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Ogden Museum, 6-8p.m.
Tulane Stone Center’s Day of the Dead celebration featuring Rumba Buena
Blue Nile, 7p.m.
Folksy local singer-songwriter
Freret Street Publiq House, 9:30p.m.
Jazzy locals come Uptown
Today in NOLA: 10.29.14
Season is beginning which is a mixed bag. Yes, the tourists are flowing, but so is the classic New Orleans music. Rebirth is on Frenchmen for a special appearance and downtown favorite Meschiya Lake is heading uptown. There's also poetry and theatre. Plus, the Tin Men are holding their regular d.b.a. gig.
Today in NOLA: 10.28.14
Halloween is around the corner. So, tonight may be the last evening to catch some local music in a mellow vibe before the season begins in full force. Meschiya Lake will be singing her standards at the Cat. The Nile and Gasa Gasa are both offering more progressive fare this evening. For those with tired feet, there’s also comedy at the Howlin’Wolf.
Today in NOLA: 10.26.14
Tonight, the Saints hope to look good in the national spotlight as Sunday Night Football returns to the Big Easy. NOLA Comedy Hour with the New Movement takes over the Hi Ho (last week, Louis C.K. showed up for an impromptu set) and Hot 8 are in the Den at the Howlin Wolf. Sample, a dance party involving early hip hop grooves, will go down at House of Blues, and punk legend Mike Watt plays with his new group at One Eyed Jacks.
Marigny Fetes for a Cause
The Faubourg Marigny Improvement Association will let them eat cake, and storm the Bastille this weekend. Fete Marigny is returning to Washington Square Park on Sunday, October 26, for a day of Revolution-era festivities. Along with your own enjoyment, the daylong celebration will also contribute to some needed maintenance at the park on Frenchmen and Royal.
Parking Parade Remade
Behind the City's New Meters
Lovely Rita’s business is getting a makeover for modern times. Last month installation began on 1,361 new parking meters around the city. The city will be replacing 950 single-post meters, and 311 multi-box meters with a modern box. The new-fangled machines will be solar powered and touch screen enabled and will have replaced the old ones by the end of the year.
NOLA Teacher Arrested for Allegedly Sleeping with Student
New Orleans schools are in the news for reasons other than the great charter debate. A 32 teacher year old teacher at Joseph Clark High School was arrested on Thursday (10.23) for engaging in a sexual relationship with a student.
Today in NOLA: 10.23.14
With Prospect.3 about to descend upon New Orleans, Thursday is the perfect night to go visit some of the local museums in the area. Tulane University will host a gallery reception at the Newcomb Art Gallery this evening, and Ogden After Hours features a fais do-do with Ike Marr and Martin Shears. The Delta Saints will bring their “Bourbon-fueld bayou rock” to Publiq House, and Julian Benasis will bring electro- house grooves to Republic. On this day in Louisiana history, Wilson “Boozoo” Chavis was born in Lake Charles (1930).
Teen Shot to Death in Desire
New Orleans woke up to another dead teenager this morning. NOPD are investigating the fatal shooting of a 15 year old man in the Desire neighborhood. Police say that there have been 121 murders in New Orleans in 2014.
Today in NOLA: 10.21.14
Hard hitting film abounds this Tuesday, with Spike Lee’s oeuvre Do the Right Thing screening at Dillard University and Big Charity playing today and tomorrow night at the Joy Theater. Wayne Curtis discusses the journey of Edward Payson Weston across the country by foot in 1909, and indie rock band Warpaint hit the Republic along with special guest Liam Finn. On this date in 2002, former Governor Edwin Edwards finally reported to prison in Fort Worth, TX after 10 years of trials and delays.
Order in the Court: Criminal Court Judicial Candidates on the Issues
On Election Day, New Orleanians will be picking judges as well as legislators. While the Senate race has generated a national media frenzy, the judge positions have slipped under the radar making the choice a bit more difficult. Fortunately, NoDef’s friends at WYES-TV are making the choice a little easier. As part of their ongoing initiative RESHAPING A GREATER NEW ORLEANS: CRIMINAL JUSTICE, in partnership with ProjectJusticeNOLA, hey invited Criminal District Court Judge candidates to answer the following questions about court governance, efficiency, and policy.
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