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Today in NOLA 8.21.17


This Monday at around noontime, a solar eclipse will sweep across the country — do you know where you'll be to view it? From the bayou waters to the city's art museums, the possibilities are endless. Tonight, catch a horror double feature off Frenchmen. It's a comedy showdown at the New Movement, while Instant Opus returns to the Hi-Ho. Betty Who takes the stage at Republic. On this date in 1769, Governor O’Reilly arrested the leaders of a revolution that ousted Governor Ulloa. Now, more to do this Monday. 


Today in NOLA 3.29.17


This hump day, learn about climate change over cocktails at the Bartender Science Fair. Beach Boy Brian Wilson will toast the anniversary of his iconic “Pet Sounds” album, while Bar Redux will play host to a night of horror shorts. The Catahoula is offering free drinks to anyone who can perform the dance from “Napoleon Dynamite.” On this day in 1962, the Archbishop ordered New Orleans’ parochial schools to desegregate. Now, more to do this Wednesday. 


Today In NOLA 9.27.15


Today in New Orleans, watch Big Trouble in Little China at Prytania or catch Guidance at Zeitgeist. Marigny Opera House is hosting its Sunday Musical Meditation featuring Hanna Yim, and it’s day three of the NOLA Horror Film Fest. On this day in Louisiana history New Orleans streetcar employees went on strike, demanding 8-hour days and a $.25 cent/hr. minimum wage (1902) and Lil Wayne was born (1982). Now for all of today's feats:


Today In NOLA: 9.25.15


Happy Friday! Today in New Orleans, there are many ways to celebrate the arrival of the weekend. Catch the cult classic, Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Prytania. If you’re not too afraid, it’s the first day of the NOLA Horror Film Fest, and Zeitgeist is screening creepy Canadian film, Hellions. Dumpstaphunk and Sexual Thunder are playing at the Howlin’ Wolf. On this day in history, frequent New Orleans visitor William Faulker was born (1897), and the Superdome reopened for the first time since Federal Flood for the game against the Atlanta Falcons. During the game, Steve Gleason infamously blocked the punt that immortalized him, and gave fans a redemptive rallying point (2006). Now back to today:


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