho, or celebrate the start of a new month with Tasche. On this day in 1910, the St. Roch Playground, the third oldest playground in the city, was opened. Now, more ways to shake off that case of the Mondays. 


Today in NOLA 6.22.17


This Thursday, bask in the sweet sounds of the Reid Poole Trio, enjoy the beauty of the written word, celebrate art the old fashioned way or experience a multimedia art show. On this day in 1907, New Orleans jazz brass band leader and trumpeter Ernest "Doc" Paulin was born. Now, more about today's goings-on. 


Today in NOLA 6.5.17


Today, witness five artists compete for the chance to win five grand, cure your Monday blues with Tasche or the Porter Trio, or step outside of your cinematic horizons at Café Istanbul. On this day in 1991, Harry Connick Jr’s album “20” which was recorded in his 20th year, was certified as a Gold Record.


Today in NOLA 5.28.17


Sunday, the day of rest…but not if you’re in New Orleans. Today, catch a new contemporary music series, revel in the lovely sounds of Erykah Badu’s musical skills, find your new favorite Fleetwood Mac remix or step back in time with some roots styled tunes. On this day in 1910, Page Mercer Baker, journalist and active participant in in the struggle to free the state from radical rule, as well as one of the founders of the New Orleans Herald, passed away in New Orleans.


Decadence Daily: 9.06.15


Southern Decadence is peaking today. In the afternoon, all eyes will be on the annual walking parade. But, once the sun drops the real party gets going. Underwear Disco Dance, The Block Party, and a bear bash are just a few of the offerings. Click through for the details.


Decadence Daily: 9.05.15


Southern Decadence is in full blast and the scene at Bourbon and St. Ann is like a neon rainbow on acid. However, there is plenty to do beyond the official events on the Lavender Line. All over downtown, bars are hosting parties, dancers, and lots of divas. Click on through for today’s list.


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