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Today in NOLA: 6.14.14


Today, the Jazz and Heritage Foundation kicks off Cajun-Zydeco Festival in Armstrong Park. Plus, bargain-basement books on sale and bike riders prepare to bare all. Happy 57th birthday to keyboardist Gerard Dural. His brother Stanley Dural, Jr., AKA Buckwheat Zydeco, plays at Cajun-Zydeco Festival today! More activities this Saturday (and check the left column for more music tonight):


Bicycle Buffs Strip Down for World Naked Bike Ride


Take it off and take off! This Saturday (June 14th), the World Naked Bike Ride holds its fifth annual outing in New Orleans. Under the tagline “Bare As You Dare,” the ride is known for the nudies but also encourages all their painted and scantily clad kin to join. 


Right to Bare All?

On Walking Around Naked in New Orleans



With summer starting to make us feel like taking it all off, op-ed columnist Ms. M explores New Orleans' unique social and legal mores for heading out on the street without a stitch.


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