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Today in NOLA: 9.2.14

New Orleans has a new home for college football: Tulane celebrates the official opening of Yulman Stadium today. The team play their first game in their new home this Saturday against Georgia Tech. Get a taste of the history of New Orleans’ most venerable restaurants at the Louisiana State Museum, tonight and Thursday only. And it’s time to space out: Hawkwind’s Nik Turner saxes it up at Siberia tonight. Click through for more events and free punk rock tonight:

Today in NOLA: 8.21.14

How bad is Grandma’s Boy? Find out tonight, when the Joy Theatre screens a film loathed by critics but loved by audiences. If you hate it, don’t worry—they’ll make it up to you afterward with a live performance from Groovesect. Top 40 pop-rock superstars OneRepublic play the Lakefront Arena, while underground noise rockers Whores play Siberia. Tonight’s picks could not be more polarized. Get the details:

Today in NOLA: 7.31.14

July winds down this Thursday evening. Will you end the month peacefully with Ole Man River Band at the Botanical Garden, or go out with a bang when punk band Flesh Lights hit Saturn Bar? Christopher Shinn’s award-winning play Dying City wraps this weekend at the Shadowbox. And happy birthday to cellist Monica McIntyre, playing at Cafe Istanbul tonight. Read on for all the details tonight:

Modified Dolls Moshes for Moms & Babies

A local group that look to prove punks care just like the rest of us is set to march on Hangar13 (1511 S. Rendon St.) Friday night. The Louisiana Modified Dolls, a group of women with tattoos and piercings that raise money for a different charity each month, is throwing a benefit show for the March of Dimes at the Broadmoor spot at 10 p.m.

Today in New Orleans 5.22.13

Tonight, Trombone Shorty plays Wed. at the Square! Check out a fundraiser in the Marigny, Shakespeare in NOMA's Sculpture Garden, and more. On this day in 1992, five members of NWA rap group were arrested for “inciting a riot” outside of the Sheraton after they were denied entry into the hotel. Now, more hump day happenings. 

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